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how to shrink the logfile of the database who is configured in replication?
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A Google search with your exact words produces lots of results.
http://www.google.it/search?q=how+to+shrink+the+logfile+of+the+database+who+is+configured+in+replication

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how to shrink the logfile of the database who is configured in replication?


Exactly the same way you shrink a log file for a DB that isn't replicated. DBCC ShrinkFile.



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