I have a database log file that is pretty large, but I can't see what database owns it. I've looked at all the existing databases, and none of them seem to use it. I can't rename it, either because it's locked. Anyone know a good way to discover which DB this .ldf belongs to? Thanks.
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In this article we will get to know that how can we recover deleted data if it happens accidently. We really can recover deleted rows if we know the time when data is deleted by using the transaction log.
Ever needed a SQL 2008 Database replicated/mirrored/log shipped on another server but you can't take the downtime inflicted by initial snapshot or disconnect while T-logs are restored or mirror applied?
You can use SQL Server Initialize from Backup…