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Posted Thursday, November 5, 2009 4:59 AM
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Hi,

how to determine the backup is successfully completed?

Thanks
koteswar Rao
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y.koteswarrao-652921 (11/5/2009)
Hi,

how to determine the backup is successfully completed?

Thanks
koteswar Rao


You can check the sql log as first point of call.


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If the job completes successfully, I assume it's ok. Verify the backup file is there. It's good to practice restoring once in a while.


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