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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How to Backup and Restore Filestream Data

I am trying to backup and restore my database which includes a filestream filegroup. I backed up the database without the filestream filegroup and was interested to know what happens when you restore ...
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Restore backup in order to write datafile sequentially in disk

I have just come to a new company and we have one database which was created with standard initial size and autogrowth parameters for data and log files (1 MB autogrowth for data / 10% for log). The ...
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Does my choice of pg_dump format impact restore speed?

According to the docs for my version of Postgres (8.4.2), pg_dump can "output in script or archive file formats." The script-formatted dump (4GB) takes 1.5 hours to restore, and I'm wondering if the ...
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What network access do I need when I restoring files using RMAN?

I am restoring files from one server to another server using Oracle RMAN, what network accesses do I need?(between these servers) ftp? port 1521 should be open? or what? I appreciate your answer ...
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Restore Database script

I have a live database which i would like to create a backup and restore script that will take the "live" database every night, create a back, then drop the existing "testing" database (if any) and ...
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Restore Database from Network Drive

I not able to restore DB from maped Network Drive, Only from HDD initialized in Native OS, my enviroment is MsSql2008 on Win2008R2 Standard (as virtual in VMware ESX4.1), Win2008R2 Standard ...