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Old June 20th, 2003, 01:21 PM
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Default How to compress a Database ?

I have a Database of 500 MB. It is giving me problems with the Server Owner.
What can you recomend me. How can i compress this Database?
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what is the size of the data file(s) (.mdf) and what is the size of the log files (.ldf)?

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the size of the .mdf is 204.800 kb and the .ldf is 23.104 kb
 
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and where is the rest of 300MB? by '204.800 kb' you mean '204800 kb' right?

i thought you had expendable log files wich you could delete, but it seems that the log file is pretty small. sorry i can't help you :(





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