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3rd party compression tool for trn file.

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Is there a tool for sale which will compress a sql trn file the same as sql server compression works. So that you do not have to uncompress to restore the file?

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I believe you can restore compressed log backup as it is in SQL Server.Why would you need a 3rd party software?
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Even the 3rd party software does have same overhead of uncompressing the log backups.I would say go with the natvive SQL Server.
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