DB growth rate changed to 128%

Last Post 04 Jan 2010 03:45 PM by J013-B. 2 Replies.
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Markus_SQL
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29 Dec 2009 06:33 AM
I had a database in SQL 2005 SP2 CU8 Win2003 64 bit that in looking at the reports autoextended on 12/15 of 100mb and then yesterday extended 300gig. I have seen this before where no one changes the growth rate but something within SQL Server makes for growth rate an extremely high number. I thought there was a fix way back in SP1 or SP2 or something for that. Does anyone know anything about this or know of a fix for this?
Markus_SQL
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30 Dec 2009 11:44 AM
Yes I looked at the disk report and saw it had been growing at a 100mb growth rate as I set it at. Then, all of a sudden the other day it grew 128% and when I looked at the db setting it was like that. Of course I would never change it to that and no one else has access to do this. That is what is puzzling me. I set it back and manually grew the db 2 gig to get free space in the db. I know at some point there was a bug that was patched that did something like this. Oh well.
J013-B
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04 Jan 2010 03:45 PM
What type of replication is it?
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