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SQL Server 2000 Backup fails with Status = 33

I am trying to take a Full Backup of a database size about 75GB. It is SQL Server 2000 - 8.00.2055 x86 version. I have plenty of disk space where the backup is being created. So disk space isn't an ...
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Backup Database (SQL 2000 Compatibility) on SQL Server 2005 with CHECKSUM, but Page Verification TORN_PAGES Detection

I am trying to backup a 250GB database on SQL Server 2005 running in SQL 2000 compatibility mode. The page verification is set to TORN_PAGES detection. So, far the backup has been corrupted when we ...
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Backup and truncate LDF with xp_sqlmaint

A job is backing up an LDF with the following command: EXECUTE master.dbo.xp_sqlmaint N'-PlanID <the id> -WriteHistory -VrfyBackup -BkUpMedia DISK -BkUpLog "\\server\sqlbak$" -DelBkUps 6HOURS ...
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Restore SQL Server 2000 Database in use

I need to restore a SQL Server 2000 database to a backup of about 2 days ago. I have just backed it up and have tried to restore it, but it says it is in use. What is the best way to find out who is ...
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IO Frozen in error SQL error log

The log shows IO DBName is Frozen follow by thaw but yet my database schedule backup task which normally been running isn't since the network team are doing backs (not database backups, according to ...
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Thought about this SQL Server backup plan?

I just started a new job, and I'm reviewing the database maintenance plan. I've got quite a bit of experience writing SQL, but not much experience with DB administration. My last job was at a large ...
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Script to Restore/Create SQL Server 2000 Database from Another Database's Backup

I'm trying to create a database, NewClientDB, by restoring another database's, OldClientDB, backup, d:...oldclientdb.bak. I've always done this via SQL 2000 Enterprise Manager, but the GUI keeps ...
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Copy a SQL Server 2000 database to another box without interrupting the backup chain

I have a small-but-important MS SQL Server 2000 database that I'd like to copy to a development box. I understand that the usual way to do this is to make a copy of a full backup file, and restore ...