Steven Cameron (1/21/2009)
I got the question wrong, but after searching some more found out I WAS wrong. It would put the information into the restorehistory table if you used the LOADHISTORY option. which wasn't used in the question.
Interesting. I missed that option when I read it the first time.
It's sometimes handy to see restores in that table just to see who did what and when. But I wonder what use there would be for keeping a record of restore verifyonly executions?
The only think I can think of is a senior DBA checking up on a jr. dba making sure they run restore verifyonly before running the real restore? But even that seems like a stretch.
The Redneck DBA