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Data file Shrinking


Data file Shrinking

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Jitendra Padhiyar
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Hello Masters,

How the shrinking works? What happened when shrinking log file or DB file ? on my test db (whose actual size was 3400 MB), I went to shrink task and shrink log file and now db size is 610 MB!!

I shrink log file, than how db file shirnked ? Is it affecting any production?

In shrink action, second option is "Shrink File to" and than we have to feed some numeric value in MB, whats that factor is ? how that count is used to shrink a file?

Please if anyone can explain me it will be helpful for me to work on production.

thanks in advance.

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Is shrinking of data file, or log file can affect performance ?
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You'll find all the required info in Books Online here and here

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Jitendra,

You might want to review this URL:

http://sqlserverpedia.com/wiki/Shrinking_Databases

It provides a good oversight to concerns when shrinking your database. Hope this helps.
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