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Explanation First copies the logs to disk and then purges the logs that are not needed Backup marker is set on all files backed up Backs up log files prior to the checkpoint log file and then deletes them To restore the database, you ll need the last full backup, plus all the subsequent incremental backups Backs up log files prior to the checkpoint log file but does not delete them To restore the database, you ll need the last full backup and the most recent differential backup This is the fastest restore process
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Table 15-1 List of Backup Types
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Explanation Offline backups mean that the store process has been shut down prior to backing up the database This means that all the transaction logs have been flushed to the database and that the database is in a consistent state Therefore, offline backups are always full backups, because the database must be shut down first No additional transaction log files are needed to complete a restore of an offline backup Offline backups require manual selection of the database during the backup process Copy backs up any files that have changed since the last full backup You must specify which files should be copied In most scenarios, the copy backup will copy the new transaction logs and the databases, since they will have most likely changed since the last full backup However, if there are no changes, these files will not be backed up You can manually select which files should be included in a copy backup, and we suggest that you use the copy backup to copy the transaction logs but not the databases
Copy
Maybe
Maybe
Table 15-1 List of Backup Types (Continued)
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
During the backup process, it is possible that changes to the database will occur in those parts of the database that have already been backed up For instance, if there is a 10-gigabyte (GB) database, it is possible that after 7 GB have been backed up, a user will modify a page that resides somewhere in those 7 GB In order to account for changes in those parts of the database that have already been backed up during the backup process, a patch (*pat) file is created that copies those changes to the file Once the backup process is completed, the total backed up database is a combination of the database, plus the patch file These two together will give you the snapshot of your database at that point in time It is important to note that during a restore process, you could lose information or even corrupt your database by not having the patch file available The Exchange 2007 backup process begins with the backup application programming interface (API) telling the storeexe process that a backup is about to begin and what type of backup will be performed Then the storeexe process informs ESE, and ESE enters backup mode At this point, the patch file is created for each database in all storage groups Next, a new log file is created and the current log file is renamed Then the backup agent requests pages out of the database sequentially, and the checksums are calculated as the page is read Split pages are written to the patch file When the page reading is complete and all the pages have been copied to tape, the remaining log files are copied to tape, along with the patch files One patch file is created for each database that is being backed up Unneeded transaction logs are deleted, and the backup set is closed After this point, ESE returns to normal mode and the backup is considered complete
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