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database ’PMDB10’ is full. Error code PRMDB-2035-6

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While working on P6, following error code pop on screen.

PRMDB-2035-6: PRM DBAccess Error: Database Server Error: The log file for database ’PMDB10’ is full. Back up the transaction log for the database to free up some log space.

What does that mean. I hav asked tat on POINT, but it may take few days to get reply from them.

help plz

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There’s a primavera bulletin on this

Check solution No. 200363104250

U need to shrink the log file

Cheers,
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Thanks Dieter,

I thought it’s a error from my side. But, apparently, Admin has completed the required things.

Thnaks Neway, for the help

Cheers,
Dieter Wambach
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Raviraj
This is an item for your Database Admin. All db systems have a log-file to do a rollback (into a certain stable status) in case of crash or other difficulties or simply an "undo".
"Full" in general can have those reasons:
1. Server run too long time without stop and restart (MS SQL Server)
2. Technical problems e.g. network not stable --> many retries or a technical equipment within the network damaged
3. Wrong parametrization of the database
4. If you have an interface to e.g. SAP: program error.

P6 shouldn’t be the reason.

Good luck!
Dieter