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Could not allocate space for object 'MSmerge_tombstone' in database ' ' because the 'PRIMARY'...


Could not allocate space for object 'MSmerge_tombstone' in database ' ' because the 'PRIMARY' filegroup is full.

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Will any one please help me regarding this.

I am getting the following error, while i try to execute a delete query against a table in a database, i have checked the option of auto shrink, simple recovery model, unsrestriced growth and growth of size in terms of MB , even then i am getting the following error please help me


Could not allocate space for object 'MSmerge_tombstone' in database ' ' because the 'PRIMARY' filegroup is full.

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Look at the space on the drive where your PRIMARY filegroup resides, and filespace on drive where the tempdb files reside.

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In the past I had this issue and increasing the space allocated resolved the issue, also check your disk space.
Uncheck AUTOSHRINK! Autoshrink should not be turned on for any production databases, you do'nt want to have perf problems.
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I agree with others' inputs. You may also check AutoGrowth for databases in this filegroup.
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Hi Thanks for the reply, i have checked the option autogrowth, couldnt come out of this error. Few more sugestions or tips please
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Hi as per your sugesstion, i checked the space and it is as follows,

Size of HD remaining is 169 GB free and the all the db files stay in the same drive, even after the size free is as mentioned above.



Total Database Size
size 45011.91 MB
Space Avlbl 98.76 MB

.ldf size is 5.44 GB size on disk is 2.45 GB
.mdf file is 38.5 GB size on disk 17.2 GB
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Hi thanks for the reply,

Even i checked with increasing the filegrowth size interms of MB , earlier it was 100 MB and i made it to 200 MB even then it is not working. Can i uncheck the check box of auto shrink is it okay to do that.
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Check the space available and space on disk for the distribution database.

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Hi,

I checked the space available in the disk for database and it is as follows:


Total Database Size
size 45011.91 MB
Space Avlbl 98.76 MB

.ldf size is 5.44 GB size on disk is 2.45 GB
.mdf file is 38.5 GB size on disk 17.2 GB
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dakshinamurthy (2/26/2008)
Can i uncheck the check box of auto shrink is it okay to do that.


Absolutely. Uncheck it now. Autoshrink should never be enabled on a production server. See here for why - Autoshrink Turn It OFF

Is the distribution db set to auto grow?

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