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2010-08-15

How-to rollback a MSSQL db from file via command line

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START ===== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\RestoreDbFromFile.sql
-- Restore database from file
-----------------------------------------------------------------
use master
go
 
declare @FileToRollBack varchar(100), @DbFilesBackUpDir varchar(100),
@databaseDataFilename varchar(100), @databaseLogFilename varchar(100),
@databaseDataFile varchar(100), @databaseLogFile varchar(100),
@DbNameToRestore varchar(100), @execSql nvarchar(1000)
 
--'$(_DbFilesBackUpDir)'
-- Set the name of the database to restore
set @DbNameToRestore = '$(_DbNameToRestore)'
-- Set the path to the directory containing the database backup
set @DbFilesBackUpDir =  '$(_DbFilesBackUpDir)' -- such as 'c:\temp\'
 
-- Create the backup file name based on the restore directory, the database name and today's date
 
--@FileToRollBack = @DbFilesBackUpDir + @DbNameToRestore + '-' + replace(convert(varchar, getdate(), 110), '-', '.') + '.bak'
 
declare @DBFileName varchar(256)    
--set @DBFileName = @DbNameToRestore + '_' + replace(convert(varchar, getdate(), 112), '-', '.') + '.bak'
 
--BOOM BOOM BOOM CHANGE THIS 
set @FileToRollBack = '$(_FileToRollBack)'
 
-- Get the data file and its path
select @databaseDataFile = rtrim([Name]),
@databaseDataFilename = rtrim([Filename])
from master.dbo.sysaltfiles as files
inner join
master.dbo.sysfilegroups as groups
on
 
files.groupID = groups.groupID
where DBID = (
select dbid
from master.dbo.sysdatabases
where [Name] = @DbNameToRestore
)
 
-- Get the log file and its path
select @databaseLogFile = rtrim([Name]),
@databaseLogFilename = rtrim([Filename])
from master.dbo.sysaltfiles as files
where DBID = (
select dbid
from master.dbo.sysdatabases
where [Name] = @DbNameToRestore
)
and
groupID = 0
 
print 'Killing active connections to the "' + @DbNameToRestore + '" database'
 
-- Create the sql to kill the active database connections
set @execSql = ''
select @execSql = @execSql + 'kill ' + convert(char(10), spid) + ' '
from master.dbo.sysprocesses
where db_name(dbid) = @DbNameToRestore
and
DBID <> 0
and
spid <> @@spid
exec (@execSql)
 
print 'Restoring "' + @DbNameToRestore + '" database from "' + @FileToRollBack + '" with '
print ' data file "' + @databaseDataFile + '" located at "' + @databaseDataFilename + '"'
print ' log file "' + @databaseLogFile + '" located at "' + @databaseLogFilename + '"'
 
set @execSql = '
restore database [' + @DbNameToRestore + ']
from disk = ''' + @FileToRollBack + '''
with
file = 1,
move ''' + @databaseDataFile + ''' to ' + '''' + @databaseDataFilename + ''',
move ''' + @databaseLogFile + ''' to ' + '''' + @databaseLogFilename + ''',
norewind,
nounload,
replace'
 
exec sp_executesql @execSql
 
exec('use ' + @DbNameToRestore)
go
 
-- If needed, restore the database user associated with the database
/*
exec sp_revokedbaccess 'myDBUser'
go
 
exec sp_grantdbaccess 'myDBUser', 'myDBUser'
go
 
exec sp_addrolemember 'db_owner', 'myDBUser'
go
 
use master
go
*/ 
END ================== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\RestoreDbFromFile.sql
. 
START ===== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\RollBackDbFromFile.cmd
 
ECHO STARTTING ROLLBACK
ECHO FOR EACH SQL FILE DO RUN IT THIS WILL TAKE A WHILE 
 
 
@ECHO OFF
 
:: DOC AT THE END 
:: AND READS THE COMMENTS BEFORE EACH LINE !!!
 
