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Posted Monday, February 11, 2013 4:16 AM
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We have a Full backup at 1.00am, and differential backup at ever 4 hours, and transaction log backup is at every 2min.Today after some time 17th transactional backup was crashed.How to restore if 17th backup was corrupted?

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Posted Monday, February 11, 2013 6:57 AM


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When you say "crashed" what do you mean? Is the tran log backup file corrupt and unable to be restored? Where are you trying to restore this backup?

Are you doing a full point-in-time recovery of the primary database, i.e. is this a disaster recovery scenario? Or is this maybe for a log shipping secondary server? If the latter you can use the differential backup to bring the secondary lsn up to date with the primary and basically skip all the tran log backups.


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Or do you mean that the t-log backup job failed, due to a problem with the job or accessing the backup location ?


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