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Microsoft SQL Server: Setup and Administration FAQ

Enterprise Manager

My SQL Server log files keep showing "Starting up database", how do I correct this? by ecobb
Posted: 5 Jun 03 (Edited 21 Jun 03)

In Enterprise Manager, right click on the database and go to properties, then look under the "options" tab and make sure Recovery is set to "Full".  Also, on the "options" tab, if "Auto Close" is checked the database will be 'shut down after its resources are freed and all users exit', then when a user connects the starting up database msg is generated. You should uncheck "Auto Close".

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