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While taking backup of MSDB database, in report log it is showing shortage of space. actually we are...


While taking backup of MSDB database, in report log it is showing shortage of space. actually we are having 60+ Gb free space available on that drive.

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While taking backup of MSDB database, in report log it is showing shortage of space. actually we are having 60+ Gb free space available on that drive.

Please resolve the same ASAP.
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What about your other drives?
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goparaju.chandu (7/1/2009)
While taking backup of MSDB database, in report log it is showing shortage of space. actually we are having 60+ Gb free space available on that drive.

Please resolve the same ASAP.


Sorry??

If you want help, try asking. We need to see the actual error message if you want any kind of help, can't do anything based off what you have posted.

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How big is your MSDB database? Are you sure it's the MSDB backup that is causing the out-of-space condition.

Without more information, my response to a demand for an ASAP resolution would have to be:

Reply hazy, try again later.



And then again, I might be wrong ...
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Actually, I keep checking my calendar and I can't find ASAP. I can find Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; but no ASAP. ;-) w00t

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Lynn Pettis (7/1/2009)
Actually, I keep checking my calendar and I can't find ASAP. I can find Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; but no ASAP. ;-) w00t



Lynn, are you having trouble with the English language?

I believe the OP was asking the user "ASAP" to resolve the problem.



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Lynn Pettis (7/1/2009)
Actually, I keep checking my calendar and I can't find ASAP. I can find Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; but no ASAP. ;-) w00t



Keep looking, it's got to be there somewhere.
When you find it, take the day off, because there will be a lot of systems going live that day.:-)



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look for more information

1. size of msdb
2. recovery model of msdb
3. space available on the drive where you are taking backup...
4. Error message.

Once you have all in place, probably you should have the solution as well...

Good luck
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Actually, I keep checking my calendar and I can't find ASAP. I can find Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; but no ASAP. ;-) w00t



Keep looking, it's got to be there somewhere.
When you find it, take the day off, because there will be a lot of systems going live that day.:-)


<< Apologies to The Thread >>

That may be when SkyNet rises! w00t

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Actually, I keep checking my calendar and I can't find ASAP. I can find Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; but no ASAP. ;-) w00t



Keep looking, it's got to be there somewhere.
When you find it, take the day off, because there will be a lot of systems going live that day.:-)


Ahp... ASAP can't happen on Tuesdays. Hehe

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