Truncate SharePoint Log Files for All the database in SQL Server


Truncate Log Files for All the database in SQL Server

1. Perform full backup of all your database
2. Open your SQL Management Studio

3. Click on New Query
4. Insert the code and click Execute

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SQL 2008

use master
DECLARE @Statement varchar (4000)
SELECT @Statement = ”
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘USE [?];’
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘DECLARE @Log_Logical_FileName varchar (100);’
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘SELECT @Log_Logical_FileName = rtrim(name) FROM dbo.sysfiles WHERE fileid = 2; ‘
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘ALTER DATABASE [?] SET RECOVERY SIMPLE WITH NO_WAIT;’
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘DBCC SHRINKFILE(@Log_Logical_FileName,1);’
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘ALTER DATABASE [?] SET RECOVERY FULL WITH NO_WAIT;’
EXEC sp_MSforeachdb @command1=@Statement
GO

SQL 2005

use master
DECLARE @Statement varchar (4000)
SELECT @Statement = ”
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘USE [?]; ‘
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘DECLARE @Log_Logical_FileName varchar (100); ‘
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘SELECT @Log_Logical_FileName = rtrim(name) FROM dbo.sysfiles WHERE fileid = 2; ‘
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘BACKUP LOG [?] WITH TRUNCATE_ONLY; ‘
SELECT @Statement = @Statement + ‘DBCC SHRINKFILE(@Log_Logical_FileName,1); ‘
EXEC sp_MSforeachdb @command1=@Statement
GO

Running this will truncate all your log file

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