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Hello -
If sometime prior I use sp_dboption to set 'trunc. log on chkpt' on a database. Is their a "point and click" way to check that this option is set OR do I have to run a query in Management Studio?

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Not AFAIK. Why would you want to do this anyway? This option can do bad things to your DB environment.

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I think you can't, did you check, right click on the database and select "properties" I advise you against it, you will result in database that can't recover to the latest transaction in case of database crush.

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Truncate log on checkpoint is a deprecated option (has been since SQL 2000 I think) and will be removed in a future version. The replacement is to use the recovery models, simple if you want the log to auto-truncate and you don't need point-in-time recovery or full or bulklogged if you do need point-in-time recovery and intend to manage the log yourself.

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GilaMonster (6/14/2009)
Truncate log on checkpoint is a deprecated option (has been since SQL 2000 I think) and will be removed in a future version. The replacement is to use the recovery models, simple if you want the log to auto-truncate and you don't need point-in-time recovery or full or bulklogged if you do need point-in-time recovery and intend to manage the log yourself.

Right. My bad, for some reason I read "Truncate" but I think "Shrink" even though I know darn well that they are not at all the same. :-(

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can u run sp_helpdb 'db name' and provide us recovery model of ur db
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