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You have to restore the database from a backup which was taken prior to the point in time when the deletes happened. Do you have a backup?
Yes, we do. It's the exact thing we've done. But the data added after the last backup were lost and our customer needs it.
Great to know you have backups.
So here's the sequence of events (Tx represents time).
T0 - back up was taken.
T1-T2 - some updates
T2-now - lots of records were deleted (these are the records you want to get back)
So you'd restore the backup taken at time T0 and then recover the database to a point in time < T2. You'll need the log files between T0 and T2 to do this. Please read the documentation for db_recover.
The BDB command is:
db_recover [-cefVv] [-h home] [-P password] *[-t [[CC]YY]MMDDhhmm[.SS]]]*
Hope this helps.
Yes, I think it's the same thing I need. Thank you!