Making copies of data which may be restored after a data loss event or to recover data from some earlier point in time.

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Archive a single giant table from a SQL 2008 database - filegroup backup?

I have an extremely large table (400GB data size, inside a 2.5TB database) that is no longer needed. Before we drop it, however, our client contract says we need to archive it to tape in case in needs ...
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How to prevent SQL Log from being too full

I have a database that generate a huge amount of transaction per seconds, something like 50-100 transactions/second. Because of this, the log files grows very quickly. The thing is though, that even ...
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PostgreSQL continuous archiving - use snapshot for base backup on AWS?

I'm new to AWS and PostgreSQL admin and have been poring over the docs trying to come up with a good backup strategy for a fairly simple setup. I have a single Amazon Web Services EC2 instance that ...
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Decrease WAL file size for backup

I'm setting up a backup strategy based on WAL files archiving and transmission via rsync. As DB activity will propably be very low (less than 100 inserts/updates/deletes per day), at least in the ...
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Backup Restore Procedure error SQL Server 2008 R2

We use a stored procedure to do a backup and restore of databases as a copy function. This allows our front end users to spin up sites from pre created template databases. Lately we've been getting ...
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What synchronizes two delayed replicas, which is part of the replica set, included in sharded cluster?

Please take a look at my mongodb map at http://postimg.org/image/krzvmep4d/ What synchronizes two delayed replicas, which is part of the replica set, included in sharded cluster? How can I use my ...
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DB2 - Archive Mode - on what values to set LOGPRIMARY,LOGSECOND,LOGFILSIZ?

we must set our database from CIRCULAR to ARCHIVE mode in order to enable ONLINE backups. Backups will be done every 1 day. Database is now almost 30GB. Database grows approximately 1GB per month. ...
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What are the primary architectural differences between the backup formats of some of the more common RDBMS' and what advantage do they serve?

Of the systems with which I am familiar, I have noticed that SQL Server's native database backup format is binary and proprietary. PostgreSQL and MySQL allow for a simpler approach, dumping the ...
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DB2 Online Restore but Without Roll Forward?

I read a lot of documentations for db2 restore but I could not find how to perform online restore from the last database backup but without roll forwarding of logs? I will appreciate command ...
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MySQL Point in Time Recovery For Just a Single Schema?

Is it possible to simply restore a single schema and bring it to a point in time (Say three hours ago) without bringing the entire database back? I can think of a lengthy method of backing up each ...
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Where can I learn about MySQL master/slave, master/master, or clustering setups?

What are the best resources you've read or watched about setting up master/slave or clustering for database replication? I don't know much about this. I have a database that is getting rather large ...
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Problem with View When Restoring a MySQL Backup

I have a database (InnoDB) with some tables, views and routines... Periodically I do a backup using the command line: mysqldump -u user -ppassword --routines db_name > backup.sql But I have a ...
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Which files in the “MySQL-5.0.27-win32” folder do i need to backup?

Ok, I am using a pretty old MYSQL "mysql-5.0.27-win32" and the file and the structure maybe different from the latest Mysql (mysql 7). Here is the current structure of of mysql-5.0.27-win32: In ...
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How to do point in time recovery of binary log files into .sql file

I have written a shell script to do an incremental backup of MySQL database. For point in time recovery I'm using the binary logs generated in /var/lib/mysql directory. For point-in-time recovery, Im ...
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Mysql Incremental Backup and point in time recovery

I'm writing a shell script using the concept of binary logs for point in time recovery. Now, the scenario is such that a full-backup will happen every alternate day and Incremental backup should be ...
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How to run a cold backup with Linux/tar without shutting down MySQL slave?

I run the following before tar-ing up the data directory: STOP SLAVE; FLUSH TABLES WITH READ LOCK; FLUSH LOGS; However, tar will sometimes complain that the ibdata* and ib_logfiles* files are ...
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“Backup mysql database by copying the data file even when MYSQL server is running” solution! Is there any problem for this backup solution?

I am using MYSQL-5.0.27 I have 2 exact same MYSQL folder "mysql-5.0.27-win32". One in the Virtual Private Server (VPS) & the other in Local PC. At the beginning, these 2 folders are exactly the ...