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How to solve the corrupted logfies issue


How to solve the corrupted logfies issue

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Hi All,

Here I am new to this. so i want to know how to solve the corrupted log file.
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Do you have backup??
If you don't have backup then there is only one way to resolve log file corruption that is to rebuild log file. Check this article, it will help you to handle log file corruption: http://www.recoverdatabase.blogspot.com/2012/07/how-to-deal-with-log-file-corruption.html

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Thank You very much
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For your Log File corruption you can use restore this if you have backup and it also necessary that your backup have all the data which you required.

If you not have any backup so corrupt log file should be restored with help of any third party data recovery software just link Kernel for SQL Server. you can use this software for your corrupted log file.
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prettsons (8/7/2012)
Do you have backup??
If you don't have backup then there is only one way to resolve log file corruption that is to rebuild log file. Check this article, it will help you to handle log file corruption: http://www.recoverdatabase.blogspot.com/2012/07/how-to-deal-with-log-file-corruption.html


You should delete that blog post. That is very, very bad advice. You should NEVER detach a corrupted database. It is very likely that the database won't be able to shut down cleanly and then the database won't be able to be reattached and now instead of having just a corrupted log file, you will have lost the entire database.

Read this article by Paul Randal: http://www.sqlskills.com/BLOGS/PAUL/post/TechEd-Demo-Creating-detaching-re-attaching-and-fixing-a-suspect-database.aspx



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Never, never, never, never detach a corrupt or suspect database. It will not help and it is very likely to make matters far worse.
Take a look at this article. http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/65804/

As for the DB with the corrupted log, if you have a good backup, restore it. If the DB is in full recovery and you have scheduled log you'll be able to restore with minimal data loss.
If you don't have a backup, you're in a world of hurt... I hope that's not the case.

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I also agree with that never go for detach option if database is in suspected mode it will make situation more worse.
You can rebuild new log file if there is no option left.
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