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Bread and Butter of SQL Server DBA - Part 2


Bread and Butter of SQL Server DBA - Part 2

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MAK9974
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Hi,

I would to know, how do you get 3 .mdf files in a bak. Whether you will be able to create more than one .mdf file for a database or whether any changes has been made to the screen shot which is shown in the picture.

Please clarify it.

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Good series in making....



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Good article, thanks
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I like the step by step approach for learners...



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hi Mak,

I'm too curious to know, how a single .bak file is listing 3 .mdf file.

Have you just made any change to the screen shot of the picture?

Let me know about it

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Kumar
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you can create a database with 3 data file and 2 log file very easily. ".MDF" is just a file name extension. You can create a data file with .XYZ as extension.



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Kumar (10/1/2008)
hi Mak,

I'm too curious to know, how a single .bak file is listing 3 .mdf file.

Have you just made any change to the screen shot of the picture?

Let me know about it

Regards
Kumar


Kumar, instead of waiting hours for the answer from MAK, why not create a database with 3 mdf files and 2 log files and back it up and see the result. since database is empty it should not take more than 1 minute to back it up. It just takes less than 3 minutes to get answer.

Do some R & D and you will get results instantly.

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