Join Martin Guidry for an in-depth discussion in this video Performing a basic backup using T-SQL, part of SQL Server 2014 Backup and Recovery.
- [Voiceover] Now let's look at performing…a database backup using T-SQL commands.…So in Management Studio…I'm going to open a new query.…And I'll type in the keyword backup.…And the keyword database.…Then I'll need to give the name of the database…I would like to backup.…No punctuation marks are required.…Then I'm going to press return and go down to the next line.…You can actually type all of this out on one line,…or separate it into several lines, it doesn't matter.…I'll type the keyword to,…and the keyword disk.…
Because I would like to backup to disk.…If I were backing up to tape,…I would use the keyword tape instead.…Immediately after disk I'm going to put an equal sign.…And then in single quotes,…I'll need to specify the full path and file name…I would like to backup to.…You can use any directory you like.…Just make sure SQL Server has the appropriate…permissions to write to that directory.…Then I'll go ahead and execute this.…And we receive a message saying the back up was successful,…and some details about the length of time taken.…
- Types of backups
- Media sets and backups
- Performing a basic backup using the GUI or command line
- Performing a basic restore using the GUI or command line
- Backing up and restoring logs
- Doing partial backup and restores
- Automating backups
- Using encryption and compression
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Backups in General
4. Partial Backups and Restores
5. Other Backup Topics
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