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The database is full!

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Any one can help me, how to manage this situation if the database is full.:BigGrin
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visualserge (3/9/2009)
Any one can help me, how to manage this situation if the database is full.:BigGrin


What do you mean the database is Full, is this over 4GB or you storage is going bye bye!?

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Create another database and move some of the data to that.

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Create a new database or upgrade to SQL standard edition.
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GSquared (3/9/2009)
Create another database and move some of the data to that.


Yes if your DB is 4GB this is one of the solutions, you should know that the SQL Server Express Edition doesn't allow the DB over 4GB!!

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Try changing the maximum size limitation from the database properties.
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Can you please tell me which edition you are using??????

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SQL SERVER DATABASE FULL HOW DO WE TROUBLESHOOT?
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Jonathan Mallia (3/11/2009)
Try changing the maximum size limitation from the database properties.


I'm pretty sure that's not going to work with SQL Express which has a built in limit of 4GB.

{Edit} Wow! Didn't see that this was from 2009 until it was too late.

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Just a friendly tip. Most people consider all-caps to be someonne yelling.

Back to your problem. Troubleshooting is over. You already know what's wrong. You've exceeded the limits of SQL Express.

First, check the log file and make sure that's not what's hogging all the space. Most people forget to backup SQL Express log files for FULL recovery databases.

If that's not it, then you really do have a full database and you need to do one of two things... archive some of the data so you can delete it or move some of the data to another database.

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Stop thinking about what you want to do to a row... think, instead, of what you want to do to a column.
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