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Option UNLOAD
Function Instructs the backup operation to eject the tape (or other media) once the backup is complete.
Notes Useful for alerting systems administrators when it s time to change tapes.
Table 6-4.
Options Used with the BACKUP Command (continued)
In this example, we ve set a minimum number of days to retain the information on the backup set. We also specified a media description and a media name. Additionally, the media device will be formatted, statistics will be displayed during the operation, and the tape will be ejected from the device when the operation is complete. FILE AND FILEGROUP BACKUPS The BACKUP command can also be used to back up only specific files or filegroups. The command format is similar to that for full backups, but it includes a specifier for files and filegroups: BACKUP DATABASE {database | @database_variable} <file_or_filegroup> [,...n] TO <backup_device> [,...n] [WITH [BLOCKSIZE = {blocksize | @blocksize_variable}] [[,] DESCRIPTION = {text | @text_variable}] [[,] EXPIREDATE = {date | @date_variable} | RETAINDAYS = {days | @days_variable}] [[,] FORMAT | NOFORMAT] [[,] {INIT | NOINIT}] [[,] MEDIADESCRIPTION = {text | @text_variable}] [[,] MEDIANAME = {media_name | @media_name_variable}] [[,] [NAME = {backup_set_name | @backup_set_name_variable}] [[,] {NOSKIP | SKIP}] [[,] {NOUNLOAD | UNLOAD}] [[,] [RESTART] [[,] STATS [= percentage]] ] <backup_device> ::= { {backup_device | @backup_device_variable} |
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Performing Database Backups
{DISK | TAPE | PIPE} = { temp_backup_device | @temp_backup_device_variable} } <file_or_filegroup> ::= { FILE = {logical_file | @logical_file_variable} | FILEGROUP = {logical_filegroup | @logical_filegroup_variable} } For example, the following command will perform a backup of specific files only, on a database that uses filegroups:
BACKUP DATABASE Customers FILEGROUP = 'FileGroup2' TO BackupDevice2 WITH DESCRIPTION = 'FileGroup backup of Customers database', RETAINDAYS = 30, FORMAT, MEDIADESCRIPTION = 'Media for Customers database backup', MEDIANAME = 'CustomersMedia', NAME = 'CustomersFileGroup2', UNLOAD, STATS = 10
This command uses options similar to those used in the previous example, with one exception: Only the data and objects that reside on Filegroup 2 will be backed up. TRANSACTION LOG BACKUPS The BACKUP command can be used to back up only the transaction log of a database, using the following syntax: BACKUP LOG {database | @database_variable} { [WITH { NO_LOG | TRUNCATE_ONLY }] } | { TO <backup_device> [,...n] [WITH [BLOCKSIZE = {blocksize | @blocksize_variable}] [[,] DESCRIPTION = {text | @text_variable}] [[,] EXPIREDATE = {date | @date_variable} | RETAINDAYS = {days | @days_variable}]
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[[,] FORMAT | NOFORMAT] [[,] {INIT | NOINIT}] [[,] MEDIADESCRIPTION = {text | @text_variable}] [[,] MEDIANAME = {media_name | @media_name_variable}] [[,] [NAME = {backup_set | @backup_set_variable}] [[,] NO_TRUNCATE] [[,] {NOSKIP | SKIP}] [[,] {NOUNLOAD | UNLOAD}] [[,] [RESTART] [[,] STATS [= percentage]] ] } <backup_device> ::= { {backup_device | @backup_device_variable} | {DISK | TAPE | PIPE} = { temp_backup_device | @temp_backup_device_variable} } The following is an example of a simple log backup command:
BACKUP LOG Database1 to BackupDevice2
We re using a very simple command, but, if necessary, the same options as specified in earlier examples could be used. The difference is that, this time, only the transaction log for the database is backed up. By default, the transaction log will be truncated at the end of the operation.
Useful Stored Procedures
SQL Server 7 includes many system-stored procedures for viewing and modifying server settings and database objects. Table 6-5 lists some stored procedures that are helpful for planning and performing backup operations. Figure 6-21 shows sample results of the stored sp_helpdb procedure. (For further details on the various parameters and for information on many more stored procedures, see SQL Server Books Online.) When using stored procedures, you can specify arguments in one of two ways. The first is by the sequence of the arguments. If you want to specify each of the parameters in the same order as expected by the stored procedure, you do not need to enter the parameter name. For example, you could enter the following command:
Sp_addumpdevice 'disk', 'dumpdev1', 'c:\mssql7\backup\dumpdev1.bak'
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