When ever i execute a query in SQL Server 7 a file called &#039;sql.log&#039; is created which contains some thing like this,<BR><BR>inetinfo c5-cf ENTER SQLSetEnvAttr <BR> SQLHENV 00000000<BR> SQLINTEGER 201 &#060;unknown&#062;<BR> SQLPOINTER [Unknown attribute 201]<BR> SQLINTEGER 0 <BR><BR>etc. <BR>which is eating away my disk space to the tune of 30000 KB. More over it doesn&#039;t get deleted unitl i restart the machine. Just quitting the SQL 7 is of no use.<BR>Can any one suggest how to avoid this.<BR>Vijay