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We Upgraded to higher version (example upgraded to version 8.8 from 8.7). The upgrade completed but we cannot complete the 'Instance Configuration'. On the 'SQL Instances' page, we receive a popup box with message "No SQL Server instances were found on this particular server".
Is there any kind of overall reporting in LiteSpeed for all instances reporting to the central repository?Something like Last Full Backup Date, Last Diff backup Date, Last T-log Backup Date, recovery mode ...
To perform a bare metal restore, what are the recommended steps using LiteSpeed backups--for system databases and user databases? If the server is lost and now a fresh copy of sql installed, what are the steps to restore the system dbs and then the user dbs? Is LiteSpeed required to be installed on the sql instance in order to restore the dbs? If yes, can the restore be done through using ...
When doing a single database backup, or via maintenance plan to Amazon S3, the following error shows: 'Write access is denied for the specified LSM directories' It appears that the Windows user, SQL Server startup user and SQL Agent user are all in the Administrators group.
Is there a way from the Litespeed console that when you backup to S3 using a maintenance plan, it automatically creates a subfolder in the S3 bucket which is given the specific Server Name and Database name as the folder name? Then within that folder, contains only the Full backup and transaction log backups for that particular server and database?