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sys.sp_add_data_file_recover_suspect_db

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Syntax

-- Name: sp_add_data_file_recover_suspect_db
-- Purpose: Adds a data file to a suspect database and runs
-- 		recovery on the database.  This SP should only be used
--		on databases that have been marked suspect due to
--		insufficient data (error 1105) or log (error 9002) space.

create procedure sys.sp_add_data_file_recover_suspect_db
	@dbName 	sysname			-- database name
	,@filegroup	nvarchar(260)		-- file group for new file
	,@name		nvarchar(260)		-- logical file name
	,@filename	nvarchar(260)		-- OS file name
	,@size		nvarchar(20) 	= NULL	-- initial file size
	,@maxsize	nvarchar(20) 	= NULL	-- maximum file size
	,@filegrowth	nvarchar(20) 	= NULL	-- growth increment
as
	EXEC sys.sp_add_file_recover_suspect_db @dbName, 'DATA', @filegroup, @name, @filename, @size, @maxsize, @filegrowth

 
Last revision 2008RTM
See also

  sp_add_file_recover_suspect_db (Procedure)
       



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