Maybe I am doing it wrong, but this is what I do
1) Single .bch file called "SQL_Backup.bch" with the
This is created for a
policy called "SQL_FULL_BACKUPS". This allows me to do a FULL Online SQL DB
Backup of all DB's
Now for the Transaction logs, I do the
1) Single .bch file called "SQL_Backup_TXLogs.bch" with the
This is then created for a second policy called
"SQL_TX_LOGS" and runs AFTER the full SQL Backup has run (usually 12 hours after
the SQL Full Backup Window starts).
I have had to restore SQL from the Full and Logs, and
the DBA's have never complained.
I read through the SQL Admin guide to get most of this
Does this make sence, or answer your
I've been backing up several SQL servers for quite some
time now and through re-creating a "disaster recovery" situation and reading
through SAP section of the NetBackup SQL Admin guide I notice the section for
backing up transaction logs.
through the SQL transaction log creation wizard, I verified the changes in that
batch file to my original "Full" SQL batch file that I've been using.
The changes were these 2 lines:
Am I correct to think that without these 2 lines in my
batch file that a complete restore of the databases for SAP or otherwise would
Should I simply add these 2
lines to my original batch file?
Thanks for your help.
Engineering U.S.A. Inc.
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