If you get one of the following error messages during the setting up of SqlBak on Linux or during the execution of a backup job:
MySQL DBMS – /bin/sh: 1:/usr/bin/mysql: not found
MySQL DBMS – /bin/sh: 1:/usr/bin/mysqldump: not found
it means that the SqlBak app could not find the path to the MySQL executables. By default, SqlBak searches for MySQL files in the /usr/bin/mysql directory. Continue reading MySQL DBMS – /bin/sh: 1: /usr/bin/mysql: not found
If you get the following error message during SqlBak set up on Linux or during a backup job:
MS SQL Server DBMS – /bin/sh: 1: /opt/mssql-tools/bin/sqlcmd
it means that SqlBak app could not find the path to the msql executables. By default, SqlBak searches for mssql files in the /opt/mssql-tools/bin/sqlcmd directory. Continue reading MS SQL Server DBMS – /bin/sh: 1: /opt/mssql-tools/bin/sqlcmd
If during setting up of SqlBak on Linux or during a backup job one of the following errors occurs:
PostgreSQL DBMS – /bin/sh: 1: /usr/bin/psql: not found
PostgreSQL DBMS – /bin/sh: 1: /usr/bin/pgdump: not found
it means that SqlBak app could not find the path to postgresql executables. By default, SqlBak looks for postgresql files in the /usr/bin/psql directory. Continue reading PostgreSQL DBMS – /bin/sh: 1: /usr/bin/psql: not found
That issue may occur if the SqlBak (SQL Server Backup) Windows Service was interrupted by an error. Continue reading How to fix SqlBak “Service failed” error
If you have to backup large SQL Server database with the help of SqlBak, here you will find some recommendations that can speed up the backup process. Continue reading How to backup large databases. Recommendation.
If you use Azure Storage to keep your SQLServer backups then you are probably already aware of “Microsoft SQL Server Backup to Microsoft Azure Tool” that allows you to send your backups there. In this post, we will show how it works and why SqlBak does the same thing in a more convenient way.
Continue reading Why SqlBak is better than Microsoft SQL Server Backup to Microsoft Azure Tool?
After you have passed the registration process and connected SqlBak to your server, go to your Dashboard page and create your first backup job. Continue reading How to create SqlBak backup job in 2 minutes
As we launched the Server Health Check feature, SqlBak users might be curious about what data we collect during this process. Continue reading What Data We Collect During the Server Health Check
Today there are several methods of how to backup SQL Server 2016 database. In this article we will review how to backup SQL Server 2016 and what features have been added. Continue reading How to backup SQL Server 2016
One of the most popular ways how to create SQL Server database backup is to use SSMS or T-SQL Commands. But what if your backup plan is full backups twice a day, differential backups every 4 hours, and transaction log backups every 30 minutes, and you prefer to store all SQL Server database backup on FTP Server. How much time will you spend each day to complete such scenarios? You can simply tune SqlBak backup job just in few minutes, which will make SQL Server database backups according to your schedule and send them to FTP Server. Continue reading How to Backup SQL Server to FTP Server