Showing posts with label SQL 2000 DATABASE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SQL 2000 DATABASE. Show all posts

02 January 2013

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SQL Server is used by different users, organizations and companies to store and retrieve data as and when requested by other software applications. It is a comprehensive server that offers a complete set of commercial technologies which help to generate valuable information. It is an integrated platform that provides high level of performance and security but it is observed that there are some suspects on SQL server which induces some damage in MDF files. SQL 2000 Database Suspect Recovery tool provides the required solution to bring out the damaged data in usable MDF files.

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MS SQL database is an integral part of any firm. Corruption of database can cause huge loss to the company. MS SQL database mainly consists of more than one file. Database files are of three types: main data file (with extension .mdf), secondary data file (with extension .ndf) and a transaction log file (with extension .ldf). Any individual and company depend heavily on these databases files to store their data and if by any means these data gets corrupted, damaged or deleted it seems like everything is lost. So you don�t need to panic for all damaged data because now you can recover all those data�s by using MS SQL Database Recovery software which lets you perform easy and efficient MS SQl database repair.


Recommended actions for corrupt or suspect databases

Encountering a suspect database or corruption in a database is a rare thing. It can happen, however, most often due to faulty hardware or operational mistakes (like deleting a transaction log file).

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The points below are recommendations for handling a situation where you have some type of corruption in a database or if the database goes into suspect status. 

Repairing Suspect SQL Database

I'm not a DBA but I have a real life experience repairing a suspect databases twice. I guess I can say that I was unlucky at that time as I was presented in a tough situation where I was still in the process of learning how things work and we didn't have a DBA resource (remember I am a developer), but still consider it lucky as even some experienced DBAs might not have even experienced this situation. I experienced a similar situation before, and restoring it was easy before as we have, but that was easier as I have the proper restore points.
Now in this situation, the backups had failed so the last clean backup we had was 2 weeks old, so I could only rely on that one plus the current transaction log which is not backed up for now. So the first thing that came to my mind was to backup the transaction log so I could easily restore the full lot. I tried to backup the transaction log, but I had to remove the suspect status first by running this TSQL: