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I took the backup through Central Administration.
Now I installed MOSS as Server farm installation on 2 different servers.I mean, one is Application server and the second one is the Database server.
While Restoring the Backup :
I could not connect to the Database server.
But if I restore the same backup on a stand alone/Single serverÃÂ installation of MOSS, I could succeed.
HenceÃÂ for a server farm installation of MOSS on 2 different server, Why I could not connecct to the Database server,while restoring ?
Is there any special configuration I need to configure for Database server Access.
can anybodyÃÂ tell me, the step by step restore process of a backup through Central Administration for the Server farm installation(2 different servers in the farm.).
I am in the process of deploying an website developed in ASPNet 2.0 and using the login control and membership provider features. The site was deployed fine and was working perfectly till I changed the database name and user name to access the database. I changed the accordingly in the web.config to point to the new database. Everyting is working file except when the user tries to login into the website.
The error log says that login failed because it is trying to open the old database.
Any idea how I can solve the issue? Thanks for your help.
I have five databases sitting on a new SQL 2008 R2 server. The databases originated on SQL Server 7, went through both a SQL 2000 and a SQL 2005 upgrade, and last month were migrated to this new SQL 2008 server. All five databases are in SQL
2005 compatibility mode. All five databases are using SQL 2008's full database encryption.
Over the weekend, I changed the page verification of these databases from "torn page" to "checksum". Nightly full backups were completed on Sunday night, and successfully restored to our reporting and hot-standby servers. Yesterday, I added the
WITH CHECKSUM keyword to the backup jobs. Nightly full backups ran last night, completed successfully. The restores of those same backups to reporting and standby FAILED, with several assertion failure messages.
Today, I created a brand new database, in SQL 2008 compatibility mode and "checksum" page verification. BACKUP WITH CHECKSUM produces a restorable backup. I then enabled encryption on that database, and did the same BACKUP WITH CHECKSUM operation.
The resulting backup cannot be restored, NOT EVEN on the same server. The restore appears to complete, giving the normal output stating how many pages it processed, but the "recovery" portion of the restore throws an exception.
ÃÂ We recently did a windows update on our 2003 server. After the restart, one of our database backup jobs keep hanging. After a little troubleshooting i found that the job gets stuck on distribution database. i am able to backup all the user/system databases, but every time i try to backup distribution database, it just creates a 2kb file and keeps running. I have to manually kill the process. While the backup runs, there is no blocking as well.The distribution databse isÃÂ 300 MB and the backups worked fine before the restart.I have peer to peer replicationÃÂ setup on the machine.Any clues why i can't backup the database?Any help would be appreciated.thanks
I have a SharePoint 2007 farm which consists of a single application server and a separate SQL box.
The DB is SQL 2000. The objective is to upgrade to SQL 2008.
I have read countless articles on how to migrate the DB server from 2000/2005 to 2008. There does not seem to be a consensus on which approach is best.
One approach I do not see much written about is one I tried and successfully implemented.
What I did was simply take advantage of the built in backup feature in the central administration site. I performed a full backup of the site and copied the back up to a development
server in a different domain.
I then created a new farm in the development environment and pointed to a 2008 SQl database. The only databases in the farm after I created the farm were the config_Db and central
I need a 'Wrapper.cs' file which takes care of the Database connection ( Oracle 10g) where
i can just call the method with my SQL Query
Gridview1.DataSource = SampleWrapper.ExecuteDatatable("THE SQL QUERY");
Plz Post the link if there is any open source !
Hi, there is an upgrade to my infimacs server and my web application encounter this error after the infimacs is upgraded.
Below is the information on the server before/after the upgrade.
Solaris 8 Solaris 10
IDS 9.40 IDS 11.50
The web server where the web application hosted is running IBM Informix Connect 2.81. There is no such error before the upgrade is done.
As a developer, i have IBM Informix Client-SDK 2.90 installed on my local pc and debug the page where the read is needed from infimacs but no such error found.
The error come out only when it is hosted on the web server where IBM Informix Connect 2.81 is installed.
I have gone through many articles and it suggest me to set the environement variable in the server : DB_LOCALE=en_us.819.
I haven't try this solution but i think that this might not be the best solution.
Is it possible to to to have this settin
I've got a Windows 2008 SP2 server runing x64.
When i try to access the SharePoint Central Admin site, I just get a blank page. No errors in the Windows logs, nothing showing up in the SharePoint logs. The IIS log shows a 500 error.
I enabled Failed Request Tracing for the 500 status code, which gives me the following information:
HttpReason Internal Server Error
SQL2008 - Cannot Restore a new database from a full backup of a different one, database in use I am trying to restore a brand new database from a copy of another one and am encountering an error message stating:
System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: The file <Backup source database file location> cannot be overwritten. It is being used by database
<Backup Source Database>. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo)
I am running the Restore procedure with the REPLACE option and am wondering why it is stating that the source database is the database in use when I am trying to restore and overwrite a completely different database.
This issue happens when running the replace both in C# using SMO and when manually restoring with SqlServer Management Studio
Interesting note is, the original source database is created / deployed using a database project within VisualStudios 2010 and then deployed to SqlServer through VisualStudios.
Any thoughts on why this is happening?
Thanks in advance for any help!