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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Restore Oracle tablespace to 2 days before

I have multiple test tablespaces in an Oracle SID. One of the tablespace is updated with wrong data. It works fine 2 days before. I want to restore the tablespace to 2 days before. Can anyone ...
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Moving MySQL Cold Backup to Another DB Server

I am new to MySQL and want to know the info whether taking a cold backup from source and copying it onto new server with same version require any additional configurations settings to be changed. As ...
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What happens if the mysql database's innodb log files are lost?

What I did was /etc/init.d/mysql stop then removed the files: ib_logfile0, ib_logfile1 then modified my.cnf file, variable: innodb_log_file_size and then: /etc/init.d/mysql start and allowed ...
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DBCC Physical only giving Connection failure

I have a SQL server 2012 Ent DB. The hosting company is trying to setup new backup solution using Symantec Backup Exec. They have come back and said our database is corrupt because they get these ...
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Backing up the SQL Application

I have a Windows 2008 R2 server that needs to be periodically reset to a clean state. Normally I would look at creating an image of the system drive, however due to organizational reasons I cannot use ...
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What permissions do you need to take a mysql database backup via SSH?

are 'SELECT' and 'LOCK' privileges enough for a 'mysql database user' to take a full database backup via SSH? I am able to take a backup using these privileges, but unsure if I am backing up all the ...
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What methods are available to create a snapshot of an oracle database for testing purposes?

I am new to databases and have just been assigned to work with Oracle. We want to create a snapshot of the database for testing purposes that will allow us to revert back once we're done. I'm a bit ...
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pg_dump: SQL command failed

I am trying to take backup of postgresql 9.0 by using pg_dump command. command here is: cd /opt/PostgresPlus/9.0AS/bin and hit the following command pg_dump -h xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -p 5432 -U superuser ...
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Viewing the SQL of a view from a backup set

I have a full backup of my database from 4 days ago. It is a standard SQL 2008 .bak file. What I'd like to know is if its possible to view the SQL to a View that is in the database I backed up without ...
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SQL - I have just Differential backup but database exists

I have Differential backup from my database.one table is deleted.my data is lost.i create that table again but i cannot restore Differential backup because sql wants a full backup first.if i get full ...
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Thought about this SQL Server backup plan?

I just started a new job, and I'm reviewing the database maintenance plan. I've got quite a bit of experience writing SQL, but not much experience with DB administration. My last job was at a large ...
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How do I back up On Premise Microsoft SQL Server 2008 to Azure cloud

I have a 50 GB hosted SQL Server database at SoftLayer. I want to do backups to cloud storage, as the SoftLayer managed SQL Server backups are ridiculously priced. Eventually we will totally move ...
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I need help understanding Postgres's archive cleanup functionality

I'm reading http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.2/static/pgarchivecleanup.html and to me it seems like it will remove any and all WAL segments from my slave server that aren't required to perform ...
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Transaction Log maintenance when switching to Simple Recovery

Background: I recently inherited 50+ SQL Servers with 450+ databases. The nightly backups are roughly 8TB and, needless to say, we're using more disk space than we'd like. All of the databases are ...
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Backup plan for MySQL NDB cluster databse not innoDB

I have a Database which will grow more than 250GB all data is in NDB engine(2 datanodes) and no other mysql engine used for data store. What are the best approaches or plans for MySQL Cluster NDB ...
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How to do incremental/differential backup every hour in Postgres 9.1?

Trying to do an hourly hot incremental backup of a single postgres server. I have the following setup in postgresql.conf: max_wal_senders=2 wal_level=archive archive_mode=on archive_command='copy ...
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Restore SQL Server 2000 Database in use

I need to restore a SQL Server 2000 database to a backup of about 2 days ago. I have just backed it up and have tried to restore it, but it says it is in use. What is the best way to find out who is ...
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Backup headerinformation hold wrong database name

We're in the proces of preparing our migration to our new servers aswell as SQL 2012 and everything is looking fine and dandy and i'm testing some of the scripts we will be using. One of these ...
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mysql duplicate entry error 1062 when restoring backup

Sorry, I seen similar threads but I still couldn't find it addressing my issue plus, I needed some more info on this. Requirement: To create an exact replica 'db4' of an existing DB 'db3'. Procedure ...
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Does mysqldump -all-databases include all objects

Does mysqldump -all-databases include all objects ? I have to migrate all databases to new server.
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Invalid object name 'master.dbo.MSreplication_options' when restoring DB

I've tried Googling for an answer to this but have got nowhere. I have one SQL Server instance whose replication is set up to be a publisher and a distributor of FooDatabase. I have a second ...
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Is there a way to export Oracle's UNDO?

I tried exp utility to dump all database. Looks like this exports only the last version of data skipping undo log. Using flashback queries I see: 01466. 00000 - "unable to read data - table ...
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Oracle OEM Database Backup Failure

I am trying to back up an oracle database from OEM, but upon completion the job report says the job failed with the following error: RMAN-03002: failure of backup command at 07/09/2013 10:26:52 ...
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BACKUP failed to complete - with spaces, for no reason

Every day my database backup fails for some databases and does fine for others. I'm calling the backup through a Stored Procedure that runs scheduled in a job. Tonight I'm going to run the procedure ...
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Process attempted to unlock a resource it does not own

SQL Server 2005 SP4 32-Bit I have a DBCC CHECKDB job running nightly. Last night, soon after the job started, I got the errors below. The database is NOT in suspect mode, and CHECKDB comes back clean ...
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MySQL bin log missing data?

