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FULL Recovery mode changed to BULK LOGGED does that break the t-log chain?


FULL Recovery mode changed to BULK LOGGED does that break the t-log chain?

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Should be a quick question I hope. I've forgotten the answer. If you change a 2005 database from FULL to BULK-LOGGED recovery mode when you do your Index rebuilding and then change it back to FULL, doesn't that break the T-Log backup chain?

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No - changing from FULL to BULK-LOGGED and back again does not break the log chain. Changing to/from SIMPLE breaks the log chain.

See the article I link to in my signature for more information on how to manage your transaction logs.

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If I change from full to bulk logged on replicated database (published), rebuild the indexes and change back to full.
Will it impact replication? Should I stop any of the agents before it?

I need to do it because of tran. log disk becomes full. BTW I am using SQL 2000 SP3.
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Replication does not depend in any way on recovery model.

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I will be loading several thousand records. If I temporarily change my recovery model from FULL to BULK LOGGED, will I lose the ability to recover to a point in time?

This link seems to indicate that.

[url=http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms191244(v=sql.105).aspx][/url]


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Yes, but just within the log backup interval that contains the bulk operations.

p.s. Please post new questions in a new thread in future. Thanks

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Will do...Thanks Gail!


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