The processes of creating a point in time copy of data.

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Snapshot replication - How to detect when a snapshot has arrived on the Subscriber from the Subscriber DB

I have snapshot replication set up to on a server which publishes to a second server as part of a scheduled SQL Server Agent job. When the snapshot finishes, I would like to detect when each table has ...
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EC2 and setting up MYSQL Replication

my database size is very big around 100gb and when I restore it takes 3 days to restore. I am using amazon ec2. My question is I want to setup a new slave to MYSQL master, can I take a snapshot of ...
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SQL Server 2012 - Dropping Snapshots takes hours

We recently did a SQL Server upgrade from 2005 to 2012. We have a nightly job that drops a snapshot of an active database. The snapshots gets created again later in the day. Before upgrading, in SQL ...
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Sql Server 2008r2 Replication Snapshot Agent Hang

I am setting up a new merge publication, but I can not get the snapshot agent to run successfully. In fact, I can not run any snapshot agents for any of the other publications on this server now. ...
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Transactional Replication Snapshots causing serious locking after 2012 upgrade

I am experiencing serious locking when adding new articles to an existing transactional replication publication, which is hanging the website. This is the first time I have attempted this since I ...
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Is possible do an online snapshot backup , without archive logs at Oracle Database?

Using Oracle Database Standard Edition 11r2 . I'm looking a way to backup the database with zero downtime , using a snapshot of datafiles (LVM snapshots) and without need backup de archive logs. ...
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BCP - Different Schema

I have a transactional Replication (Non-SQL Server Publishers - Oracle) implemented for one SQL Server Database. Let's say Publishers: A, B Subscriber: C Note: I can not modify the Oracle DBs. The ...
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DB2 Transaction Logs - can they be COPY-PASTE on another Disaster Recovery Server?

We have Server1 with Online Backup1, Archive Logs 1,2,3 for example and Transaction Logs from 1 to 10. We are interested in next scenario: If Server1 fails completely and we want to move everything ...
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Group Policy - replication snapshot

Has anyone seen a domain Group Policy stop a transactional replication snapshot from being configured and executed "A required privilege is not held by the client". To cut a long story short... I am ...
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How to generate replication snapshot without locking tables

When I reinitialize subscription and generate new snapshot it locks all tables and makes the database unusable for a very long time (never waited it out). Is there anyway to do this without locking?
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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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quick checkpoints for development mode

i'm a programmer, not a dba. i need a mechanism to quickly make a snapshot of a database (oracle 11g XE) before i run migration. migration changes data, grants, DDL (tables, triggers, lexers, views ...
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Transactional Replication breaks when schema is changed in Publisher

We have set up Transactional replication where in two Publishers feed into one Subscriber , now if try to change the schema of any one Publishers or both publishers, replication breaks. We have ...
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Snapshot Agent - Transactional Replication - Why a complete snapshot?

Often, I will add a single article to an existing transactional replication publication. I then start the snapshot agent to copy the new article and it's data over to the subscriber. Most of the time, ...
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Processing data while keeping frozen frontend database online

What is the best approach at having a "frontend" database online and working, while processing and generating new data in the back? I have an scenario that some tables and even whole databases data ...
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Replication Data Issue

After configuring replication all the data from tables has replicated from publisher to subscriber. Now my requirement is whenever I insert new record in publisher only that record should replicate ...
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Strategy for multiple distinct databases in PostgreSQL

I have a 30 gb db in PostgreSQL 9.2. Running On Amazon Linux on an ec2 (web virtual machine), with the data directory mounted from its own drive (EBS). I'll call the database db30. On production ...
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Transactional Replication times-out with Database Snapshot on subscription

I have a VLDB that is being replicated using transnational replication. The performance has been terrible, and the process frequently times out. After much investigation, including Service Packs and ...
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MongoDB fsyncUnlock won't unlock occasionally on Windows

We have a MongoDB replica set installed on Windows servers, with a scheduled backup job. MongoDB is configured to use journaling. The job runs db.fsyncLock() via script on MongoDB (primary server), ...
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Report snapshot with links to other reports

I have a report that I have just set up to create a weekly snapshot. This report has links on it to other reports in reporting services. When SSRS creates the snapshot, how does it treat these ...
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Add/remove tables in merge replication without full snapshot

I have a laboratory system that need to be installed in different collection stations, each with a independent database installation, but synchronizing some data among them, such as tests results, ...