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I don't believe the amount of Memory is a factor and it should be buffered if your .BACPAC file is larger than the amount you have available. (This is a pretty common case that your database is larger than your Memory.) The only thing to note in hardware limitations is if the machine used to process the .BACPAC is doing so via Azure Portal or Powershell, the ...


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Is this SQL Server on a VM or Azure SQL Database / Azure SQL Managed Instance ? Probably one of the last 2 as you could just use a backup to restore to SQL on a VM, If you find the import runs to slow just scale up your machine until the import is completed


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A more detailed explanation for newbies like me of @Robbs Answer https://dba.stackexchange.com/a/28646/224874 It may not be of very much help, but using pv and pipes in Linux, you can create a progress bar that will at least help you observe the quantity of data that has been transferred from .sql file into the mysql process. It will also help you to assess ...


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yes, oracle can do that provided there is a full backup available to start the restore with. When that is restored you can recover the incremental backups against the restored database. When the incrementals were done online (mostly the case, you also need the archived log files)


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