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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Restore accidentally truncated table

I truncated the wrong table, but I have a backup made an hour before the incident. I am trying to restore but at 30% I get the error: Restore of database 'msdb1740' failed. (Microsoft.SqlServer....
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How to restore truncated MySQL table from binary logs?

I have a mysql server and while working on it I accidentlly truncated the wrong table. I do have a mysql dump wich I immediately used to restore my database structure, but I still miss some entries in ...
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Oracle 11g ORA-01190: control file or data file 1 is from before the last RESETLOGS

I am running Oracle 11GR2, Enterprise Edition Release 11.2.0.3.0. I got one of my Test DBs corrupted today. Luckily, I have 2 weeks of backups in the Net Backup server, so I thought, "This is easy, ...
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mysql backup does not restore complete

I have big mysql database back ( 2.5 G as .sql file ) I restore this backup on ubuntu and it restored full complete with out any problem But when I restore it on windows with xampp use below command : ...
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mysql backup does not restore complete

I have big mysql database back ( 2.5 G as .sql file ) I restore this backup on ubuntu and it restored full complete with out any problem But when I restore it on windows with xampp use below command : ...
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Restore deleted record from a table

I got a call today from the platform owner, there was a bug in the code and some records got deleted over 2 weeks (3 records every day on average). He gave me a list with the records and when they ...
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SQL Server Backup - move to new server - Media Failure

I've got a server in the UK with SQL Server 2008. It's very locked down firewall-wise. We want a local duplicate of the DB to test and build a new report. Backing up the relevant DB, and then ...
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Restore multiple databases quickly - practicing disaster recovery

I am currently working administering a SQL Server 2014 Standard Edition instance for Sharepoint 2013. We started 5 month ago with ~25 DB's and now we have 60 in total. So the databases in use are ...
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Why does my differencing virtual disk grow so much after restoring a differential SQL Server backup?

Inspired by RedGate's upcoming SQL Instant Clone, I'm using virtual disks to store my test database and gain fast clones via differencing disks. I created a 30 GB VHD and restored a 18 GB database ...
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Restore Database Wizard not launching

I'm using SQL Server Management Studio 2012 and trying to use the 'Restore' functionality to copy an existing database into a new one. This is something I've done a dozen times before, but I'm ...
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Is it possible to restore a database from 10.50.4033 in 10.00.1600

I did one project for my last year exam I want to restore a database. Is it possible to restore a database from v10.50.4033 to 10.00.1600. If yes, how is this possible.
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Improve Restore Speed

I have a ~3GB backup file from our QA database, and a daily diff (~500MB). For data complexity reasons, some of our developers like to use regular backups from this database, and so we have a process ...
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pg_restore -c option

I am trying to restore a database from a previously created back up file: pg_restore -U myUser --port 5432 -d mydb -c -O --verbose backupFileName some defaults are taken from .pgpass file. Due to ...
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Backup chain for DBs restored from a different server

When a DB is restored from a different server (say, Test is refreshed with Prod), the info on the differential base is brought with the backup. So, the SQL instance will keep relying on the backup ...
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SQL Server database stuck in Recovery after Restoring .BAK to same instance

We've had an issue crop up a few times -- maybe we're not using 'best practices' to restore, but appreciate any advice. We run an IIS app with a SQL Server database, and sometimes we run two+ ...
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File permissions for SQL Server 2014 virtual account

I have two SQL Server 2014 instances installed on the same server - one for production, and one for development. I have set up a SQL Agent job that identifies the most recent backup from the ...
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Can I use an RMAN Backup of DB1 to replace DB2

I have a backup of an Oracle 11g database on Linux, that is a version that is 'prescrub' needed by other users. This is for an ACTIVE database that is now scrubbed, so I do not want to use it as the '...
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How to estimate REDO phase time during RESTORE

I am restoring database now and get it hang on 100% but still going (doing redo phase). I am thinking how to estimate time of completion for this phase. But because SQL have no build-in way to do it, ...
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What is Data Virtualisation?

I've just been asked whether our company should consider Data Virtualisation for our test environments. The benefits are given as: Screening of sensitive data Fast data refreshes in our test ...
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SQL Server users when restoring from older version to newer version WITH REPLACE

Let's say we have a SQL Server 2000 database with a user named user2000. We have a database called foo on SQL Server 2000, to which user2000 has been given access. We also have a SQL Server 2008 ...
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Rds snapshot restore time

As part of our blue greendeployment strategy we are snapshoting the prod RDS instance and then restoring this snapshot into a new instance applying db migrations after it and linking the Green ...
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Why does SQL Server's RESTORE VERIFYONLY command fail intermittently?

Our maintenance scripts run RESTORE VERIFYONLY WITH CHECKSUM after each database is backed up to our backup server. A few of the databases often fail with the error shown below. But if we re-run the ...
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MYISAM can't create table: Row size too large

We are having database in MySQL 5.1, we have taken the DB backup from MySQL 5.1 and trying to restore in MySQL 5.6. We are getting below error: ERROR 1118 (42000) at line 603: Row size too large. ...
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Error 909 restoring a database on Standard Edition

I ran into a problem with SQL Server 2012 Standard Edition (64-bit). I have rebuilt a system with the exact same specifications for software as it had been built previously (Windows 2012, SQL Server ...
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Between optimizing a 1-billion rows table and dump-restoring it, which would be faster?