:: BOOM BOOM BOOM CHANGE THIS ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES ACCORDING TO YOUR CONFIGURATION SETUP
:: BOOM BOOM BOOM DO NOT ADD EXTRA SPACE BEFORE THE = SIGN IN THE VARS OR AT THE END OF THE LINE !!!
 
SET _DbName=master
SET _sqlAdminUserName=ysg
SET _hostNameAndInstance=hostName\POC_QA
SET _passwd=pass
SET _MillisecondsToSleep=10
SET _DbFilesBackUpDir=D:\Data\Backups\
SET _FileToRollBack=%_DbFilesBackUpDir%POC_FB_20100331.bak
SET _DbNameToRestore=POC_DEV
 
ECHO OPEN THIS FILE AND AND SET  THE ENV VARS ACCORDING TO YOUR CONFIGURATION 
set _
 
pause
CLS
 
mkdir log 
 
 
::DEBUG ECHO FOR EACH SQL FILE DO RUN IT THIS WILL TAKE A WHILE 
ECHO START RESTORE 
for /f %%i  in ('dir *.SQL /s /b /o') do ECHO RUNNING %%i1>>"..\install.log"&SQLCMD -U %_sqlAdminUserName% -P %_passwd% -S %_hostNameAndInstance% -d %_DbName% -t 300 -w 80 -u -p 1 -b -i %%i  -r1 1>> "log\install.log" 2>> "log\error.log" 
 
 
ECHO GO ONE FOLDER UP 
cd ..
ECHO SLEEP FOR 1 SECOND 
ping -n 1 127.0.0.1 >NUL
ECHO DONE WITH BACKUP GOING UP 
 
ECHO Please , Review the log files and sent them back to Advanced Application Support 
cmd /c start /max log\install.log
CMD /C start /MAX log\error.log
echo DONE !!!
ECHO HIT A KEY TO EXIT 
 
 
END ================== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\RollBackDbFromFile.cmd
. 
START ===== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\ZipMe.cmd
@echo off
echo this batch file zips recursively everything from the current directory
echo into one nicely timestamped filename and 
echo this batch files needs the gnu zip utility 
echo google download gnu zip for windows
 
 
:: JUST MAKE SURE WE DO NOT HAVE TXTT FILES ANYMORE 
for /f %%i in ('dir *.txtt /s /b') do rename "%%i" *.sql
 
pause
 
::GET FROM USER PACKAGE NAME
set /p pkgName=TYPE THE PACKAGE NAME WITH NO SPACES AND HIT ENTER :
 
 
 
:: set the nicetime var
call GetNiceTime.cmd
 
::delete the previoues zip file 
del /q zipFile.zip
 
:: add the files into a package
zip -r zipFile *
 
::debug echo nicetime is %niceTime%
::debug pause
 
::debug echo rename "%cd%\zipFile.zip" %niceTime%.zip.txt
::debug pause
:: make it a txt file for easier e-mail deleting 
rename "%cd%\zipFile.zip" "%pkgName%_%niceTime%.zip.txt"
google docs upload "%niceTime%.zip.txt" 1>log.log 2>error.log
pause
 
 
::debug pause
END ================== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\ZipMe.cmd
. 
START ===== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\log\error.log
Changed database context to 'master'.
Killing active connections to the "POC_DEV" database
Restoring "POC_DEV" database from "D:\Data\Backups\POC_FB_20100331.bak" with 
data file "POC" located at "D:\Data\POC_DEV.mdf"
log file "POC_log" located at "D:\Data\POC_DEV_1.ldf"
Processed 45352 pages for database 'POC_DEV', file 'POC' on file 1.
Processed 1 pages for database 'POC_DEV', file 'POC_log' on file 1.
RESTORE DATABASE successfully processed 45353 pages in 19.995 seconds (17.720 MB
/sec).
END ================== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\log\error.log
. 
START ===== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\log\install.log
 
4096:1:47:47.00:21.28 
 
4096:1:24961:24961.00:0.04 
 
4096:1:1:1.00:1000.00 
END ================== D:\cas\Sql_dev\sql_dev.0.4.1_20100815_145522\RollBack\log\install.log

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