Reloading a database from a backup, typically for disaster recovery, or to make a copy of a database onto another server.

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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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Upgrade SQL Server 2000 engine

I have SQL Server in which I need to upgrade and restore a .bak file Server 1: Microsoft SQL Server 2000 - 8.00.194 (Intel X86) And by requirements I need it to match Server 2: Microsoft ...
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SnapManager Restore Wizard Slow

I don't know if NetApp SnapManager is a niche product. But the Restore Wizard is very slow, and I was wondering if anyone else had encountered this problem. I kill the SPID after 15 minutes of ...
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SQL Server 2008 R2 Restore constantly hanging

I have a SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 test server that I have to refresh the databases on fairly often, but every time I have to do a restore on, it will hang on me. I use a custom script to check the ...
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mysql restoration suddenly became slow

Recently I reinstalled couple of servers from Ubuntu to RHEL. I was having problems in restoring the mysql database from the dump file. I modified the below parameters in the /etc/my.cnf file. ...
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DB2 LOAD: Poor performance while loading table with large BLOBs

I need help regarding LOAD-command with BLOBs. I notice very poor performance while loading a table which contains large BLOBs. While tracing the OS, I only have about 15MB/sec I/O-speed. But in ...
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PostgreSQL: After restoring data, unable to use Views (permission denied)

I'm attempting to get a PostgreSQL environment running locally. I'm using 9.2.8, and have restored data from a backup made by the DBA of the production environment. The restoration worked fine ...
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Restore large MySQL dump thorugh EasyPHP

I am trying to upload large files on easyphp but as there is limitation on this software and large databases cannot be uploaded. Is there some other software that allows to import large databases? ...
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Partial restore of Progress DB

I have progress .bup files for my databases The environment I am restoring too has less space and because I have no control over this environment I wish to make the databases smaller. To do this I ...
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mysql restore from data directory

I recently asked a question regarding the restoration of a pretty huge (around 300 to 400 GB) mysql database and got some nice suggestions as seen here. Now, I have backed up the data directory of ...
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Equivalent SQL Server's Backup COPY ONLY in DB2

In, DB2 when you have a recovery strategie, you have a Full backup, then some deltas or incrementals in between. They are creating based on the previous full (first delta, or any incre. ...
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mysql database restore takes long time

I am in the process of reinstalling a Ubuntu server to rhel6 server. I have a pretty huge database. When I checked the mysql data directory size, it was around 354 GB. However, I dumped the entire ...
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Backing up file groups with restore to earlier backup

I have a task: I have created a database with a filegroup lamb that has a few tables. I need to extract a csv into a table in a filegroup named lamb and back up that filegroup. Then extract another ...
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Can't restore mysqldump database backup in Ubuntu 12.04

I'm trying to restore a database backup created using mysqldump. If I do: $ mysqldump -u ROOT -p DATABASE_NAME < DATABASE.SQL the database remains empty, even though I get some screen output ...
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ibdata1 corrupted, recover from ib_logfile?

A failing hard drive have left me with a corrupted ibdata1 file. I know where the file starts but not where it ends. The hard drive recovery software claims the file is larger than the hard drive ...
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Backup of database X on SQL Server 2008 on server A - restore to SQL Server 2012 database Y on server B

I want to copy a SQL Server 2008 database to SQL Server 2012 with a different database name. Took a backup of 'production' and copied it to the SQL Server 2012 machine. Created a new SQL Server 2012 ...
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SQL Server 2005 Restore Backup Status Recovery Pending

So at work something dreadful happened a database server went down and I am having an issue recovering one of our databases from our backups. When I try to restore from a backup using SQL Management ...
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Restore mysql from database snapshot

I have a folder containing the snapshot taken from a database. They are all in the format organisation_product_tablename.sql. How can I restore them back into the database? EDIT 1: I managed to ...
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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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Oracle XE Backup Restore Problem

I have a Oracle XE 11g on Windows 7. I try to backup my database and restore it. First, i backup my database with running backup.bat script which is in ...
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Better way to restore to existing pg database

We want to restore to an existing 9.3 pg database. What we ended up doing was: 1) delete the database and recreate again, 2) use pg_restore to restore. 3) reboot the ubuntu server to allow rails ...
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Restoring differential backup creates DEFUNCT log file?

Here is my problem. I'm trying to move a database to a new server via a full restore, then cutover with a quick differential backup/restore. I can do a full restore without a problem, but when ...
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Restore postgres in command line on ubuntu failed

This question may be asked many times. We are trying to move a postgres db from windows (psql 9.3) to ubuntu runing postgres 9.3. Here is what we did: In windows, create backup for db cis with ...
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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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SQL Server FILELISTONLY command providing incorrect logical database name

When using RESTORE FILELISTONLY to restore a database using code the logical_name for the files is coming back as 423. However when I do a manual restore of the database the logical file name appears ...
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Postgres database dump and restore on different database [closed]

I have two Postgres databases on the same server, which have the same schemas. The goal is to have DB1 as the production and DB2, as the database that will receive all the data that is migrated from a ...
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media family on device is incorrectly formed. SQL Server cannot process this media family

