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Posted Monday, January 27, 2014 9:00 AM


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Yes, but how is release of the log records prevented?

My guess is that the information on that page you used is incorrect. But I have never worked with a replicated database in simple recovery, and I am too lazy to set up a test scenario now.


AFAIK, log reuse shows up as "replication" in Simple mode and then it's not cleared.

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