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Failover an Availability Group during a backup

This is a scenario I hope won’t happen, but if I was to perform a manual failover on an availability group halfway through a database backup will this cause the backup to fail or would it continue? I’ve been looking through MS documentation but can’t find this specific case.

I’m running SQL 2017 in an active – active environment with the listener in a third location. (synchronous commit)

(Backups are utilizing the Ola Hallengren scripts)

How to take backup of a notebook and export it automatically every each 5 minutes?


Question

I want to let Mathematica automatically make a backup of an active notebook and export it to somewhere else (something like Wolfram Cloud or Google Drive) frequently.

"frequently" means whatever it is convenient, like "every 5 minutes", "every time the user manually saves it by Ctrl + S", and so on.

Is there any way to do it? I use Mathematica version 12.0 on Windows 10.

Any information would be appreciated.

Background

I’ve experienced losing the edit on my notebook before by an inevitable accident. I mistakenly evaluated the cell which included infinite loop and I had to force stopping Mathematica from task manager, because it froze. The next time I launched Mathematica and opened the notebook, even my edit I did save by Ctrl + S before the infinite loop started was somehow lost. I want to avoid that by frequent backup and I want to confirm it by automating it.

Oracle 11gR2 => Oracle Data Pump (expdp, impdp) => can backup be safely taken during runtime

until now I create a daily Logical backup backup of my Oracle 11gR2 Database at midnight while the database is running but the client application is in an idle state so that no queries are executed on the database.

Now I also want to implement a second Backup during the Day while the Database and the Client application are both up and running and queries (select/update/insert/delete) are executed.

Because I have already well tested Backup and Restore Scripts I want to continue using expdp and impdp.

This second "during the day" backup would not be directly imported in the production system after a potential data loss. I would import it on a mirrored test system and then manually use OracleSqlExplorer to query the lost data.

This leads to the following questions:

  1. If I use expdp to perform a backup during the database runtime is it guaranteed that the database where I take the backup from and SQL statements are executed during the backup process does contain its integrity and consistency ?
  2. Do I need to add certain Parameters to the expdp command to guarantee consistency ? I found this:

"expdp options for creating a consistent export dump: FLASHBACK_SCN, FLASHBACK_TIME, CONSISTENT=Y"

So far I use this linux shell script:

$  ORACLE_HOME/bin/expdp \"$  USERNAME/$  PASSWORD as sysdba\" SCHEMAS=<csv list of schemas> REUSE_DUMPFILES=Yes DIRECTORY=backup DUMPFILE=$  BACKUP_NAME.dmp 
  1. Can I use a backup create with expdp during the database runtime as a valid source for a impdp without having to worry about integrity and consistency ? For question number 2 I found a thread that says NO

After restoration of backup, I am redirected to /wp-admin/install.php

Yesterday I tried restoring an older backup of my website through the panel of my hosting provider, following their instructions. Ever since, when I go to my site, it redirects me to /wp-admin/install.php.

My hosting provider has contacted me saying that something went wrong and they are fixing the problem. However, it’s been almost a day and I have no news from them. Does anyone have any idea why this happened and if there is something I could do to fix it?

Thank you!

Restore non-cdb backup into pdb database

I haven’t found any information on is it possible to restore a Oracle non-cdb 19.8 backup into a container-database PDB (still 19c) , or not. The method i have found is not suitable for my situation (convert non-cdb to pdb using DBMS_PDB.DESCRIBE – that seems to imply that the database type is converted + all data is copied during this operation, which is not the same as restoring from a backup). *Export/import/Golden Gate are not viable options for me.

Has anyone had a similar challenge and what was the best way to get a non-cdb to get into pdb form.

SQL Server: Determine backup location from physical_device_name field

I am working on a SQL Server database and ran the following command to figure out where the database is backing up to:

SELECT TOP 1 M.physical_device_name FROM msdb..backupset S JOIN msdb..backupmediafamily M ON M.media_set_id=S.media_set_id WHERE S.database_name = 'MyDB' 

The physical_device_name says: HTSQLServerMyDB

I don’t see any maintenance plans or jobs that I can figure out that do this backup. I am trying to figure out where it is doing this backup. If I go into Server Objects then Backup Devices it is empty. How can I determine where are my backups?

I am running SQL Server 2016 (13.0.4001.0).

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