This article will explore suppress successful login and backups messages from the error log for SQL databases. SQL Server logs useful event information in the error log. It is a primary point of investigating any possible issues with the SQL Server, database, connections, backups, trace flags, startup parameters, recovery information. It helps to minimize the entries in this log file so that you can easily find out the relevant data.
In this article, we will explore the method to suppress successful login and backups messages in the error log for SQL databases.
SQL Server logs useful event information in the error log. It is a primary point of investigating any possible issues with the SQL Server, database, connections, backups, trace flags, startup parameters, recovery information. It helps to minimize the entries in this log file so that you can easily find out the relevant data. One option is to recycle the error log at frequent intervals so that SQL Server can process the information in a log file quickly. You should do the error log recycle as part of your SQL database maintenance activities.
Usually, SQL Server error logs filled with two kinds of events.
Whenever a new connection occurs in SQL Server, it logs an entry in the error log. In a busy OLTP system, you might get much connection every second, and it might fill your error log. Many times, we do not require these events in our error log. By default, SQL Server logs both successful and failed login messages in the error log. It is part of login auditing in SQL Server.
To view the current login audit for your SQL instance, connect to it in SSMS and open instance properties. In the instance properties, navigate to Security and check for the login auditing option as shown below.
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