SAP HANA Restores
A database restore might be necessary when the data area or the log area is damaged, to recover from a logical error or to copy the database.
Perform a restore operation immediately after your first full backup to understand the process.
The SAP HANA database is a combination of services that invoke backint. The SAP HANA software determines and controls the number of streams to use for the restore by looking at services that are on the SAP HANA database.
You can perform the following types of restores:
- Recover to the most recent state: This recovers the most recent backed up data and log files.
Note: You must stop the SAP HANA replication before you restore the most recent backed up data and log files. If you do not stop the SAP HANA replication, only the latest data will be restored and the latest log will not be restored.
- Recover to a point-in-time: This recovers the backed up data up to the specified time.
- Recover to a specific data backup: This recovers the backed up data of the specified backup.
Last modified: 11/16/2017 5:15:45 PM