Backup/Restore

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  • Stewart "Arturius" Campbell (2/21/2014)


    I can understand why one backup of a read-only db might be needed, but would subsequent backups be necessary or relevant, as nothing would have changed?..

    Interesting question, thanks

    Hello Stewart,

    In that case, subsequent backup is not required.

    Cheers!

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  • The question is trivial.

    To ensure myself, I read this reference http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186388.aspx and I didn't see any correlation of the model's read_only property to the same for the restoring database. I restored a test database on an instance with model's read_only property set to True and False, and in both cases the test db restored with read_only=True (as it was taken with).

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  • Ed Wagner (2/21/2014)


    That was a good question. Thanks.

  • Igor Micev (2/21/2014)


    The question is trivial.

    To ensure myself, I read this reference http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186388.aspx and I didn't see any correlation of the model's read_only property to the same for the restoring database. I restored a test database on an instance with model's read_only property set to True and False, and in both cases the test db restored with read_only=True (as it was taken with).

    Regards,

    Igor

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  • My 2 cents on this issue, If you get an mdf, ldf of a read only database and attach it to your server it will retain the read only properties. (Same as Back up and Restoring the Database).

  • The read_only property of the model database has no effect on newly created databases, however created. Whatever the model value is, the value for database created by restore is the value in the backup being restored, for database created by ATTACH it is as specified in the files being attached, and for database created by CREATE DATABASE it is FALSE. The property in model determines only whether model can be written or not.

    Tom

  • Igor Micev (2/21/2014)


    The question is trivial.

    To ensure myself, I read this reference http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186388.aspx and I didn't see any correlation of the model's read_only property to the same for the restoring database. I restored a test database on an instance with model's read_only property set to True and False, and in both cases the test db restored with read_only=True (as it was taken with).

    Regards,

    Igor

    + 1 true, model database Read-only property has no effect here!

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