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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MySQL - Backup new and modified entries only

I am developing a very huge system in Java using Hibernate and MySQL. Now, I want to automate the daily, weekly, and/or monthly replication (backing up) of the data that are stored from the database ...
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Can I use xtrabackup to import a database without altering others?

Context: Each time a demo branch is built, I want to download a copy of the prod database and setup it onto the demo server. This way under the MySQL I have X database corresponding to X demos. I ...
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Sqlserver: Get Meta-Info about TRN file

Is there any way to get the timespan of the data contained in a TRN-File? What I have: A backup of a transaction-log What I need: The timestamp of the first and the last entry inside the log ...
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Restore back up strategy for history tables

I have historical/log tables which are: very large holds data that is not rarely queried only inserts are performed (constantly, very often) I want to either compressed them or move them to ...
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Possible RMAN orphan files in backup directory

I am trying to scrape together some space in my Oracle 11g backup directory in AIX. I have deleted obsolete files using RMAN's "DELETE OBSOLETE" command, but I see many (just under 200) files dated ...
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Are ZRM (Zmanda Recovery Manager) incremental backups reliable?

I had an issue while restoring incremental backups and I'm wondering if they are reliable. I'm making weekly full backups and daily incremental backups and I needed to restore a single database after ...
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Opening a .backup file for PostgreSQL

I'm going to warn you that whoever explains this needs to talk to me like I'm five years old, because this is something way, way beyond my level of expertise. In short, I have what I think is a ...
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Extract one MySQL database from a FULL MYSQL Server backup file

I have a small shared windows server on which i'have installed MySQL 5.1 engine for hosting my user's mysql databases. I backup the complete MySQL databases each day by running this script as batch ...
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WordPress MySQL writes during “Flush Tables With Read Lock” are rejected instead of being queued

I'm running into an odd issue when setting MySQL into a brief read-only mode for backup. Reads continue fine during that "read only" minute, but writes are just rejected instead of being queued to ...
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Validate MySQL/PostgreSQL backup without running server [closed]

We have some MySQL/PostgreSQL servers that we already backed up daily. Now we want to validate those backup files to see if any corruption happens. The common way to do this task is just restore the ...
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Save and restore specific tables

in an Oracle 11.2 Database, Enterprise Edition, we are running calculations divided into 3 different "modules". These modules can be started on their own, but not parallel, so in between users are ...
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How to restore a database to the latest file in a backup set [closed]

USE ICT; GO BACKUP DATABASE ICT TO DISK = 'E:\Backup\ICT.bak' -- Verwijder dit bestand a.u.b. GO RESTORE DATABASE ICT_TEST FROM disk = 'E:\Backup\ICT.bak' WITH REPLACE, MOVE 'ICT' TO ...
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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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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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MySql backup for certain database contents

So i have a database containing custom functions and cleanup procedures and obviously content under tables which i want to back up using automating script which works but doesn't create a proper ...
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Restore from copy of SQL Server backup file produces invalid data error

We have an instance of SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 sitting in a DMZ. When I back up one of its databases to a drive local to that server, then run a RESTORE VERIFYONLY against the backup file, it declares ...
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SQL Server 2012 always-on backup, full vs copy-only

I need a quick clarification on copy-only backup vs full backup as it pertains to transaction log numbering and restore if required. I have SQL Server 2012 setup with always on for multiple ...
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Combining log shipping and regular log file backups

Following on from my earlier question, I'm trying to set up a combination of Log Shipping and database backup. What I have in place is: Log Shipping set up between my two servers, to run every 5 ...
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Windows native backups makes SQL Server think that databases backup has been done

community. I've Windows Server 2008 R2 which hosts few virtual machines. One of machines is Windows 2008 R2 server with SQL server 2008 R2 Express installed. Here's the thing: I wrote a script that ...
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MS SQL Server 2008 R2 network backup

Can MS SQL 2008 R2 backup database to a file on different network location...I've been unable to set network path for backup to other machine on local network via tasks-backup-destination.add ...
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Taking hot backup of slave node in postgres (master-slave config with repmgr)

I have a postgresql setup with master-slave configuration using repmgr. I'm struggling with taking a consistent snapshot backup (pg_start_backup) of the slave node, this is due the fact that the slave ...
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MAXTRANSFERSIZE setting causes restore to fail

I have a database that seems to be functioning fine with no apparent errors except that any full backup taken is broken - attempting a restore fails with an error "RESTORE detected an error on page ...
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SQL Backup tuning large databases

I am tuning SQL backups using compression, writing to multiple files, and changing the BufferCount and MaxTransferSize options. I have SQL instance with a 4 TB database and several smaller databases ...
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What is best strategy for backup on streaming replication(hot standby) environment

I have questions. What is best strategy for backup on streaming replication(hot standby) environment. I’d like to do backup on slave server and restore(PITR). First, I set up streaming ...
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restore could not start database

Restore failed for Server 'servername'. (Microsoft.SqlServer.SmoExtended) System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: RESTORE could not start database 'ECP'. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo) The database is ...
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How to deal with very large transaction logs in SQL Server [duplicate]

Here is my situation: I have being asked to deal with a SQL Server 2008 R2 database that has a transaction log that is several times bigger than the database itself. The database is in full recovery ...
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Difference between database dump (export) and database backup?

