can someone give me some advice on how to restore the 4 system databases (master, msdb, model, tempdb) of a sql server 2008 please?
I've already done some testing myself (on restoring the master database) with the following commad line script as a result:
set dbdirectory=C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA
title Restoring %dbname% database
net stop mssqlserver
cd C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\Binn
sqlcmd -Slocalhost -E -Q "restore database master from disk='c:\master.bak' WITH REPLACE"
net start mssqlserver
After the execution of the
sqlservr -m command (used to start the server instance in single-user mode, which is only necessary when restoring the MASTER database), the script stops. So in order to execute the last 2 commands I need to separate the script into 2 smaller scripts, and run them one after the other.
Does anyone has an idea on how I can merge them into one single script that runs completely without any interruption?
I also want to restore the other 3 system databases using command line scripts like this one. Can someone please advice me how I need to go on? I've already noticed that restoring the temdb is not so easy, but there has to be a way...
Looking forward to your advice!