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Table 7-7.
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Parameters for the RESTORE Command
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Function Specifies that uncommitted transactions should not be rolled back. Does not eject tapes at the end of the operation. Rolls back uncommitted transactions in the transaction log and leaves the database in a consistent state. Overwrites an existing database with the same name. Restarts a previously incomplete RESTORE operation. Creates a file that allows recovery operations to be undone. Displays statistics at the percentage specified. Ejects tapes at the end of the operation.
Notes Use when additional transaction log backups must be applied.
NOUNLOAD
Useful when subsequent RESTORE commands will use the same tape media. Use when this operation completes the restoration and the database should be placed online for use; RECOVERY is the default option unless NORECOVERY or STANDBY is specified. Use when you are sure you want to restore over an existing database. To resume the operation near the point of failure, re-execute the original command and add this parameter. Used for standby servers (described in 8); if an undo file with the same name already exists, it will be automatically overwritten. Useful for monitoring the progress of a RESTORE operation; by default, messages will be displayed at every 10 percent. Useful to alert systems and database administrators to change tapes.
RECOVERY
REPLACE
RESTART
STANDBY = undo_file
STATS = [percent]
UNLOAD
Table 7-7.
Parameters for the RESTORE Command (continued)
SQL Server 7 Backup & Recovery
As a basic example, the following command can be used to perform a restoration from a valid database backup device:
RESTORE Customers FROM DumpDevice1
The preceding command will begin and complete the recovery operation and leave the database in a consistent and usable state. Additional options can be specified, as in the following command:
RESTORE DATABASE Customers FROM DumpDevice1 WITH MEDIANAME='CustomersFullBackup', MOVE 'BackupFile1' TO 'D:\MSSQL7\Data\BackupFile1.mdf', MOVE 'BackupFile2' TO 'F:\MSSQL7\Data\BackupFile2.mdf', NORECOVERY, UNLOAD, REPLACE, STATS = 25
NOTE: An existing database must not be in use if it is to be the target of a restoration operation.
Again, the preceding examples are used for restoring data from full or differential backups. If you will be performing additional operations (such as applying transaction logs or restoring individual files and filegroups), you will need a separate command for each. Let s look at these examples next.
Restoring Files and Filegroups
To recover specific files and filegroups using Transact-SQL, you can use the following syntax: RESTORE DATABASE {database | @database_var} <file_or_filegroup> [,...n] [FROM <backup_device> [,...n]] [WITH [DBO_ONLY] [[,] FILE = file_number] [[,] MEDIANAME = {media_name | @media_name_var}] [[,] NORECOVERY] [[,] {NOUNLOAD | UNLOAD}] [[,] REPLACE] [[,] RESTART]
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[[,] STATS [= percentage]] ] <backup_device> ::= { { backup_device | @backup_device_var} | {DISK | TAPE | PIPE} = { temp_backup_device | @temp_backup_device_var} } <file_or_filegroup> ::= { FILE = {logical_file | @logical_file_var} | FILEGROUP = {logical_filegroup | @logical_filegroup_var} } Notice that the only difference between this command and the one used to restore full or differential backups is the specification here of which file and/or filegroup(s) to restore.
Restoring Transaction Logs
To restore from transaction log backups, you can use the following command: RESTORE LOG {database | @database_var} [FROM <backup_device> [,...n]] [WITH [DBO_ONLY] [[,] FILE = file_number] [[,] MEDIANAME = {media_name | @media_name_var}] [[,] {NORECOVERY | RECOVERY | STANDBY = undo_file}] [[,] {NOUNLOAD | UNLOAD}] [[,] RESTART] [[,] STATS [= percentage]] [[,] STOPAT = {date_time | @date_time_var}] ] <backup_device> ::= { { backup_device | @backup_device_var} | {DISK | TAPE | PIPE} = { temp_backup_device | @temp_backup_device_var} } The options that are unique to transaction log restorations include the STOPAT statement, which takes a date and time argument. With this statement, transactions will be restored up to this point when performing the recovery. The following command restores
SQL Server 7 Backup & Recovery
all the information from a transaction log backup stored on a backup device, but stops recovering at the time specified:
RESTORE LOG Customers FROM DumpDevice1 WITH FILE = 1, MEDIANAME = 'TransactionLogs', RECOVERY, UNLOAD, STATS = 10 STOPAT = 'Mar 22, 2000 3:15 PM'
Since the RECOVERY option is specified, the database will be left in a consistent state and will be ready for use by users as soon as the operation completes.
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