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SQL Server-Restart Recovery-Database Startup Sequence

The startup process of any system is a very interesting stage. Ever since I was exposed to the world of computers, I was fascinated with the POST (Power On Self Test) sequence, about which I learnt and explored in detail when I studied Electronics & Communications engineering. SQL Server is a server system on it’s own and therefore, I recently had a yearning for learning about the SQL Server startup sequence.

Now, I know that the SQL Server startup process involves an Undo-Redo phase for rolling forward/backward open transactions in each database, but the questions that kept cropping up in my mind were:

  1. When the SQL Server starts, what is the first database that is made online? Answer: Master
  2. When are user databases made available in the startup sequence? Answer: After all system databases have been recovered
  3. When is the tempdb available? Answer: After the master, resource and model databases are recovered (in that sequence)

 

more details : http://beyondrelational.com/modules/2/blogs/77/Posts/18002/0210-sql-server-restart-recovery-database-startup-sequence.aspx?goback=%2Egde_86080_member_182487080

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This entry was published on November 26, 2012 at 9:39 am. It’s filed under IT, IT - Tutorial, Programming, Tutorial and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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