• I would like to take a backup of Oracle Database by using unix scripts

    I would like to take a backup of Oracle Database by using Unix scripts. Is it possible? If yes, please provide the details.

    shamcpt5 pointsBadges:
  • Incremental backup

    Can I perform incremental backup without having initial full backup?

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  • Delta or incremental backup in AS/400

    How can I do a delta or incremental backup in AS/400?

    Babs312290 pointsBadges:
  • Disconnect active connections to force SQL Server backup through

    On SQL Server, I noticed that it doesn't restore my backup due to all of the active connections. Is there a way to force it through? If not, how can I disconnect all the active connections?

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • How to take a table-level backup in SQL Server 2008

    Does anyone know how to take a table-level backup in SQL Server 2008? Can we use the backup database command? Thank you!

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • Deleted SQL Server 2005 database

    Hi, actually I know the importance of backup, but I don't have the back up in any-how condition. Accidentally the database deleted by me. How do I recover it? How to use the transaction.log file to restore deleted database in SQL Server 2005?

    Lalit35 pointsBadges:
  • VLAN for backup network

    Hi experts. We have servers in internal network and also in DMZ network. We need to configure VLAN for backup. Are there any good practices to follow, moreover can there be only one backup VLAN for servers in DMZ and Internal network or should be be two separate backup VLANs?

    rajvasant15 pointsBadges:
  • What are the best backup solutions for Android?

    For a consumer with an Android device, they may need more than just simple back up of images, there's apps, data, that also needs to be kept. So how can a consumer best handle backing up their Android Device?

    Veretax8,395 pointsBadges:
  • Recovering public folders from EDB file.

    I have a Backup of an Exchange 2007 edb file, which contains public folder data. Is there any way to mount this edb file, or extract public folder data from it, without dropping $1000 on OnTrack Powercontrols?

    Zacharystern10 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best method for PostgreSQL incremental backup?

    We've been using pg_dump piped to gzip to split for PostgreSQL backups. But here's the problem: All of the output files are always changed (so basically the checksum-backup copies all of the data). Is there any other way to perform an incremental backup of a PostgreSQL database?

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • Cloning vs. backing up disk

    I'm not really clear on the difference, or why I might want to clone a disk that I am planning to replace. One particular question I have is, does cloning eliminate the need to reinstall the OS? This is always a pain, setting up the operating system, especially if you can't find the product key. If...

    jfklas15 pointsBadges:
  • Showing progress of Windows 8 backup

    Ever since I got my laptop that had Windows 8 installed, I've been using File History to backup a ton of stuff. But can I actually see the progress of the backup? As in, how many files are being backed up. Thank you.

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • Backup error when restoring SQL Server database

    A few days ago, I backed up my database that I created on another machine (which was running SQL Server 2012 Express) and I need to restore it on my machine. However, I keep getting this error when I'm trying to do it: Backup mediaset is not complete. Files: D:\question.bak. Family count:2. Missing...

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • How can I force a replacement for backup database?

    For my SQL Server database, I'm trying to back it up using my code here: sqlcmd -S servername -Q "BACKUP DATABASE [DBName] TO DISK = 'C:\backup.bak'" I mean, it's working fine but if my backup file exists, my data gets appended to the file instead of replacing it. When I try to call BACKUP DATBASE,...

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server error message: Access is denied

    For SQL Server, I have a database on my machine and then created a backup of my tables. I just moved my backup to a remote machine without the table. But when I tried to restore it, I keep getting this error: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: The operating system returned the error '5(Access is...

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • Remove files from full Windows 7 backup disk

    I'm sorry for the broad question but I just noticed that my Windows 7 backup disk is full. What should I do now? Does Windows 7 automatically delete the oldest backup files to create space? Or do I have to manually delete files? Thank you for letting me know.

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • Use rsync to backup recently changed files

    Would anyone happen to know if it's possible to specify a time range so that rsync only does work on recently changed files? My friend and I are currently working on a script to backup our recently added files over SSH and we thought rsync would work best for this. But here's the problem: The...

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:
  • Kill option 21 backup for AS/400

    How do I "kill" an option 21 backup for an AS/400?

    Lcopley5 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 backup – BRMS

    How do I check if previous back up tapes used BRMS during their backup. Thank you. I need it urgently.

    excellentrandy1,330 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server: Restore backup to older version

    I'm restoring a SQL Server 2008 (Express), I keep getting this odd error: Restore failed for Server '...\SQLEXPRESS'. (Microsoft.SqlServer.SmoExtended) System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: The database was backed up on a server running version 10.50.1600. That version is incompatible with this server,...

    ITKE409,390 pointsBadges:

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