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DataBase Restore

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Ian Yates
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Master is the "heart" of your SQL installation It's hard enough to restore a backup of it - I can only imagine the flaming hoops you would have to jump through to restore additional transaction log backups of it



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BOL is the Books on Line. The SQL Server Help files.

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So, if the Master is the Heart of the database, then, my database is not completly restored, untill I restore it? Does not body restore the master, or do they just have scripts to recreate the tasks and sercurity login's?

Brian


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No. The heart is the only organ non-transplantable in this analogy. Restoration of a user database is like receiving a new kidney, again in this analogy.

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hahaha

Sorry, meant to say it was like the central part of your SQL Server installation. It itself is essentially another database on SQL, but it must always be there and stores all of your logins, system settings and lists of your other SQL Server databases..





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Ok, so am i missing something or what? If the master db contains all my logins and system setting, how do I restore it? Is there way way to create scripts to recreate my logins, and settings? Does the master contain the task and jobs, or is that msdb?

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Brian


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Here's a reference on SQL 2000 databases no DBA should be without:

http://www.microsoft.com/sql/prodinfo/previousversions/systables.mspx

This may answer a great deal of your questions when used in conjunction with BOL.



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when i go to that link and open up systbl.chm, nothing is there, "action cancelled"?

Brian

I did start to look through the other files though.


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You should download the file to your local PC then launch it.

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I tried that too.


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