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Although not a frequent need, you will occasionally have to move databases between instances. SQL Server provides three ways to accomplish this task:
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Using backup/restore Using attach/detach Using SMO through the Copy Database Wizard
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Using SMO through the Copy Database Wizard will move the database, but any server-level objects such as logins or linked servers that an application needs to work with the database have to be copied separately.
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Lesson 3: Moving a Database
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Lesson Review
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The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
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Answers
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Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
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1. You need to move a large database from Server1 to Server2. During this operation, users still have to be able to execute reports, but they will not be modifying data. Which methods can you use to accomplish this task (Choose all that apply.) A. data pump B. detach/attach C. backup/restore D. SMO
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Review
To further practice and reinforce the skills you learned in this chapter, you can
Review the chapter summary. Review the list of key terms introduced in this chapter. Complete the case scenario. This scenario sets up a real-world situation involving the topics of this chapter and asks you to create solutions. Complete the suggested practices. Take a practice test.
Summary
Database backup and restore provides the core capabilities for any disaster recovery planning. Without backups, data cannot be restored if it becomes damaged. Although you might be able to create workarounds by using technologies such as replication, bulk copy program (BCP), or scripting, these processes can be error-prone and can have a high probability of failure. Backups provide the following:
A way to capture all allocated pages in a database, including all schema, data, and permissions. A way to capture any extents that have changed by using differential backups. A way to capture all incremental transactions with transaction log backups. A way to back up only a portion of a database by using filegroup backups.
A restore operation can leverage each of these backups in a very flexible manner to restore an entire database, an entire filegroup, a portion of a table, or even a single page. SQL Server provides three mechanisms that you can use to move databases: backup and restore, detach/attach, and SMO through the Copy Database Wizard.
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Key Terms
Do you know what these key terms mean You can check your answers by looking up the terms in the glossary at the end of the book.
active log backup device backup strategy best-effort restore corrupt page quarantine differential backup differential restore filegroup backup filegroup restore full database backup full database restore log pointer media set mirrored backup partial backup partial restore point in time recovery recovery model restore strategy tail of the log transaction log backup transaction log restore
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Case Scenario: Designing a Backup Strategy
In the following case scenario, you will apply what you ve learned in this chapter. You can find answers to these questions in the Answers section at the end of this book. Contoso Limited, a health care company located in Bothell, WA, has a very volatile database that contains patient claims data. The patient claims data is essential to Contoso s business. Any loss of data would cause severe business damage and, in the worst-case scenario, might cause the company to go out of business. Because of the mission-critical nature of its database, the company has invested in a storage area network (SAN) to ensure that data is always available. With the rapid growth of its customer base, Contoso s management has finally decided that it needs to hire a DBA to manage its database. Upon joining the company as that DBA, you find out that the data volume is passing the 500-GB mark and rapidly heading toward 1 terabyte. Management has indicated that it needs to ensure that the data is always available; at maximum, the company can have a 30-minute unavailability. That is why the company spent so much money on its SAN. To your horror, you find out that everything relies on the SAN because management has been convinced by the solution provider who recommended and installed the SAN that the SAN is completely bulletproof and can never fail. After many discussions, you finally explain to management that guaranteeing zero data loss is a complete impossibility and exists only in the minds of salespeople wanting to sell the company software. Management has agreed that although it would like to avoid all data loss, the company can handle up to five minutes of data loss. 1. What tasks do you immediately need to perform to protect the company s data before something goes wrong 2. What backups should you implement to ensure that you can recover data 3. What actions should you take for a longer-term approach to managing the mission-critical data
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