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Database in Recovery mode


Database in Recovery mode

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The status is RECOVERING? Not anything else?

Post the error log?

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What is the output of this code (change the database name):
SELECT  state_desc
FROM sys.databases
where name = 'DatabaseName'





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HI,

I am happy to tell you, my database is up now.....
Online now.....:-)

Thanks a lot for your support...


Thanks
Praneeth
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That's good news. Glad it is working for you now.

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:-) i am really tensed of my Job...

I got my database and job back :-)
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praneethydba (1/22/2014)
HI,

I am happy to tell you, my database is up now.....
Online now.....:-)

Thanks a lot for your support...


Thanks
Praneeth


Congrats! That's great!

Now, run a backup.

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Grant Fritchey (1/22/2014)
praneethydba (1/22/2014)
HI,

I am happy to tell you, my database is up now.....
Online now.....:-)

Thanks a lot for your support...


Thanks
Praneeth


Congrats! That's great!

Now, run a backup.


No, schedule regular backups and make sure they complete successfully.

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Good news!

I would document the incident, including timelines. The time that the database was offline has an associated cost. That is what you need to use when someone says that they can not afford hardware resources for backups.

Backups are insurance - you have a risk (losing data). To reduce that risk, you pay a premium (the costs of setting up the backups). And you hope that you never make a claim (database failure) but you sleep better at night knowing that you have managed the risk.

Good luck!
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praneethydba (1/22/2014)
HI,

I am happy to tell you, my database is up now.....
Online now.....:-)

Thanks a lot for your support...


Thanks
Praneeth


Congrats! That's great!

Now, run a backup.


No, schedule regular backups and make sure they complete successfully.
Also get training resources for yourself and the developer that wrote the code to start a 24 hour transaction that never completed :-D



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Ok Sure..Thanks
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