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This must be hard coded into the backup since there is no way to change this.I only found this out when I tried to restore using .bak files directly and got RESTORE DATABASE is Terminating abnormally." http://support.microsoft.com/defaul...port/kb/articles/q268/4/81.asp&NoWebContent=1 I check the above link as well as the given link of ask.adaptec.com but no soulution on this. Register now while it's still free! Tried the restore from Brightstor and everything went well.Hope this helps someone. weblink

What version of MSSQL do you have? This tells me the original backup was fine but something may have been lost during the shipping. Informational message. Join your peers on the Internet's largest technical computer professional community.It's easy to join and it's free. http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic167366-24-1.aspx

mukul Reply With Quote 07-13-07,03:38 #2 Satya View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Grand Poobah Join Date Aug 2002 Location Scotland Posts 1,578 Run RESTORE VERIFYONLY to ensure the backup You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Hi all, i have copied out the database backup from development center to my local machine,it is having approx.8GB in size and when i m trying to restote this database backup You cannot post IFCode.

Still you have the problem?We had a problem similar with greater bases to 100GB.Apparently the problem is product, of the disconnection of agent SQL during the process of restore.We modified the Contact Technical Support for assistance.Disconnect SQL Server Backup Agent RE: restore of SQL DB failes :-( in B9 mohamdr (TechnicalUser) 11 Feb 04 07:12 1-Is this problem happening only while restoring Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.Forum Answers by - Gio~Logist - Vbulletin Solutions & Services Home Register New Posts Advertising Archive Privacy Statement Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud What is the result of restore headeronly?

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A consistency error means that the backup set is corrupt, for some reason. then what is this mean? When I tried this on a more powerful workstation it ran without a hitch. You cannot edit your own posts.

Contact Technical Support for assistance.Server: Msg 3013, Level 16, State 1, Line 1RESTORE DATABASE is terminating abnormally. It appears that the database is restored and the overall restore is failing on the transaction log file.  Any help is appreciated.  This is rather urgent. This backup was taken post the database was corrupt.Below im sharing the information on all the steps that I tried and finally getting the backup work with minimal data loss. Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members!

After a verify i`m sure, BAK File is not BAK file!I do only have an W2K Server, also SQL and therfore i got the same error!It looks like that the BAK http://svbuckeye.com/an-internal/an-internal-consistency-error-occurred-42000.php RE: restore of SQL DB failes :-( in B9 fritz4000 (TechnicalUser) 3 Mar 04 11:26 Are you able to restore "normal" files that are greater than 50 mb? Failing to restore SQL Server database backup with internal consistency error. internal consistency error Question about commit INTERNAL COMPILER ERROR C1001: msc1.cpp (line 1794) error at every std include file: stdio.h, windows.h, ansi_c.h ????

Privacy Policy. You cannot post events. Error : "An internal consistency error occurred. check over here BUT I TRIED THIS (backing up with NAMED PIPES) IN BAB 9 and it does NOT worked.

Most of them are saying that this is happening for the third-party tools , is it true with you dineshasanka, Jul 14, 2005 #2 surendrakalekar New Member quote:Originally posted by dineshasanka All Forums General SQL Server Forums Data Corruption Issues Internal Consistency Error Reply to Topic Printer Friendly Author Topic MBeal Posting Yak Master 110 Posts Posted-02/13/2007: 16:43:13 I You cannot delete your own events.

Chances are that it wouldn't match the LSN of the new database.I'd suspect that the log backup was corrupted in some way.Kevin FarleeSQL Server Storage Engine PM MBeal Posting Yak Master

The step failed.If I delete the database on the destination server, re-run the sql agent job that ships the backup job, and re-run the restore job on the destination server the Copyright © 2002-2016 Simple Talk Publishing. The db is about 1.5GB, and I think the dev workstation may be running out of resources during the restore. Perhaps you can give some more details - where are you backing up to (tape, local drive, network drive)?

RE: restore of SQL DB failes :-( in B9 fritz4000 (TechnicalUser) 4 Mar 04 16:37 I am not sure of your hardware setup but check out:http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;268481This statement in the log leads I search the file DPTDISK.SYS, which is not exists on our server. Simon Jul 20 '05 #3 This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion Replies have been disabled for this discussion. this content RE: restore of SQL DB failes :-( in B9 Padzik (TechnicalUser) (OP) 4 Mar 04 01:06 Yes, e.g. 8GB file is OK. 1GB SQL through agent = impossible.

You cannot send private messages. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. I stopped non-essential services and ran from TSQL, and it still fails. You cannot delete other topics.

You cannot edit your own events. You cannot vote within polls. Rob ------------ rob at 5/30/2002 10:52:28 AM I am trying to restore a production database backup to a new location on a development workstation, and it fails with "An internal consistency I built another box and partitioned it so I had C: and D: drives and made sure I installed SQL so the data resided on the d: drive.

etc. Most of them are saying that this is happening for the third-party tools , is it true with you We don't have any third party tool is installed on our server. RE: restore of SQL DB failes :-( in B9 mohamdr (TechnicalUser) 5 Mar 04 14:31 The changes has to be done on Backup server since it is job to do the File activation failure.