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Restoring System Databases


Restoring System Databases

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Hi,

A Question. AFter the rebuild I'm seeing the output of this following query showing 0, earlier it used to be 1. What is it? Am i supposed to enable anything?

SELECT is_broker_enabled
FROM sys.databases
WHERE name = N'msdb'


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You had service broker enabled before, you'll need to re enable it again. Ideally you should restoring your current backups of your system databases to retrieve the previous configuration.

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Thats right. I did restore my backups(just master,model and msdb) after the rebuild. Anything else?

What procedure do i need to take to renable it manaully otherwise?

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mJai (4/26/2013)
Anything else?

Yes enable service broker on the database, it's detailed in books online.

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Thanks, That aside, is there a way to verify or compare and ensure that both the msdb databases are same. I mean the msdb backup that i had and the one thats currently active on SQL?

Just wanting to ensure that both copies are the same and I have restored the right ones. Smile
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You could check the history tables see if they have recent events logged

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