Fixing High VLF Counts

Ajay Dwivedi shares a technique for optimizing VLF counts on log files:

DBAs! I guess everyone know that huge number of Virtual Log Files (VLFs) in SQL Server can cause Backup/Restore & Database Recovery process slow. Even in rare cases, it can introduce slowness at transaction level.
https://sqlperformance.com/2013/02/system-configuration/transaction-log-configuration

Even we all are aware of it, it has been still a challenge to remove High VLF counts from SQL Server log files since it involved log of manual effort with Shrinking and re-growing the log files.

This is where my ‘Space-Capacity-Automation‘ open source project comes to your rescue. It has a parameter option @optimizeLogFiles that can help you optimize your log files by below below tasks:-

Click through to see Ajay’s technique.

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