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Jet error 49 Windows NT4

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Hello,

Not sure if this is the correct group for this post, but here goes.

I have an NT4 PDC acting as a file and print server.
No other applications installed on it.
With over 300MB on the System partition.

I'm getting a very strange error message, as shown

((260) ) The database engine is rejecting update operations due to
low free disk space on the log disk.

It's event ID is 49 and the source is JET.

I've been unable to find any reference to this error anywhere, tried
Google, TechNet and I'm at a bit of a loss.

Any pointers would be much appreciated.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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an******@croftplc.com (Anthony Paul) wrote:
Not sure if this is the correct group for this post, but here goes.

I have an NT4 PDC acting as a file and print server.
No other applications installed on it.
With over 300MB on the System partition.

I'm getting a very strange error message, as shown

((260) ) The database engine is rejecting update operations due to
low free disk space on the log disk.

It's event ID is 49 and the source is JET.


Presumably this error is in the Event Log? Now there are rumours that a slightly
different version of Jet is used in various portions of the Windows NT OSs and
Exchange Server. But the Access people don't know anything about this. I'd suggest
posting your question in an Windows NT 4 newsgroup.

Tony
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Nov 12 '05 #2

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tt****@telusplanet.net (Tony Toews) wrote in
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an******@croftplc.com (Anthony Paul) wrote:
Not sure if this is the correct group for this post, but here
goes.

I have an NT4 PDC acting as a file and print server.
No other applications installed on it.
With over 300MB on the System partition.

I'm getting a very strange error message, as shown

((260) ) The database engine is rejecting update operations due
to
low free disk space on the log disk.

It's event ID is 49 and the source is JET.


Presumably this error is in the Event Log? Now there are rumours
that a slightly different version of Jet is used in various
portions of the Windows NT OSs and Exchange Server. But the
Access people don't know anything about this. I'd suggest posting
your question in an Windows NT 4 newsgroup.


When the event log fills or exceeds available disk space you get
this error, because the event log is stored in a Jet MDB.

The solution is to free disk space on the system drive. This
usually most easily accomplished by moving the swap file to a
different partition.

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David W. Fenton http://www.bway.net/~dfenton
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