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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Incremental MySQL restore using binlogs

I've tried to restore a MySQL database using incremental binlogs and mysqlbinlog tool but I received the following message: ERROR 1666 (HY000) at line 30: Cannot execute statement: impossible to ...
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mysql db backup excluding specific tables

Are there any mysql scripts for taking a database backup by excluding specified tables? Also, what is the best way to take backup of a running mysql system?
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Copying a restoring database in SQL Server 2012

I've got two SQL Servers, one of these servers (Server A) is backing up transaction logs on some database and uploading them to the other (Server B). Unfortunately I have no access to Server A, I ...
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Error 9001, Severity: 21, State: 1 The log for database 'DB_NAME' is not available [closed]

I have a SQL Server 2008 R2. I got a mail that the backup had failed, I opened the SQL log viewer and started browsing. And i found these two errors a bunch of times. error 1: Date ...
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Which are the minimum privileges required to get a backup of a MySQL database schema?

Which are the minimum privileges required to get a backup of a MySQL database schema? I am interested only on the schema, not on the data. Are SELECT privileges required?
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can I Run a Stored Procedure across all SQL servers and return 1 html report

I have the following set up as a sp and it runs daily. It gives me a report for each SQL cluster in my environment but what I'd like to do is configure it to run across all clusters and return 1 ...
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RMAN backup copy - read once and write many?

I am trying to find out what happens in this scenario: BACKUP COPIES 2 What actually happens in the BACKUP COPIES above? Does Oracle RMAN read the data files each time for each separate copy? ...
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selective undoing of commited transactions in PostgreSQL

I have inherited a small (<1M rows) PostgreSQL DB which contains complex business rules split across several tables. Updates are very light, reads not so heavy, but the data is extremely valuable. ...
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How to backup a running SQL Server CE database with full data?

I need to move my running windows-based app (built in C#) to another machine, but I also need to transfer the whole data, how can I take a backup from the .sdf file and use it with the new installed ...
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Database backuped, but “Last database backup” property shows bad date

I have this procedure below to backup database(procedure is in backuped database). Procedure is called by external program. Procedure runs fine, backups are created. But when I want to find out last ...
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PostgreSQL: How to backup only One Schema from a database and restore it on another server

I have a database named "A" which has two schemas "B" and "C". I want to backup and restore Schema "B" on a different server? not sure how to do this as I am new to Postgres. Do I have to create a new ...
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Error with restoring from a split .bak file with password

I am trying to restore a backup from a split .bak file[.bak_1/.bak_2/.bak_3]. The backup is password protected. So far this is what I have and I cannot seem to format in a way that does not throw me ...
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Backup/Restore File Groups SQL Server [duplicate]

I've got a database with 3 Filegroups and each filegroups own a single file, Filegroup names are Primary, SecondFG and ThirdFG. I want to backup ThirdFG separately each time without backing up the ...
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How to give a client backups of their data without compromising our database design? [closed]

The client is asking for backups of their data, however we would not like to share our database design as it may lead to a security risk... inb4: Security by Obscurity is not a valid security control ...
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How to document an archived database? [closed]

You've stored the backup file in a safe place, but what kind of info do you store with it? database type (SQL Server) compatibility level (SQL Server 2008) application name application owner ...
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Backup and truncate LDF with xp_sqlmaint

A job is backing up an LDF with the following command: EXECUTE master.dbo.xp_sqlmaint N'-PlanID <the id> -WriteHistory -VrfyBackup -BkUpMedia DISK -BkUpLog "\\server\sqlbak$" -DelBkUps 6HOURS ...
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MySQL backup InnoDB

I have a VoIP server running 24x7. At low peak hour at lease 150+ users are connected. My server has MySQL running with InnoDB engine on Windows 2008 platform. I like to take at least 2 times full ...
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Multiple backups during the night but only one instance of the maintenance plan [closed]

FIRST THING FIRST: I'm a C# developer, I'm the only person here that know how to manage an SQL server, but I met my limits on this one. Thank you in advance for your help. I'm not sure if my title is ...
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Too Many Backup Devices Specified while restoring

I have similar problem like this one http://www.sqlcoffee.com/Troubleshooting023.htm But the issue is i have setup of sql sever 2005 now i am installing same on the client's pc so the main issues is ...
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Error 3154 while restoring a backup using WITH REPLACE

I have SQL 2012 with SP1 installed on my computer. I made a backup of a database test.bak. I have a database with the name test2 which is the same database, but the data changed. I want to restore ...
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Postgres backup and WAL to S3

We are looking for a solution for the following problem: We have set up streaming replication so we have a master DB and a slave DB, we want to have basebackups and WAL files sent to our S3 storage ...
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Restore SQL Server database using Windows Powershell 3.0

I'm trying to restore a SQL Server database with a PowerShell script, but I'm having problems. Here is the error I'm getting: Exception calling "SqlRestore" with "1" argument(s): "Restore failed ...
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db2ckbkp - How to determine what tablespaces are temp-tablespace

I am writing a script to restore databases from backup. The script should need as little input as possible to fulfill this task (in an efficient way). The restore command takes the parallelism ...
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Backing up MySQL w/MyISAM on Amazon RDS

So, for various good reasons, we're maintaining a mySQL database using a MyISAM engine on Amazon RDS. I've just taken over this application, and I'm concerned we're not getting good backups, since ...
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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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MySQL Master Slave Replication and backup

I would like to implement the following backup solution as highlgihted on the mysql site: To use replication as a backup solution, replicate data from the master to a slave, and then back up the ...
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if database is not shrinked does it affect backup size?

