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Question - Is there any way to a make a fully recovered database to no recovery mode or stand by mode.


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I have restored a database with recovery mode on server A from full backup of server B and the database size is 400 GB and it took 7 hours.

Unfortunately,due to some transactions on server A ,I need to apply these changes to server B so I took diff backup. But to apply this diff I need to retore full backup with norecovery and apply diff backup with recovery and this will kill my whole day....


Any help is really appreciated
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Unfortunately no. Sorry.

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sqlbee19 (8/11/2010)
But to apply this diff I need to retore full backup with norecovery and apply diff backup with recovery and this will kill my whole day....


Yes, you do.


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thanks
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sqlbee19 (8/11/2010)
Question - Is there any way to a make a fully recovered database to no recovery mode or stand by mode.



A neat trick is to always do your restore with no_recovery. It's fairly easy to do the recovery afterwards as a seperate step if you find there aren't any logs or diff backups to apply. And as you have discovered it saves having to do the whole restore again if you suddenly realise you need to apply some logs etc.

Cheers

Leo
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backup tail of the transaction log would put the database into norecovery mode ?
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one more addition... you can also try snapshots as restoring from snapshot takes very less time as compared to full backup.

But in this case u don't have choice my friend.....

Rohit
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