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anirudha24.d
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Posted - 08/13/2013 :  05:54:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi ,
I have set SQL server performance condition alert with details as follows:
Object : SQL Server:Databases
Counter : Percent Log Used
Instance : My database name
Alert If counter : rises above >25
Delay between responses 10 minutes.

Please let me know what action should I take so that I did not get this alert again
Hard drive where transaction log is saved have enough space.
Database backup type is Full

What I want to ask is How can I find out why I started getting alert suddenly. My database full backup schedule on Sunday ,differential backup scheduled daily and transaction log backup daily after 10 min. Where should I check to find out the cause of the issue. Auto growth property is set to 5120 MB and restricted to 86000 MB. All backups like Full,daily,transaction log backup are taking place correctly . My transaction log backup size is 1.08 MB ,Differential backup size around 8 GB . From last Sunday I started getting alert . Till that there were not alert. One more thing I would like to mention that I am also taking backup for TempDB. TempDB log file size is 5 GB. Is it the reason the alert

Thanks & Regards,
Anirudha D Deshpande

Edited by - anirudha24.d on 08/16/2013 01:08:50

bandi
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Posted - 08/13/2013 :  06:39:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
May be try by increasing risesAbove counter as well as Delay Time

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Chandu
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