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Recovery using .ldf file in sql server 2005


Recovery using .ldf file in sql server 2005

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Nevermind, Gail responded before I could find the reference below.

You might, might, be able to attempt a tail log backup of the database. Check this out: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms179314.aspx.

Other than that, not sure if you will be able to recover since the last full backup.

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beejug1983 (6/11/2010)
Command run successfully, do I need to restore full backup then all log backups ?


Yes, restore the full backup from thursday WITH NORECOVERY, then restore all log backups (I assume just this one that you took now) in sequence. All but the last one should have the WITH NORECOVERY option.

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Thanks Gail, your efforts saved me from big problem. Thank you very much.
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May I suggest that you start running scheduled T-LOG backups? This will help manage the size of the transaction log and make database recovery a bit easier.

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Thanks for your reply.
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Hi,

I came across this situation when sql bak files were corrupt and I was unable to access the database present as backup file. Got stuck while accessing database.

thanks to systools sql backup recovery, it helped me get back access to the backup system of SQL Server.

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Hi All:

SysTools has launched recovery of data from LDF file. It allows the user to load the LDF file into the tool and then show the individual transactions table wise. It requires the MDF file to be present in the same directory as LDF file. Please check the below link
http://www.systoolsgroup.com/sql-log-analyzer.html

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Recover from tail log backup
BACKUP LOG lastbackup TO DISK='C:\lastbackup_Tail.trn' WITH NO_TRUNCATE

or you can use fn_dblog() function. which is an undocumented function but can be helpful to view SQL Server transactions. see this article to know how to view transaction logs using fn_dblog() http://www.sqlservercentral.com/blogs/zoras-sql-tips/2015/05/28/forensic-analysis-for-log-files-in-sql-server/
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