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Stop particular event logging in SQL Server errorlog


Stop particular event logging in SQL Server errorlog

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Kumar-386306
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Hi,

I need to stop a particular event "Error: 1105, Severity: 17, State: 2.
Could not allocate space for object 'dbo.XXX'.'XXXXX' in database 'XXXXX' because the 'PRIMARY' filegroup is full
" writing in SQL SErver errorlog.

Could you please let me know with the trace number which I need to use to stop the warning writing in SQL Server errorlog?
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I am not sure if this could be sort of any help for you

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188396.aspx
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Thanks for your reply. However I had reviewed this article before itself. but it doesn't list the trace number which need to used to this particular event
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sp_altermessage 1105 , 'with_log' , 'false'
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Perfect, it worked now. But to take the setting apply we need to restart the SQL SErver service Smile

Appreciate your help
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Why hide the fact that the error is occuring? Wouldn't fixing the error be a better solution?

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Kumar-386306
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It's for one of our local old dev servers to cut short the sql error log growth.. I dont want to do it prod server Smile
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I am testing it without restarting service.It seems working. weired.
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I tested it in SQL Server 2008R2 dev edition, may I changed the setting in the same query analyzer. I'll try with different server after changing the setting with new query window... and keep you posted
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