Shrink (mengurangi) SQL Log File

Ini script untuk shrinking log file MSSQL server, didownload dari Sql Server Magazine :

use master
go
if object_id( ‘sp_force_shrink_log’ ) is not null drop proc sp_force_shrink_log
go
create proc sp_force_shrink_log
/*
*************************************************************
Name: sp_force_shrink_log
Description:
Shrink transaction log of the current database in SQL Server 7.0.
Switch context to proper db to execute.
Usage: exec sp_force_shrink_log , , ,
exec pubs..sp_force_shrink_logAuthor: Andrew Zanevsky, AZ Databases, Inc., 12/25/1999, v5 – 08/18/2000
zanevsky@azdatabases.com

Input Params:
————-
@target_percent tinyint. default = 0. Target percentage of remaining shrinkable
space. Defaults to max possible.
@target_size_MB int. default = 10. Target size of final log in MB.
@max_iterations int. default = 1000. Number of loops (max) to run proc through.
@backup_log_opt nvarchar(1000). default = ‘with truncate_only’. Backup options.

Output Params:
————–

Return:

Results:
———

Locals:
——–
@err Holds error value

Modifications:
————–

*************************************************************
*/
@target_percent tinyint = 0,
@target_size_MB int = 10,
@max_iterations int = 1000,
@backup_log_opt nvarchar(1000) = ‘with truncate_only’
as
set nocount on

declare @db sysname,
@last_row int,
@log_size decimal(15,2),
@unused1 decimal(15,2),
@unused decimal(15,2),
@shrinkable decimal(15,2),
@iteration int,
@file_max int,
@file int,
@fileid varchar(5)

select @db = db_name(),
@iteration = 0

create table #loginfo (
id int identity,
FileId int,
FileSize numeric(22,0),
StartOffset numeric(22,0),
FSeqNo int,
Status int,
Parity smallint,
CreateTime datetime
)

create unique clustered index loginfo_FSeqNo on #loginfo ( FSeqNo, StartOffset )

create table #logfiles ( id int identity(1,1), fileid varchar(5) not null )
insert #logfiles ( fileid ) select convert( varchar, fileid ) from sysfiles where status & 0x40 = 0x40
select @file_max = @@rowcount

if object_id( ‘table_to_force_shrink_log’ ) is null
exec( ‘create table table_to_force_shrink_log ( x nchar(3000) not null )’ )

insert #loginfo ( FileId, FileSize, StartOffset, FSeqNo, Status, Parity, CreateTime ) exec ( ‘dbcc loginfo’ )
select @last_row = @@rowcount

select @log_size = sum( FileSize ) / 1048576.00,
@unused = sum( case when Status = 0 then FileSize else 0 end ) / 1048576.00,
@shrinkable = sum( case when id < @last_row – 1 and Status = 0 then FileSize else 0 end ) / 1048576.00
from #loginfo

select @unused1 = @unused — save for later

select ‘iteration’ = @iteration,
‘log size, MB’ = @log_size,
‘unused log, MB’ = @unused,
‘shrinkable log, MB’ = @shrinkable,
‘shrinkable %’ = convert( decimal(6,2), @shrinkable * 100 / @log_size )

while @shrinkable * 100 / @log_size > @target_percent
and @shrinkable > @target_size_MB
and @iteration < @max_iterations begin
select @iteration = @iteration + 1 — this is just a precaution

exec( ‘insert table_to_force_shrink_log select name from sysobjects
delete table_to_force_shrink_log’)

select @file = 0
while @file < @file_max begin
select @file = @file + 1
select @fileid = fileid from #logfiles where id = @file
exec( ‘dbcc shrinkfile( ‘ + @fileid + ‘ )’ )
end

exec( ‘backup log [‘ + @db + ‘] ‘ + @backup_log_opt )

truncate table #loginfo
insert #loginfo ( FileId, FileSize, StartOffset, FSeqNo, Status, Parity, CreateTime ) exec ( ‘dbcc loginfo’ )
select @last_row = @@rowcount

select @log_size = sum( FileSize ) / 1048576.00,
@unused = sum( case when Status = 0 then FileSize else 0 end ) / 1048576.00,
@shrinkable = sum( case when id < @last_row – 1 and Status = 0 then FileSize else 0 end ) / 1048576.00
from #loginfo

select ‘iteration’ = @iteration,
‘log size, MB’ = @log_size,
‘unused log, MB’ = @unused,
‘shrinkable log, MB’ = @shrinkable,
‘shrinkable %’ = convert( decimal(6,2), @shrinkable * 100 / @log_size )
end

if @unused1 < @unused
select ‘After ‘ + convert( varchar, @iteration ) +
‘ iterations the unused portion of the log has grown from ‘ +
convert( varchar, @unused1 ) + ‘ MB to ‘ +
convert( varchar, @unused ) + ‘ MB.’
union all
select ‘Since the remaining unused portion is larger than 10 MB,’ where @unused > 10
union all
select ‘you may try running this procedure again with a higher number of iterations.’ where @unused > 10
union all
select ‘Sometimes the log would not shrink to a size smaller than several Megabytes.’ where @unused <= 10

else
select ‘It took ‘ + convert( varchar, @iteration ) +
‘ iterations to shrink the unused portion of the log from ‘ +
convert( varchar, @unused1 ) + ‘ MB to ‘ +
convert( varchar, @unused ) + ‘ MB’

exec( ‘drop table table_to_force_shrink_log’ )
go
if object_id( ‘sp_force_shrink_log’) Is Null
select ‘sp_force_shrink_log Not Created’
else
select ‘sp_force_shrink_log Created’
go

Moga bermanfaat.

2 thoughts on “Shrink (mengurangi) SQL Log File

  1. Pingback: Mengurangi/Menghapus Log File pada SQL Server 2000 « Berusaha Tuk Berbagi

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