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Last Backup Taken, or Not


Last Backup Taken, or Not

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Jon.Morisi
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Nice one. Thanks for sharing

Thanks
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Very nice "utility". Thanks!
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We take image backups of the server partition for system restore purposes along with our SQL Server backups. Is there any way to have this script only consider SQL Server backups and not include the server Image backups?
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I found a way to do this by adding
AND T2.NAME is not null
to the where clause of the top select. Still not sure if this is the best way to do this but it seems to be working.
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Excellent Script, thanks for sharing.
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Hi,

shortening it up a bit...


SELECT T1.Name AS DatabaseName,
DATABASEPROPERTYEX(T1.Name, 'recovery') AS database_recovery_model,
Isnull(Max(T2.recovery_model),'No Backup Taken') AS backup_recovery_model,
CASE type
WHEN 'D' THEN 'Full'
WHEN 'I' THEN 'Differential'
WHEN 'L' THEN 'Log'
ELSE COALESCE(type,'No Backup')
END AS BackupType,
Isnull(CONVERT(VARCHAR(17), CONVERT(DATETIME, Max(T2.backup_finish_date), 113)), 'Never') AS LastBackUpTaken
FROM sys.sysdatabases T1
LEFT OUTER JOIN msdb.dbo.backupset T2
ON T2.database_name = T1.name
GROUP BY T1.Name, type
ORDER BY T1.Name, type



Best regards
karl
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@Karl Klingler - Nice. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks
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That is a great script Karl Klingler, very compact compared to the original script, but I notice both the original script and your script does not report on the important situation for a database in full recovery mode, where there is a last database backup but never a transaction log backup.

Can you see if you can get your script to report on this situation?

Also you can exclude the tempdb database.

Regards,

DBA Pete



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That was actually the intent of the original script. You should try that one again.

GL,
Jon
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