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Handling Tempdb space full situtation?


Handling Tempdb space full situtation?

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How can we handle the situation if the tempdb space was full?
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you need to alter the tempdb database in this case(means need to increase the size of DB) from the query analysir, in this situation you might see all the DBs would disappear. But dont worry it would come back once temp db is normal.
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The real problem is that you need to identify why it is full, first.

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TEMP DB FULL:
first know the reason why it is full then shrink the
temp db,or u can add one more temp file to that from
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We also need to know what you think "full" is... how many bytes is your TempDB?

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Is tempdb set to autogrow? If not, that might be the issue as well. One application I support makes liberal use of temp tables. A guy I knew at another company using the same app was complaining about tempdb filling up. It turned out the DBA's at that company restricted tempdb to 50MB, and refused to let it autogrow, giving some specious reason. It took months to get htem to autogrow tempdv, at which point, the issues all went away.

Rebooting the servers on a regular schedule helps as well, as tempdb gets cleaned out during the startup process.
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Heh... 50MB for a TempDB... we start our TempbDB up at 12 Gig!

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The DBA's that specified the 50MB were of the opinion that aproperly designed application doesn't need more tempdb. I was glad I didn't have to deal with them. Our tempdb's typically run 3-6GB.
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Sounds to me like an exam question or homework. Otherwise why ask for 2 different answers. I would suggest that the OP read their course material and find the answers that way... They will likely learn more that way.

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