How to develop a tool for conversion the database from sybase to sqlserver
Hello.....this is sudeep from india...i need to Develop a tool to process the data migration procedure. This tool must be able to migrate databases from Sybase to SQL or Sybase to Oracle or SQL to Oracle or vise-versa.
please give me the detail solution ..........
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If your database log gets filled. You can alter the log size if required in future too. If the log suddenly got filled and it is not occuring everyday then you have to find which query causing the log filled by executing the below
select * from syslogshold where dbid=db_id("your db name")
find out the spid and then run sp_showplan and dbcc sqltext for the particular spid and then decide upon the query whether you can stop(kill the process) it or allow it run by increasing the log space.
Be careful in production environment. Don't it kill any process without confirmation of user.
If the same query is running everyday and log is getting fill everyday then you can alter the database log space with proper approval.
If the same query is running everyday but today only log space got fill then check the growth of data decide accordingly log size of your database.