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Configure notification in Foglight for Transaction Log growth


Configure notification in Foglight for Transaction Log growth

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SqlDBA-437129
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Hi

I was wondering if any of you have configured a Notification /Rule in foglight to send an alert on a potential filled up Transaction Log in SQl

Thanks


Jason Hall
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Foglight out of the box should notify you when any data file (mdf, ndf, or ldf) fills up. I believe that the message you get is about a non-extensible file. I don't have the rule in front of me but if you go into the rule browser and it doesn't jump out at you or doesn't do what you're looking for please let me know.

Jason


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