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Transaction Log Growing due to Pending Transaction (Replication)


Transaction Log Growing due to Pending Transaction (Replication)

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You have to use 3 commands in sequence
1) exec sp_repldone @xactid = NULL, @xact_seqno = NULL, @numtrans = 0, @time = 0, @reset = 1
2) Truncate the Transaction log
3)sp_replflush
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if you see my question, i have already mentioned the step i do...

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I have not found a solution as yet...
I am Just maintaining the Logs by using sp_repldone and then shrinkfile..
Any solutions...?
I see the 2 subscribers are continually running and these are the ones that open up the transaction(begin tran)
One more thing: This command "exec sp_executesql N'update MSreplication_subscriptions set transaction_timestamp " is running every second on the subscription database..

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MannySingh (4/9/2013)
Jeff Moden (4/8/2013)
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Anyone..


Are you doing transaction log backups?

if you check my question.. i have already mentioned the DB is in simple recovery mode, so Log backups are out of question..


My apologies. I missed that.

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The following select statement will scan fn_dblog and construct the sp_repldone statement for each individual command in the log that is marked for replication. It converts PreviousLSN and CurrentLSN into the format used by sp_repldone parameters @xactid and @xact_segno. It may be helpful in your situation:


select 'EXEC sp_repldone
@xactid = 0x'+ left(cast([Previous LSN] as varchar(22)),8)+substring(cast([Previous LSN] as varchar(22)),10,8)+right(cast([Previous LSN] as varchar(22)),4)+
', @xact_segno = 0x'+left(cast([Current LSN] as varchar(22)),8)+substring(cast([Current LSN] as varchar(22)),10,8)+right(cast([Current LSN] as varchar(22)),4)+
', @numtrans = 0, @time = 0' as 'Commands'
from fn_dblog(null,null) where Operation ='LOP_COMMIT_XACT' and [Description] = 'REPLICATE'


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