I have small problem.
The client has MS Exchange 2010. Agent backup, once a day, FULL type.
The client tries to perform a test restore of the exchange database, unfortunately, each recovery of the database from the exchange agent (recovery of the database out of place to a file, not to RDB) results in starting the Soft / Hard Recovery process (which for a 4.5GB database takes several minutes, but for the 1TB base it will probably last several hours).
I would like to know if it is possible to restore the database in such a way that the process of repairing the database is not necessary?
We try this method:
If you restore the Exchange database for offline data mining, you do not need to restore the transaction logs.
Unfortunately, this feature does not solve the problem.
A restored database with the Without recovery option also cannot be selected
connect to the Exchange server (system informs about database corruption yes
the same as in the case with unchecked option Without recovery).
Additionally, with the Without recovery option selected, it cannot be repaired
restored database, the system informs about the error:
I will be grateful for further tips.
Best answer by Scott ReynoldsView original