Mar 07, 2018 Â· A tail-log backup captures any log records which has not yet been backed up by the last transactional log backup. There are multiple scenarios when we need to take this tail-log backup, but we will today focus on the one scenario which is restoring the online database .
Aug 01, 2016 Â· A tail-log backup captures any log records that have not yet been backed up (the tail of the log) to prevent work loss and to keep the log chain intact. Before you can recover a SQL Server database to its latest point in time, you must back up the tail of its transaction log.
Sep 19, 2018 Â· Simply put, a Tail Log Backup contains log records that were not yet backed up at the time of failure. So if Transaction Log Backups occur every 15 minutes, and you suffered loss at the 11 minute mark, the Tail Log Backup includes all data changes during the time span between the last successful Transaction Log Backup and minute 11.
Tail-log backups are new to SQL Server 2005. The tail-log backup captures records on the transaction log that were written since the last transaction log backup. If youâre going to restore a database to the point of failure, then you need to take a tail-log backup â¦Author: Michelle A. Poolet
A tail-log backup captures any log records which has not yet been backed up i.e., the tail of the transaction log to prevent any work loss and to keep the transaction log chain intact. Before you can recover a SQL Server database to its latest point in time, one must back up the tail of its transaction log â¦