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If your "full cold backup" is really a full backup of all database files while the database is not running, you only have to copy them back to the original place. The files needed are the control files, online redo logs, init.ora or spfile, database files, password file and so on. Some of them are located in $ORACLE_HOME/dbs, some are in other locations ...
the backup is corrupted, it is not uploaded in binary , try uploading again or transfer any other ways, it will be restored.
When using the backup files please make sure to use the logical filename. When using multiple backupsets within the same backup files, please make sure to check that the file being used is correct. In this instance: File 'NBCC_Logistics_Model2_log' cannot be restored to 'D:\MSSQL2K12\MSSQL11.DEV\MSSQL\DATA\NBBC_Logistics_log.ldf'. Use WITH MOVE to ...
Is there any way to fix database, without restore? No, you will have to do a restore. Please see this reference on how to do file and filegroup restores.
First, your orignal problem may not be related to the MySQL process itself, why did you reinstall it? Second, maintain your configuration in my.cnf, let it point to the directoies you backuped ; Finally, start mysql and keep watching on error log. Besides, the normal way to backup MySQL is use facilities like mysqldump or xtrabackup.
If you are receiving the thumbprint error the certificate was not created properly from the Source Server's Cert/Key backups. I found this question which was already answered with a solution for you: Restore encrypted database to another server
considering first question as a base: If I do not have any Transaction and as per schedule if Transaction Log Backup job run will it create any Transaction Log Backup files and can I skip those files, if there are not any transactions Yes of course it will create a transaction log backup file. backup job has nothing to do with whether any activity is ...
would there by any TR Log Backups for that time period? If there is no activity at all, there would be not transactions. But there is no harm in taking that backup as a part of your backup schedule (which is every 15 mins). It will look like - /*Processed 0 pages for database 'logbackup_test', file 'logbackup_test_log' on file 1. 100 percent ...
If you RECOVER the database at any point between the Database restore and a transaction log, the transaction logs that follow are no longer in the same recovery path. Recovery of the database starts a new Recovery Path. If you are using Enterprise Edition (likely what Shanky was wondering) instead of recovering the database in order to read from it, you ...
In short - yes, there are standard operating procedures for doing all of this with Oracle. You should start by looking into RMAN (Recovery MANager). I have put together a high level overview of RMAN as well as an introduction to Oracle backups for SQL Server DBAs. I suggest watching both of those and then heading over to the Oracle Database Backup and ...
In SQL Server 2008, follow these steps Create New database with the same name as in SQL Server 2000 After writing database name, go to Options tab In Compatibility Level dropdown select 'SQL Server 2000 (80) After creating database, go to Task and select restore After selecting restore resource go to options tab and select 'Overwrite the existing database ...
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