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Backup DB with no messages

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Is there a way to suppress the backup messages during a backup?

Processed 256 pages for database 'TestDb', file 'TestDB' on file 5.
Processed 1 pages for database 'TestDB', file 'TestDB_log' on file 5.
BACKUP DATABASE successfully processed 257 pages in 0.215 seconds (9.792 MB/sec).

I want the error messages, just not the 'info' messages.
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You need to enable traceflag, 3226, this URL may help:
http://blogs.msdn.com/sqlserverstorageengine/archive/2007/10/30/when-is-too-much-success-a-bad-thing.aspx

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Good info !!Smile

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Apparently this only effects the SQL log files.

I want to eliminate the SQLSTATE 01000 messages from the Backup command when calling it from a SQL Agent job. The output history is almost worthless when you are backing up multiple databases across an entire server.

Processed 192 pages for database 'Address1', file 'Address1' on file 1. [SQLSTATE 01000]
Processed 1 pages for database 'Address1', file 'Address1_log' on file 1. [SQLSTATE 01000]
BACKUP DATABASE successfully processed 193 pages in 0.336 seconds (4.487 MB/sec). [SQLSTATE 01000]

Repeated for every database on the server...We only want to see error messages...

Can anyone help with this?
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shloghomes (2/5/2013)
Apparently this only effects the SQL log files.

I want to eliminate the SQLSTATE 01000 messages from the Backup command when calling it from a SQL Agent job. The output history is almost worthless when you are backing up multiple databases across an entire server.

Processed 192 pages for database 'Address1', file 'Address1' on file 1. [SQLSTATE 01000]
Processed 1 pages for database 'Address1', file 'Address1_log' on file 1. [SQLSTATE 01000]
BACKUP DATABASE successfully processed 193 pages in 0.336 seconds (4.487 MB/sec). [SQLSTATE 01000]

Repeated for every database on the server...We only want to see error messages...

Can anyone help with this?



My guess, no. Looks like you get this message wether you want it or not.

Cool
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