Tag Archives: Backup/Recovery

Production Scripts

One of the most useful parts of SQL Server is the SQL Agent scheduler. Over the years I’ve used this subsystem to automate work and ease the administrative burden of running a SQL Server instance. At times I’ve even used … Continue reading

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Restoring a Copy Only Backup–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. There was a question posted recently at SQLServerCentral about whether a copy only backup could be restore with a … Continue reading

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A Backup Change

Backups are a fundamental skill for most DBAs, and hopefully, for most technology professionals. For developers, I’d hope that most of you use some sort of version control, and that you back up your VCS database. I actually had someone … Continue reading

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Backup Preparations

I’m sure that many data professionals recognize the importance of having backups in the event of some issue. Many of you will schedule these as soon as you create a database, and then not think much of the process, ignoring … Continue reading

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