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recovery of database with missing ldf

Posted on 2000-03-27
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A database is considered suspect after a disk full error.  The ldf file to it is missing.  When select TABLES foar athe database I get an error 945.  How can I render this database useful again?  
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See "Resetting the Suspect Status" and "Insufficient Disk Space" in SQL Server Books Online.  And be careful!
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by:crsankar
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The only solution that I can think of, is to restore the database from a valid backup.
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Thanks for the help.  Nothing has worked.  Though I have reproduced the major tables, I wish I could save the lookups.  
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