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SQL server database in recover fails when machine runs out of disk space

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How do I reinitiate the recovery, now that disk space is available?
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by:awalkinthepark
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ALTER DATABASE <database> SET ONLINE;


Seems to be working.
Log shows it progress
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Marten Rune earned 500 total points
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Im not at office, but:
Restore <database> WITH recovery
Works, in spite of no logbackup or backup files mentioned.
If it halted during a point in time restore, you can simply use the same command, it will pick up the correct place to restore from using rhe LSN it previously restored to.
Regards Marten
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by:David Todd
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Hi,

Something you should do daily imho is to monitor available disk space (as a percentage) on all disks on each database server ...

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  David
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