Restore from Notes transactions logs at D/R site

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Our company recently did D/R test. We restore our Domino databases from backups taken using FDRUPSTERAM by Innovation data. When attempting to restore databases and use the tranasction log backups, the restore fails with a NOtes error # 5109. The messasge reads: (NOTESR5) Error recovering databases from logs. There was a Notes error recovering the selected databases from the logs. Fix: See Noets return code. Any thought on this error. Thanks Pat Buchanan
ASKED: October 11, 2005  11:33 AM
UPDATED: October 13, 2005  1:55 AM

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We have also problems restoring data with transaction logs via Legato with the notes module. Error is 5091 and referring to database corruption. I have opened support calls at IBM and Legato. IBM says that it is a problem with the Legato product and Legato says that their product is not the cause of the problems because the data itself is already corrupt. There are no tools available from IBM to check if the transaction logfiles itself are corrupt or not so you only know if there is a problem when it is to late… If you notice problems -> recreate new transaction logfiles from scratch.

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