SQL Server databases consist of two physical files types; the data file in which the data and the database objects such as tables and indexes are stored, and the transaction log file in which SQL Server stores records for all transactions performed on that database. SQL Server transaction log contains metadata about the recorded transaction, such as the transaction ID, the transaction start and end time, the changed pages and the data changes. Read more about Managing SQL Server transaction logs from Ahmad Yaseen,
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