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use master
go
create procedure sp_RestoreChainByDB
@DBName sysname,
@MaxFullBackupDate date = NULL
as
begin
/****************
Created by @SQLSoldier
http://www.sqlsoldier.com/wp/sqlserver/day3of31daysofdisasterrecoverydeterminingfilestorestoredatabase
2015-09-24
Modified by Anders Pedersen
Twitter: @arrowdrive
Blog: Blog.AndersOnSQL.com
Made to work with SQL 2008R2.
2016-02-26
Modified by Anders Pedersen
Fix issue where First_LSN and Last_LSN values are the same on a record for the trasaction log backups.
These transaction log backups can be ignored in the restore chain.
Also made into a procedure, with the database name for a required parameter, and max date for the full backup to start with as a parameter
*****************/
Declare @DBBackupLSN numeric(25, 0)
Declare @Baks Table (
BakID int identity(1, 1) not null primary key,
backup_set_id int not null,
media_set_id int not null,
first_family_number tinyint not null,
last_family_number tinyint not null,
first_lsn numeric(25, 0) null,
last_lsn numeric(25, 0) null,
database_backup_lsn numeric(25, 0) null,
backup_finish_date datetime null,
type char(1) null,
family_sequence_number tinyint not null,
physical_device_name nvarchar(260) not null,
device_type tinyint null,
checkpoint_LSN numeric (25,0)-- Anders 2015-09-24
)
Set NoCount On;
-- Get the most recent full backup with all backup files
Insert Into @Baks (backup_set_id,
media_set_id,
first_family_number,
last_family_number,
first_lsn,
last_lsn,
database_backup_lsn,
backup_finish_date,
type,
family_sequence_number,
physical_device_name,
device_type
,checkpoint_LSN)-- Anders
Select Top(1) With Ties B.backup_set_id,
B.media_set_id,
B.first_family_number,
B.last_family_number,
B.first_lsn,
B.last_lsn,
B.database_backup_lsn,
B.backup_finish_date,
B.type,
BF.family_sequence_number,
BF.physical_device_name,
BF.device_type
, B.checkpoint_lsn -- Anders 2015-09-24
From msdb.dbo.backupset As B
Inner Join msdb.dbo.backupmediafamily As BF
On BF.media_set_id = B.media_set_id
And BF.family_sequence_number Between B.first_family_number And B.last_family_number
Where B.database_name = @DBName
And B.is_copy_only = 0
And B.type = 'D'
And BF.physical_device_name Not In ('Nul', 'Nul:')
and convert(DATE,B.backup_start_date) <=(CASE
when @MaxFullBackupDate is not null then @MaxFullBackupDate
else convert(DATE,B.backup_start_date) end) -- Anders 2016-02-26
Order By backup_finish_date desc, backup_set_id;
-- Get the lsn that the differential backups, if any, will be based on
Select @DBBackupLSN = checkpoint_LSN -- Anders 2015-09-24
From @Baks;
-- Get the most recent differential backup based on that full backup
Insert Into @Baks (backup_set_id,
media_set_id,
first_family_number,
last_family_number,
first_lsn,
last_lsn,
database_backup_lsn,
backup_finish_date,
type,
family_sequence_number,
physical_device_name,
device_type)
Select Top(1) With Ties B.backup_set_id,
B.media_set_id,
B.first_family_number,
B.last_family_number,
B.first_lsn,
B.last_lsn,
B.database_backup_lsn,
B.backup_finish_date,
B.type,
BF.family_sequence_number,
BF.physical_device_name,
BF.device_type
From msdb.dbo.backupset As B
Inner Join msdb.dbo.backupmediafamily As BF
On BF.media_set_id = B.media_set_id
And BF.family_sequence_number Between B.first_family_number And B.last_family_number
Where B.database_name = @DBName
And B.is_copy_only = 0
And B.type = 'I'
And BF.physical_device_name Not In ('Nul', 'Nul:')
And B.database_backup_lsn = @DBBackupLSN
Order By backup_finish_date Desc, backup_set_id;
--select * from @Baks
-- Get the last LSN included in the differential backup,
-- if one was found, or of the full backup
