When was this database restored?

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I frequently need to know where backups went and I restore those backups for operational recovery on a regular basis. Would you believe in 20+ years as a DBA I can count the number of database restores for a disaster on my fingers? (Which is good because taking off your shoes at the office is considered bad form.) In that same 20+ years I’ve needed to know when a database was last restored exactly once. Still, it’s always nice to know where information is. In this particular case rather than checking BOL I queried msdb.sys.all_objects for anything like ‘%restore%’ and turned up dbo.restorehistory.

SELECT * FROM dbo.restorehistory

RestoreHistory

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