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Posted on 2011-03-09
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I am having a problem with a backup.
I have a bakup of a Database "mydb.bak" 2-years old.

I am using diffrent  types of backups but getting en error?

1. How can i find out the name of the DB
2. Filegroups in this backup.
3. getting problems with physical & logical names.

anyone
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RESTORE FILELISTONLY FROM DISK='<path to your file>'
RESTORE HEADERONLY FROM DISK='<path to your file>'
You're gonna see contents of your backup file.
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by:ThakurVinay
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what error are you getting?
what version of sql server are you using?

verify the backup also.

restore verifyonly from disk=""

HTH
Vinay
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