Select Top 1 @DBBackupLSN = last_lsn
From @Baks
Where type In ('D', 'I')
Order By BakID Desc;
-- Get first log backup, if any, for restore, where
-- last_lsn of previous backup is >= first_lsn of the
-- log backup and <= the last_lsn of the log backup
Insert Into @Baks (backup_set_id,
media_set_id,
first_family_number,
last_family_number,
first_lsn,
last_lsn,
database_backup_lsn,
backup_finish_date,
type,
family_sequence_number,
physical_device_name,
device_type)
Select Top(1) With Ties B.backup_set_id,
B.media_set_id,
B.first_family_number,
B.last_family_number,
B.first_lsn,
B.last_lsn,
B.database_backup_lsn,
B.backup_finish_date,
B.type,
BF.family_sequence_number,
BF.physical_device_name,
BF.device_type
From msdb.dbo.backupset B
Inner Join msdb.dbo.backupmediafamily As BF
On BF.media_set_id = B.media_set_id
And BF.family_sequence_number Between B.first_family_number And B.last_family_number
Where B.database_name = @DBName
And B.is_copy_only = 0
And B.type = 'L'
And BF.physical_device_name Not In ('Nul', 'Nul:')
And @DBBackupLSN Between B.first_lsn And B.last_lsn
Order By backup_finish_date, backup_set_id;
-- Get last_lsn of the first log backup that will be restored
Set @DBBackupLSN = Null;
Select @DBBackupLSN = Max(last_lsn)
From @Baks
Where type = 'L';
--select * from @Baks;
-- Recursively get all log backups, in order, to be restored
-- first_lsn of the log backup = last_lsn of the previous log backup
With Logs
As (Select B.backup_set_id,
B.media_set_id,
B.first_family_number,
B.last_family_number,
B.first_lsn,
B.last_lsn,
B.database_backup_lsn,
B.backup_finish_date,
B.type,
BF.family_sequence_number,
BF.physical_device_name,
BF.device_type,
1 As LogLevel
From msdb.dbo.backupset B
Inner Join msdb.dbo.backupmediafamily As BF
On BF.media_set_id = B.media_set_id
And BF.family_sequence_number Between B.first_family_number And B.last_family_number
Where B.database_name = @DBName
And B.is_copy_only = 0
And B.type = 'L'
And BF.physical_device_name Not In ('Nul', 'Nul:')
And B.first_lsn = @DBBackupLSN
and B.First_lsn <> B.Last_Lsn -- Anders 2016-02-26
Union All
Select B.backup_set_id,
B.media_set_id,
B.first_family_number,
B.last_family_number,
B.first_lsn,
B.last_lsn,
B.database_backup_lsn,
B.backup_finish_date,
B.type,
BF.family_sequence_number,
BF.physical_device_name,
BF.device_type,
L.LogLevel + 1
From msdb.dbo.backupset B
Inner Join msdb.dbo.backupmediafamily As BF
On BF.media_set_id = B.media_set_id
And BF.family_sequence_number Between B.first_family_number And B.last_family_number
Inner Join Logs L On L.database_backup_lsn = B.database_backup_lsn
Where B.database_name = @DBName
And B.is_copy_only = 0
And B.type = 'L'
And BF.physical_device_name Not In ('Nul', 'Nul:')
And B.first_lsn = L.last_lsn
and B.First_lsn <> B.Last_Lsn) -- Anders 2016-02-26
Insert Into @Baks (backup_set_id,
media_set_id,
first_family_number,
last_family_number,
first_lsn,
last_lsn,
database_backup_lsn,
backup_finish_date,
type,
family_sequence_number,
physical_device_name,
device_type)
Select backup_set_id,
media_set_id,
first_family_number,
last_family_number,
first_lsn,
last_lsn,
database_backup_lsn,
backup_finish_date,
type,
family_sequence_number,
physical_device_name,
device_type
From Logs
Option(MaxRecursion 0);
-- Select out just the columns needed to script restore
Select RestoreOrder = Row_Number() Over(Partition By family_sequence_number Order By BakID),
RestoreType = Case When type In ('D', 'I') Then 'Database'
When type = 'L' Then 'Log'
End,
DeviceType = Case When device_type in (2, 102) Then 'Disk'
When device_type in (5, 105) Then 'Tape'
End,
PhysicalFileName = physical_device_name
From @Baks
Order By BakID;
Set NoCount Off;
END -- proc