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Point In Time Recovery of Database with Full-Text Search enabled SQL 2005

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :

Is this possible? 



Backup made at 10:30

changes made in system

Tail of the log backup taken at 10:35

Restore to point in tim 10:33 

At this point I get the error System.data.sqlclient.sqlerror: The File "sysft_yadayada_1" was not fully restored by a database or file restore.  The entire file must be successfully restored before applying this backup set.

BUT when I restore the database to most recent possible I have no issues..

when I do a select * from sys.master_files    sysft_yadayada_1 does not exist in that list, but  sysft_yadayada_5 does... When we were initially configuring fulltext search for this application we had a couple hiccups first till we got it working and thats the filename that ended up sticking.


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