Restore all databases

mmrajeshmmrajesh Posts: 2
edited August 29, 2007 5:12AM in SQL Backup Previous Versions
How can I restore all the databases using Red-Gate backup

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  • Brian DonahueBrian Donahue Posts: 6,590 New member
    Hi,

    You may want to have a look at the restore database script on SQL Server Central, and replace the @cmd with SQL Backup specific commands. Here is the link to the script:

    http://www.sqlservercentral.com/scripts ... riptid=962

    There isn't a way to do this automatically within SQL Backup. It was an idea in the beginning, but there is just so much to go wrong -- to wit:
    • What if the backup location changes and backups are spread across multiple directories
    • What if the database configuration changes (for instance recovery model)
    • How to find the latest set of backups, given a folder with a mix of full, differential, and log backups
    • What to do if the database's logical file locations change -- we could use the server default but that would cause potential performance problems if the database has filegroups spread across multiple drives
    • How do you recover the master database, especially if it was backed up and then the server upgraded. This would require a rebuild of the server

    In a simple scenario, the script from SQL Server Central would work just fine, though.
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