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Recover db after recovery=no was specified on last object ?

vilius.m

ADSM.ORG Senior Member
#1
Hello,

I specified recovery=no on my last backup object like this:
Code:
tdpsqlc restore db1 diff /recovery=no /object=xxxxx /tsmoptfile=dsm.opt /configfile=tdpsql.cfg
And it appears that differential backup object xxxxx was last backup object.

What command I should use to recover my database ?
(I'm afraid that if I specify /recovery=yes without full/diff/log clause it will take last full by default ?)

thanks,
Vilius M.
 

vilius.m

ADSM.ORG Senior Member
#2
If I repeat restore with same object and /recovery=yes:
Code:
tdpsqlc restore db1 diff /recovery=yes /object=xxxxx /tsmoptfile=dsm.opt /configfile=tdpsql.cfg
it works so possible to restore using same object id twice.
 

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