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Creating a Database Snapshot.


Creating a Database Snapshot.

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Jose Ianuck
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Hi, friends, You were already in this situation, I need to create a database Snapshot, however in the Server doesn't have enough space in disk and, even so the database is created Snapshot usually without mistakes, somebody has some idea why this happens.

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Ian.
Alex Prusakov
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Initial snapshot doesn't need any space. Snapshot's size is growing together with data changes because snapshot includes only pages with differences. You can find details at: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187054.aspx

Alex Prusakov
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