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restore failed: 1130(Not Enoughserver storage space)


restore failed: 1130(Not Enoughserver storage space)

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Hi,

I do have a enough space in a server D: and E: drive, I reboot the server too, but still getting a following error

System.data.sqlClient.sqlError:Read on
"z:\databame" failed: 1130(Not Enoughserver storage is avaliable to process this command)(Microsoft.sqlserver.smo)
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Where is the backup from, another server? How are you doing the restore, SSMS or script? What are you trying to do, restore a Production DB, create a new DB from a backup?

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I want to restore the last night full db backup from production to test, I delete the test db, I am using simple restore process, Database, restore databse and defne the db name and backup files name (network files)
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Mak

Check whether your test server has enough drive space. If yes then copy the Backup file from production and paste it in test server and then restore it.

If your script throwing an error then do it through SSMS, so you can easily restore it to the test server.

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thanks, I will try:-)
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Keep in mind that the data and log file physical path/names are stored in the backup header so you need to make sure your restore is moving the files to the new drive/path/filename of your test server.

Use RESTORE FILELISTONLY FROM DISK='your backup file path/name' to find out the production path.

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