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Posted Saturday, December 29, 2012 1:58 AM
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It's whereever the SQL Server binary files (exe and dlls) are.

Why?



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It cannot be viewed through SSMS Object Explorer if that is what you were wondering. Gail told you where the physical files reside and there are ways to access it as a database in a query session, but again, why do you want to know?

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My question was Is it possible to copy a resource database files when instance is ruining. if not why and yes then how to do simply copy and pest.
So i am not able to find where are the file for resource database.

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rajeshjaiswalraj (12/29/2012)
My question was Is it possible to copy a resource database files when instance is ruining. if not why and yes then how to do simply copy and pest.
So i am not able to find where are the file for resource database.

Please reply

Location and other important info: Resource Database (SQL Server 2008 R2)

You can take a copy of the mdf and ldf files while the instance is running. Do some searches online and read about the topic. A backup buys you some coverage in the case of some very specific disaster scenarios, but not much.


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