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SQL server is in loading state

Posted on 2006-11-20
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Could anyone let us know what the best way is to bring the sql server from loading state back to opertional mode?

We have a database that was backed up with norecovery option.

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by:Wizilling
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Is the database on standby mode. ?
if yes then have u tried "restore database_name with norecovery" command
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Should that not be:

restore database <database> with recovery

To bring full operational
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by:mei_liu
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Thanks, Netstore! It worked, and yes, the "restore database_name with norecovery" command puts database into the loading state.
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