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SQL databases percent log used > 90

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I have a MS Windows 2000 Small Business Server SP4. Inside of the administrative tools folder, there is a Health Monitor. This monitor is giving me the following Critical Message:

Percent Log used > 90.

This message falls under the SQL Databases performance counters. These fall under the Health Monitor Sample Monitors.

I have looked on the internet and have not found anything yet. I'm not sure if this is a real message in which I need to take action or if it is just a "sample". I would like to know the full meaning of the message, although I have a pretty good idea. More importantly, I would like to know the corrective action to take, if any, to alleviate this critical message. Do I need to delete log files to get the percent of logs used below 90%?

Thanks in advance for any help provided.
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