RE: [RadiusNT] errors in Microsoft SQL radiusnt db
Stephen Johnson ( (no email) )
Thu, 25 Feb 1999 10:10:31 -0600
> Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] errors in Microsoft SQL radiusnt db
> From: "Dale E. Reed Jr." <email@example.com>
> Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 21:22:03 -0800
> Stephen Johnson wrote:
> > > If there is a problem in the backup, the problem will still
> exist after
> > > the restore, regardless of the state of the DB before. I've had to
> > > SQL Transfrre out the data to another clean database, and then restore
> > > a dump of the clean one to resolve some problems.
> > No, the backup should be good, the db checked good when the
> backup was done.
> > It's that the db is still bad after doing the restore.
> > Does the Transfer empty the source db? Would the destination db
> have to be a
> > correctly configured radiusnt db?
> If the backup doesn't have a problem, then the restore should be ok.
> However, I would probably drop and re-create the database before doing
> the restore, if the DB has problems.
I am no SQL expert, I just know some basics to get done what I need to do;
so, I don't know if this question makes much sense but - all I have to do is
re-create the db in MS SQL and restore it and all the table, links, etc will
be setup correctly? I don't have to do something else to
setup/install/configure the radiusnt db (the restore doesn't just reload the
data into the db tables but reinstalls all the tables, etc)?
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