Ok my question is simple. Lets say that when i click database and hover over shrink it says it can be reduced 1 GB space. Now when i do a backup of this database, does this space also getting added ...
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Backup in Mysql periodically

I have trouble scheduling a backup in mysql periodically, most of the tools do not recognize the geometric field, for example navicat which says Can not get geometry object from data you send to ...
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Mirroring vs. Log Shipping

The software company I work for is planning to migrating our infrastructure into the cloud. Our current focus is to find the best database replication method. Current Servers: SQL Server 2008 SE - ...
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Is SQL Server's FILETABLE suitable for storing large files (bigger than 10 GB)?

There is a project for lab. The requirement to save the lab data (raw data and related infomation ) for research for years. So the data must be saved for years, but the data is so big, every raw ...
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Restore database to a instance in network

We are creating a application which requires sql database as backend to store data. So when user install my application he chooses a sql instance and its details. There we plan to restore the database ...
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Restoring PostgreSQL 9.1.9 backup with 9.3.0 results in error [closed]

How can I resolve the following errors in 9.3.0: psql mydb < ~/mydb_2013-10-25.backup.tar results in ... ALTER TABLE ALTER TABLE ALTER TABLE ERROR: could not open file "$$PATH$$/2309.dat" for ...
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How to Fix log_reuse_wait_desc=LOG_BACKUP? LOG Backup not possible

I checked sys.databases to find out which databases need LOG backups. It surprised me that I had quite a few where log_reuse_wait_desc=LOG_BACKUP meaning, the JOB I have set up to run LOG backups on ...
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How do I move SQL Server database files?

I have a database and want to move the .mdf and .ldf files to another location. But I do not want to stop the MSSQLSERVER service, and I do not want to export to another server. How can I do this?
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pg_dump custom format between postgres versions

I was wondering how stable the custom pg_dump format is between Postgres versions. Can I for example restore a custom format dump created with Postgres 8.x in postgres 9.x? Background: I am building ...
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taking backup of database on remote server gives error

I am currently on a Ubuntu machine (IP is 192.168.1.3) I have databases here I want to export all these databases to another machine in my network I used following command mysqldump --all-databases ...
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Is it possible to change the drive that Microsoft DPM backs up to?

A while ago our sysops guys created a 15 minute transaction log backup schedule using Microsoft DPM. We often have an issue where there won't be enough space on the Log drive to perform a backup ...
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Sql Anywhere 11: Restoring incremental backup failure

We want to create remote incremental backups after a full backup. This will allow us to restore in the event of a failure and bring up another machine with as close to real time backups as possible ...
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SQL Server 2008 Database Restore Error - Cannot open backup device 15105

I am trying to restore from a backup and getting the following error Msg 3201, Level 16, State 2, Line 1 Cannot open backup device 'Z:\FULL_BACKUP.bak'. Operating system error 3(failed to ...
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Way to make differential backup from full different but from same database

I have the following situation: Our sql server is running in a cloud service. The database to be backed up have 60gb. We need to make a local copy of the database for some tests, and it need to be up ...
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How to re setup my mysql like it was with all the data

My computer had slowed down and I made an image file backup. I then reinstalled windows. How can I use the files that I have backed up to give the newly installed mysql the same data it had last time? ...
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Import from incremental backups to a new host in Oracle 11g

I am using Oracle 11g. I would like to know that whether it is possible to import from incremental level 0 & 1 backups to a new host using RMAN. If yes, how can I do that? For level 1 I am using ...
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Restoring database to UNC path on local drive

When I try to restore a database using a restore command with a local UNC path: RESTORE DATABASE [dbname] FROM DISK = N'\\PC91\D\backup.BAK' WITH FILE = 1, MOVE N'test' TO N'\\PC91\D\dbname.MDF', ...
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Is it possible to restore sql-server bak and shrink the log at the same time?

We have a bak file from a client that we have transferred to our developer offices for problem investigation. The backup is currently 25GB and the restored database is about the same size however it ...
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Backing up a 400-500 GB database on MySQL/Amazon RDS?

We have an Amazon RDS small instance for a MySQL datawarehousing database. Database size will be around 400-500 GB very shortly. What is the best way to backup our database? Can it be done ...
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Script out XMLA for all databases

I have several SSAS databases. I only want to script out the XMLA for them on a nightly basis. This will be a second tier backup in addition to the regular backups we have. How do I auto-generate ...
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Does RMAN in Oracle only copy the archive logs? What happens to the active redo log in case of failure?

If RMAN copy copies the archived redo logs when they are full, what happens to the current redo log in the event of a failure (hardware failure, etc.)? Isn't there always an active redo log that is ...
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Backup of msdb stuck in rollback

A native full backup of msdb on a SQL Server 2005 Enterprise instance (9.0.4053) deployed on a two-node Win2K3 cluster (Microsoft Windows NT 5.2 (3790)) is currently stuck in rollback. The DB is in ...
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Jobs owner schema has been changed after restore database using oracle expdp and impdb

I have taken oracle database full backup using expdp utility from 32 bit linux server. Then I have restored this full backup in 64 bit linux server and it was successfully restored. The problem what ...
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Multiple versions of SQL Server on the same development machine

I am consolidating some SQL Servers to simplify administration. I am thinking about a new VM with SQL Server 2005/2008R2/2012 each as a separate named instance on the same machine. This machine will ...