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Posted Wednesday, January 22, 2014 9:01 AM


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praneethydba (1/22/2014)
HI,

I am happy to tell you, my database is up now.....
Online now.....

Thanks a lot for your support...


Thanks
Praneeth


Congrats! That's great!

Now, run a backup.


No, schedule regular backups and make sure they complete successfully.


Absolutely. Right after you take one manually out of shear paranoia.


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Posted Wednesday, January 22, 2014 9:20 AM


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HI,

I am happy to tell you, my database is up now.....
Online now.....

Thanks a lot for your support...


Thanks
Praneeth


Congrats! That's great!

Now, run a backup.


No, schedule regular backups and make sure they complete successfully.


Absolutely. Right after you take one manually out of shear paranoia.


Do all of the above, test the restore, and then get the developers out of the production databases!


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Posted Wednesday, January 22, 2014 9:23 AM


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Michael L John (1/22/2014)
Grant Fritchey (1/22/2014)
SQLRNNR (1/22/2014)
Grant Fritchey (1/22/2014)
praneethydba (1/22/2014)
HI,

I am happy to tell you, my database is up now.....
Online now.....

Thanks a lot for your support...


Thanks
Praneeth


Congrats! That's great!

Now, run a backup.


No, schedule regular backups and make sure they complete successfully.


Absolutely. Right after you take one manually out of shear paranoia.


Do all of the above, test the restore, and then get the developers out of the production databases!


All very sound advice




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