Have multiple tables which had more than 1 billion rows. Archived and deleted many of them, now want to recover the disk space. Have option to either optimize the table, or dump the table and restore ...
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Trying to restore a db2 database but stops at roll-forward with error 'SQL1265N'

I'm trying to restore a backup that is older than the current database. The restore went ok, but the roll forward didn't giving the following error: SQL1265N The archive log file ".LOG" is not ...
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Unable to create restore plan due to break in LSN chain

My backup plan is: Full backup - once a day Differential backup - every four hours Transaction Log backup - every 30 minutes. All database backup are stored on my computer. I add some wrong ...
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How can I restore a MySQL dump faster on Windows?

I am restoring some InnoDB and MyISAM .sql files that are on the order of GBs (ranging from 1 GB to ~ 10GBs) and they are taking a day or longer to restore. The command I am using currently is: use ...
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Postgres, promoting slave to master issue

We had the following setup in place db01 -> Master Postgres 9.3 db02 -> Slave Postgres 9.3 Master data got corrupted (logically) and as soon as it was identified we shutdown the server. Dev team ...
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Restore from SQL Server 2014 Enterprise to BI

Is it possible to restore a SQL Server 2014 Enterprise database with table partitioning (Production) to a SQL Server 2014 BI Version (Test/Development) ? Of course I don't expect to use the table ...
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Restore database to point in time from full backup only

I have a database with recovery mode set to FULL. It's a dev database and I have two full backups dated 19th and 27th i.e. latest. One of the developer did some changes on 26th and I want to rollback ...
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Scenarios in which you might need to restore large number of databases at once?

I've seen several online sources mentioning that you should always have a restore script automated for the possible need to restore a large number of databases at once and quickly get back up and ...
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Shrinking a SQL Server Transaction Log

I’m currently having to deal with a SQL Server transaction log that has got out of control. Disclaimer: I’m not a dba and this isn’t my area of expertise so please bear with me. Currently I have a ...
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Lost connection to mysql while restoring dump. Is it safe to resume?

I was in the process of restoring an sql dump to a newly created RDS mysql instance on AWS. The dump was created with the following command: mysqldump --all-databases \ --single-transaction \ --...
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Restored database from .bkp file in SQL Server 2014 generates some strange errors [closed]

I have restored the well-known Northwind database and executed a trivial query: Notice the strange error "Invalid object name..." although the query has been executed successfully and both tables ...
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Backup creating fork_point

I have a powershell script that is restoring from production into a test availability group database. It copies the full and t-log backups from production to test, takes the target db out of the ...
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Restore Database using GUI - Wrong file to restore

I'm just messing around with the SSMS graphic interface and studying the options of the "restore" task. One thing that I noticed is when I click on "generate script", the first line of the query is: ...
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Unable to restore database because it exists, unable to drop because it does not exist

I've seen this mentioned a couple of times but none of the suggested solutions worked for me, so I'm posting a question together with a solution in hope that it helps someone else. During restore of ...
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mysqldump: restored by mistake with no backup

While trying to take a mysqldump on a database, we have by mistake run a restore command mysql -u -p abc.sql <abc.sql. This has resulted in the abc database going back to a state 5 days back when ...
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Enabling SQL Instant File Initialization when Restoring to a Network Path

We have a large Read Only SQL DB (SQL 2012) that we’re restoring to a NAS as a current duct tape solution. I had wondered why the restore process seemed to be hanging. Part of my guidance along the ...
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Database Restore info not logged to msdb..restorehistory

I have 4 databases on a secondary server two of which are using Sql Server log shipping and two of which are using a "manual log shipping" config (there are just 2 primary databases). Both ...
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How long does it take for powershell to restore a SQL Backup?

I executed this Powershell script to backup a Database, Drop that database and then restore it with a different name: $srv = new-object Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Server("(local)") $...
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Why can't I restore the DB from an SQL dump in PostgreSQL 9.4 (problem with dblink)?

I have created a dump of a DB using: pg_dump db_name > db_dump.sql and proceed to restore it with: psql --single-transaction db_name < db_dump.sql Prior to attempting to restore the DB, I ...
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DB2 - Error accessing a table space SQL 57048

Please can you assist me,I am mighty new at DB2, I done a backup on the prod server in order to mirror the prod server on another server. Backups ran fine. I did the restore on my test server. but ...
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How can I verify that my SQL Server edition is Express? [closed]

I have a SQL Server (version 11.0.5058). I tried to restore a database from a bak file and I got an error saying: CREATE DATABASE or ALTER DATABASE failed because the resulting cumulative ...
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RESTORE FROM URL dies during database recovery

Attempting to restore a small backup from the Azure BLOB RESTORE DATABASE MY_DATABASE FROM URL = 'https://somelocation.blob.core.windows.net/mydatabase.bak' WITH FILE=1 ,MOVE N'MY_DATABASE'TO N'D:\...
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Database BackupSize has Changed after migration from SQL Server 2012 Exterprise to SQL Server 2012 Express [closed]

I would like to say that after migration of MS SQL server 2012 Enterprise to MS SQL Server 2012 Express. I have seen there is some subtle diffence in DB backupsize as well as in "LSN" of all databases....
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How to merge MySQL backup files (*.sql) [duplicate]

We have several MySQL backup files of a database in *.SQL format and we want to restore the database by using these files. However, as the sql files contains "DROP TABLE" definitions, running one ...
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How to merge MySQL backup files (*.sql)

We have several MySQL backup files of a database in *.SQL format and we want to restore the database by using these files. However, as the sql files contains "DROP TABLE" definitions, running one ...
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Backup file from SQL Server 2012 to 2008 [duplicate]

I have a backup file of SQL Server version 2012 but I want to restore that backup on SQL Server 2008. Question: Is this possible ?