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ArcServe and SQL

ArcServe and SQL

ArcServe and SQL


Looking for info on how ArcServeIT (using the SQL Agent) goes about restore devices and databases and transaction logs. I appears to me that the databases I'm restoring are fine, but that ArcServe renames the devices to its own generic name? I'm about to call ArcServe support (God, help me).

RE: ArcServe and SQL

Did you have any luck with CA Technical Support re this problem ?

I have a useful .PDF document which describes how Arcserve deals with Transaction Logs.

Let me know if it is of any use to you.

RE: ArcServe and SQL

hi, never use the restore to original locations options and then read the fu**ing manual

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