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People often have a misconception about the full backup and log backups. In order for the backup to work in FULL backup recovery model, the t-logs must be used, as during the backups there may still be transactions going on in the database (unless you perform a so called COLD backup when you shut down the database). Oracle uses the same concept when you have ...


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I am unable to comment so I'll make do here. First off, 'Better' is a subjective term at best. What work for me, may not work for you. All we can do is suggest, depending on your company backup policies and other requirements, ie. what needs to be backed-up, how long to keep a back up, how far back to keep, will affect what you are able to do. Things you ...


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You decide when to make the full and incremental backups and how many backups to keep for that periods count. They are both used to define how many backups to keep. If the period between backups is bigger and the backup to keep stay the same, the backups will be keep for longer. Check this url where they explain how it works lets assume daily incremental ...


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Its very simple.You need to generate a script for that. Right click on your database name from the object explorer and follow these steps - Task> Generate Script> Next> Select Specific database objects> select table and click next> Click "Advance A pop up windows will appear named "Advance Scripting Options". Find "Type of data to script" under "General" ...


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Taking the -z out of the rsync command which is no compression made the "receiving file list" go so much faster and we had to transfer about 500 GB. Before it took a day with the -z switch.


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[5 years later] I have the same 3ware card. This past month, I've had a drive not come online a few times. This causes the normal need to remove/rebuild (logically, not physically) the RAID5 array. However.. ..twice in the last year, the troublesome drive comes online thinking IT is the RAID5 array and everyone else is missing-- split brain. Delete the ...



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