I am trying to restore a .BAK in SQL server but get the following error: Msg 3241, Level 16, State 7, Line 1 The media family on device 'c:\glyn\JA.bak' is incorrectly formed. SQL Server cannot ...
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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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Restore a backup from SQL Server 2008 R2 to SQL Server 2014 [closed]

How can I restore a backup from an earlier SQL Server 2008 R2 version to SQL Server 2014? The error I get is 38: reached the end of file although the file is not corrupted. Thank you.
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How to restore a database from a .bak file to an existing database via GUI? [closed]

How can I restore a database from a .bak file to an existing database via the GUI instead of using the commands? Will the database be inconsistent if I restore a previous backup and what will happen ...
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Restoring database from a server that uses data compression

In our environment our production server is using MS SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition. We have a development and test server that runs MS SQL Server Standard Edition and the table structure between ...
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Database Backups of 2GB+

I have a forum which is growing way faster than I could imagine, and my site has been a target for DDoS attacks, NTP attacks, and a bunch of hacking attempts. I am starting to worry that there may be ...
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How to attach an .mdf file that was not properly detached?

One of our clients had a SQL Server 2000 database, on a system which is no longer running. They have no idea what was in the database. They have given me the .mdf and .ldf files, and want us to ...
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New SQL Server 2008 instance, load old instance DB's

BACK STORY: I'm a developer with a local instance of SQL Server 2008 on my workstation. I just recently upgraded my motherboard and found out (much to my dismay) the old motherboard's RAID drivers ...
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Recovering a partial PostgreSQL archive

I have $PGDATA/base but nothing else. It was taken from an installation after the postgreSQL service was shutdown, so is clean. Is there any way to recreate the other elements in $PGDATA that allow ...
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Fastest way to create local copy of live InnoDB MySQL database?

We have a MySQL database (InnoDB) on our live Ubuntu 12.04 server which has grown quite large (25gb+). Every month or so we need to copy this database to our development machines to work on locally. ...
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Slow performance of remote restore

Over the weekend, I was participating in a DR test. On the database side, that meant restoring backups from the production system to the DR system. What struck me as odd about the performance of the ...
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MySQL wont start after abnormal shutdown

I had an abnormal shutdown of the server, when I started it again I get this errors. If I remove ibdata1, ib_logfile0, ib_logfile1 its starts, but the databases aren't there...I can't restore a ...
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Discover the original OS of a datafile from a oracle backup

I have just been awarded with the task of recovering a oracle database with some given datafiles. However, nobody knows from which OS this backup comes from. I have an AIX box to make the recover. Is ...
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Restoring a SQL Server 2008 R2 backup on SQL Server 2005

I'm getting an error whenever I restore a testing database on SQL Server 2005 that was backed up from SQL Server 2008 R2. It seems that I cannot restore from a higher version of sql onto lower ...
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Database Backup from 2008 R2, Restore on 2012 Failover Cluster Instance

I have a production database server having sql server 2008r2. This is an old server and considering our load, we are moving to a better hardware configuration, Now the new environment is a cluster ...
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RDS did not restore to a specific point-of-time on my MySQL instance. Why did that happen?

I'm using a MySQL 5.6.13 instance on RDS and accidentally wiped all the data in it (something like 2.5GB). I used the restore to point-in-time feature to recover all the data and it only recovered the ...
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What is the easiest way to use a SQL Server backup to retrieve just a few rows?

I need to manually retrieve a few rows from a SQL Server 2008 database backup. Normally I create a new database, restore the database backup to the new database, and run my queries. The database is ...
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SQL Error while restoring big database in Mysql

I have successfully created a MYSQL dump on RHEL 6 machine. The dump file is having 40 GB. When I try to restore it in an UBUNTU machine I got this error.
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Verify mysqldump backup is corruption free

We've got a cron task backing up our Database using mysqldump - my main concern is corruption, short of manually importing and checking the backups each time whats the best way to check / verify a ...
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Restoring backup from mysqldump does not remove additions

I am restoring a backup from a mysqldump and noticing that if I made additions (in the form of new tables) to the database they persist after the restore. I can go back in and remove those tables to ...
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mysqlbinlog failing with “ ERROR 1032 (HY000) at line 48: Can't find record in `` ” Error

I am facing some issue with PITR restore using mysqlbinlog . It is failing with the following error . # mysqlbinlog mysql-bin.000035 | mysql -u root -p db Enter password: ERROR 1032 (HY000) at ...
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Can you restore log file backups to a mirror database after failure?

Purely a theoretical question as I've been considering possible DR scenarios... In this scenario: The link between a principle and a mirror server becomes unavailable for a period of time (e.g. ...
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Create database before restore multiple files

I've several database, most of them have multiple files (both data and logs) and multiple diff and trn backups. I've already a restore script (scheduled and working on other server) that takes all the ...
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Restore the latest backup on the database

We have a stored proc which takes the backup from a database to the specified location. Sometimes the backup process runs more than once. It causes having more than one backup set on the same file ...