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Hi All,

I need to create a brand new db in prod and I was wondering if anybody has any recomendations for initial .mdf, .ndf, and .ldf file sizes.

Thanks.

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ALTER DATABASE <DBNAME> MODIFY FILE ( NAME = <DBLOGFILENAME, SIZE = 2 ) "

 

And I'm getting "MODIFY FILE failed. Specified size is less than current size." I tried going into the database properties and setting the log file to 2M, but it doesn€™t keep the changes.

 

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GO

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