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Recovery points not listed. times match when i performed a restore RRS feed

  • Question

  • I peformed a large amount of restores yesterday.  i have a sql protection that i did a restore from this PG has 14 SQL DBs it backs up.  i recovered from one DB out of the 14.  i recovered once specific time from each day of the 15day cycle.  (for example, 8:15am for the last two weeks of the month, 17th, 18th, 19th, etc...)

    it took me about an hour and a half roughtly.  i would start one, "walk away" and come back and start the next one.

    I am peforming a self design check (i check daily the revocery points from the day before)  for all the DBs in this PG, the time range that i performed the restore, prevented the scheduled recovery points from completeing. (i have this PG peform a sync every 15 minutes. and because the DBs are set to full recovery, they have a recovery point every 15minutes)

    To my question, if i am performing a recovery, should that prevent the recovery point or the incremental from running.

    thanks

    Ian


    Ian

    Friday, May 3, 2013 1:44 PM

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  • Hi,

    Performing a recovery should not prevent a recovery point from running.


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