I'm trying to make heads and tails of my binary logs and am coming up short. I have many entries similar to the following from mysqlbinlog but I'm missing log data that I know should be there. # at ...
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Backup Access Database Daily/Weekly

We have a Microsoft Access database split into backend/frontend. What I am looking for is to be able to automatically backup these files on a daily or weekly basis - what is the best way to go about ...
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RMAN backup Issue ( ORA-27052: unable to flush file data )

This error comes while RMAN backup running backup pieces. Location is on an NFS share (mount point /b02). This error comes on a regular basis. The mount point has enough space. Sometimes the backup ...
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Recover data from accidental update

I have done an incorrect update and hence I restored the DB with a backup from the previous day. I have not taken a copy of the corrupted data before restoring the backup. Is there any possibility to ...
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Should my Postgres backup server be as beefy (IO, processor, RAM) as my master?

I've set up a Postgres database on a server with 2 CPU cores, 4GB of RAM and an SSD volume (on top of RAID 10 of course). This is our (sort-of) "beefy" production database server (I can easily add ...
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Set Backup Compression on SQL Server 2008R2 on by default

I can't seem to find the option to set the server property that will enable compression on SQL database backup to be ON by default, so I don't have to manually set it every time. Ca anyone point me ...
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SQL restore duration

I am trying to determine the duration of backup restore. I executed a few restore command to restore some backups located on network share drive. Here is command and summary, RESTORE DATABASE [test] ...
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Recovering from the loss of datafile in NOARCHIVELOG mode?

How do you recover from the loss of datafile if the database is running in NOARCHIVELOG mode?
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Recovering a lost datafile with no backup available

How do you recover a lost datafile if: the database is running in archivelog mode there is no backup is available
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Is it recommended to run a Oracle schema backup when there are active sessions?

I need to backup two schemas in a Production database (Oracle11gR2) that are being accessed by an application and some other systems. These schemas are quite small and exp will be used for the export. ...
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Backup not creating a new file

I run a daily backup of my database through command prompt: c:\sqlcmd -H localhost -Q "BACKUP DATABASE test TO DISK='c:\test.bak'" But the new backup replaces the previous backup. Please tell me ...
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How can I create a fresh copy of a large database on SQL Server?

I have a very large database (400GB) that is now corrupted. I tried repairing it with the repair_allow_data_loss option, but that did not fix the problem so my next option is to restore to a previous ...
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How can I dynamically back up all SSAS databases on a given instance?

I want to dynamically back up all the databases on a given SSAS instance using a SQL Agent job (which would most likely involve executing an SSIS package). It is imperative that this is a dynamic ...
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How large will the Transaction Log backup be?

I encountered a production database of 12 GB with a log of 90 GB. Full and differential database backups are made with a third-party backup tool, but no one is backing up the transaction log so it got ...
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Rackspace Cloud Databases: incremental backup

Rackspace Cloud Databases are a little bit special in that we do not have access to the bin_log file, they are not servers in the traditional sense. I do have a couple of Cloud Servers with them but I ...
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Taking backup of all the databases in SQL Server

I have a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 DB server. In the DB server, I have around 250 user databases. I have to take a back up of all these databases. Since, manually taking backup consumes lot of time, I ...
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OK to put temp tablespace on volatile storage or to omit it from backups? (Postgresql)

I would intuit that it's fine, but I just want to make sure there are no gotchas from a recovery point of view: If I were to lose my temp tablespace upon system crash, would this prevent proper crash ...
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How to restore from a backup of a very old version of DB2 (version 6.1 backup)?

I am helping a client with some legacy application that is still running DB2 6.1 on Windows 2000! I am helping them migrate to newer software/hardware infrastructure. I have a backup of the DB2 6.1 ...
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How to backup to local drive and network drive simultaneously?

I can backup to a local drive and mirror: BACKUP DATABASE [xxx] TO DISK = N'XXXX.bak' MIRROR TO DISK =N'Network path \XXX.bak' WITH INIT --directly to network drive BACKUP DATABASE [xxx] TO DISK ...
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Backup SQL Server To NAS

I have seen that there are similar questions like this but I tried all of them and my problem still exist. I want to backup a db. I created a shared folder on NAS I can reach this shared folder ...
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Backup on an empty SSAS database hangs

I created an SSIS package to iterate through all databases on an SSAS instance. It grabs the DatabaseId using AMO in a vbscript, then generates the XMLA to backup each database. Most databases ...
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How to restore IBM DB2 database from AIX to Windows?

I had made backup from remote IBM DB2 server in AIX using this command: ./db2 backup database DBEMP to /home/dbemp/backup Then I grab the backup file using FTP Client from my Windows. I run this ...
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Backup very large table

I have to update certain values of a large table (for the sake of a presumed example, it is called 'Resource' and it is over 5M rows) and thus I have to make a backup before performing the changes. We ...
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Oracle database and data has been corrupted. Is there a way to get it back? [closed]

The Oracle database has been corrupted and both the data and backups were lost in the corruption. Is there anything I can do to recover my data? It would be terrible if it were all lost.
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Backup very large table in SQL Server [duplicate]

everyone. I'm deeply sorry if this is an amateurish question, but I have to update certain values of a large table (for the sake of a presumed example, it is called 'Resource' and it is over 5M rows) ...