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Database in Recovery mode

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Thanks a lot Gail Shaw..

I am very grateful to you.. By the way I am a junior DBA and my Senior DBA resigned. So I am the one has to handle everything.

I will let you the status of my database once it is up. In the mean while i will see the SQL training sites..

Thanks
Praneeth
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Since you are completely on your own on this, again, I suggest getting a copy of my book. Links are down in my signature.

After you get backups in place... that has to be priority #1.

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Pluralsight offers (or did when I joined) a free 30 days for video trial courses....they just bought another company (forget the name) and there are now more for the "Pro" membership. I have found both worth the money (I pay it myself) as I do some IT stuff for fun on the side. They have a 8 hour course on "SQL Server: Logging, Recovery, and the Transaction Log" for example....good stuff....
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Good to see your book is in O'Reiley, Grant! I will have to give it a read. Hard to find good DB books here in Norway in English and it costs a fortune to ship it. http://my.safaribooksonline.com/book/-/9781430242031?bookview=overview
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Ok thanks a lot
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GilaMonster (1/21/2014)
praneethydba (1/21/2014)
Still in Recovery. I am Panic.


Be patient.
The progress gets logged to the error log, check there for estimated time remaining, but note it's often on the low side


Here is an article with a query to check the recovery process.

http://jasonbrimhall.info/2012/06/04/database-in-recovery/

This query can likely help ease some of the anxiety.

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Still in Recovery. I am Panic.


Be patient.
The progress gets logged to the error log, check there for estimated time remaining, but note it's often on the low side


Here is an article with a query to check the recovery process.

http://jasonbrimhall.info/2012/06/04/database-in-recovery/

This query can likely help ease some of the anxiety.


I've seen the error log figure count down to about 10 minutes, then jump up to a few hours again. It's not reliable, it's an estimate.

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GilaMonster (1/21/2014)
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Still in Recovery. I am Panic.


Be patient.
The progress gets logged to the error log, check there for estimated time remaining, but note it's often on the low side


Here is an article with a query to check the recovery process.

http://jasonbrimhall.info/2012/06/04/database-in-recovery/

This query can likely help ease some of the anxiety.


I've seen the error log figure count down to about 10 minutes, then jump up to a few hours again. It's not reliable, it's an estimate.


Yeah, but getting an estimate is better than not knowing anything, and knowing is half the battle :-D

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[b]I will let you the status of my database once it is up.
Has your database finished recovery? If not, what does the estimate (see Jason's post) say? and has it been changing (hopefully going down)?



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HI,

Unfortunately, no records are shown as output...

Thanks
Praneeth
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