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Restart a SQL Server 2008 database while in recovery

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If I restart a SQL Server 2008 database server while  a database is in recovery, will it continue recovering where it left off when the service starts back up?
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no. it will fail as the process will be killed
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Great, I wanted a yes or no, and I got one. The idea is that the recovery is taking so long due to memory constraints so we were going to shutdown, add more memory, and hope that the recovery will pick up where it left off when restarted. I figured the answer would be no, but had to check the option.

Thanks!
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No any manual process is available for sql database recovery. The sql database recovery is only possible via tool. You have to download the tool and install it into the computer after installing you can follow the steps of the tool and then your MDF file will be repaired. The sql database recovery is very important for us.
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