What is the drawback using only EXP or EXPDP command for a database dump (and considering it as a backup) instead of taking backups using BACKUP DATABASE command (via RMAN)? What is a difference ...
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MyISAM : Should I be concerned by these warnings?

I restored some tables from recent Databases backups. Because Im supporting a legacy system that only uses MyISAM tables in their DBs, for backing up I used a little script that pretty much copies all ...
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SQL Server : how to decide if FULL backup or DIFFERENTIAL

The following scenario (on SQL Server 2008 R2 and 2012 servers) A co-worker of mine restored another DB into the one our process was trying to create a differential backup for. As I am currently only ...
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PostgreSQL Complete Database Backup

I've been trying to figure out how I can completely backup my PostgreSQL database. I have not seen any resource that explains how to do a complete backup. I am aware of the pg_dump and pg_dumpall ...
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How do I backup/restore database encryption key in order to restore on new server

I am currently in the process of restoring a TDE encrypted database to another instance. I have backed up master key and certificate, and have restored them to the new server fine, but I am still ...
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How can I import “.sql” file into a new database? (using Python or even IPython)

all! I have a "bakupdb.sql" file which contains tables from a web page (created with Django) and some data (that is inserted into the tables). It's a dump back up data. I don't have anything else - ...
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MongoDB: move documents before capping

The cappedCollection concept works well for most of my projects where cleaning old data without care makes sense. For another projects, I need a more complex and safe concept. The requirement is ...
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SQl Sever Backup Exclude Users

I have a database on SQL Server 2012 that I need to backup and send to someone on a different network / domain. Is there a way to create a full backup file that will not include the users / security ...
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MySQL incremental backups per database (not global)

While searching for free/open-source MySQL incremental backups solutions I have found a number of ways to do incremental backups and all of them seem to either rely on "logical" way of backups/restore ...
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How do you mysqldump specific table(s)?

How can I dump a specific table or set of tables without including the rest of the db tables?
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ORACLE restore - how to restore specific .bkp file?

I just started working with oracle and I have some issue. My database is NONARCHIVELOG mode. I made two backups: they are at locations: ...
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Difference between Full backup and Copy-only full backup

I saw in this link that full backup does not truncate the log. So what is the difference between full backup and copy-only full backup? For the log backup there is copy-only backup which prevent the ...
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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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There is any option for mysqldump to ignore databases for backup in mysql

we have 40 databases in our server. we want to take 36 databases backup using mysqldump. how can i ignore remainig 4 databases in mysqldump command. there is any option for mysqldump to ignore ...
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Can I stop a SQL database backup after it has already started?

I am looking to do a full database backup of a SQL database in SQL Server 2008. My questions are: *Can I stop, pause, or cancel the backup after it has started if it is taking too long or slowing ...
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SQL Server: Simple database restore with overwrite

What I'm trying to do is backup one of our production databases and restore them as our dev database (overwriting what's been there). That's how I back up: backup database [authfx] to disk = ...
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Using PgBarman for PostgreSQL 9.3 backup

I'm setting up a backup strategy for a PostgreSQL 9.3 db. My job includes: take db backups every day/week/month use a Synology NAS as remote backup device I'm thinking of using Postgres ...
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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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How can I backup & restore a single FILEGROUP in Sql Server 2008

Previously, on ServerFault I asked a question about backing up and restoring a Sql Server 2008 Filegroup. Today, when I tried to RESTORE one of these FILEGROUP backups, I got the following error:- ...
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Restore script in SQL server doesn't work in W7

I need a little help with a restore process, I can't find specific help in other similar questions, sorry if my question does not correspond. I have this script in my system: RESTORE DATABASE ...
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Backup policy for Oracle 11g database in non-archive mode

My database is in non-archive mode and its size is 5 TB (monthly 200 GB increment). Currently we are taking the full backup monthly. As database growth is high, backup size and time had increased ...
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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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“WITH REPLACE” Restore failing with same logical filenames

Does using WITH REPLACE when the logical filenames match (to avoid using WITH MOVE) fail when the backup is from a different version of SQL? I have a backup from SQL 2008 but when I attempted to ...
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.bak file not visible in any directory

I have a .bak file created today by someone else, manually created through SSMS 2008 R2. I'm trying to manually restore the database, unfortunately the file isn't appearing when I go to browse it. I ...