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Database recovery after truncate command


Database recovery after truncate command

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chetanr.jain
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Hello Friends,

I got a query from one of my team member’s friend. Here is the scenario :

SQL server Version : SQL 2005
Database Recovery Model : Simple

Issue : Jr. DBA has run a truncate command on a table having 1 mn rows (confused on similar naming convention between production / dev) . After knowing the mistake, he requested for data recovery.
Unfortunately, the database is quite old, 2 Weeks back.

Any Ideas ??

Thanks,
Chetan
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Unless the truncate was run in a transaction that has not yet been committed or there's a recent backup to restore, that data is not coming back.

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Truncate command was not in transaction.
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Then the only way would be to restore the database from backup.



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If you don't have backup then you can also try third party SQL Database Recovery Software to repair your database. First try software demo version.

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prettsons (2/13/2013)
If you don't have backup then you can also try third party SQL Database Recovery Software to repair your database. First try software demo version.


Except that the database wasn't damaged.

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Find the most recent backup prior to the truncate.
Restore the database temporarily with a different name, such as "ProductionDB_20130115Backup" to identify what it is.
Copy the table from ProductionDB_20130115Backup to ProductionDB.
When you are confident you no longer need the restored database, delete ProductionDB_20130115Backup.

Better than nothing I would think.



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