> I did that but then this happened (from the message log):
> 15:58:54 Physical Restore of felisia_db01 Completed.
> 15:58:54 Checkpoint Completed: duration was 0 seconds.
> 15:58:54 Checkpoint loguniq 5720, logpos 0x18
> 16:10:39 No logical log restore will be performed.
> 16:10:39 Preparing Physical Log for Fast Recovery ...
> 16:10:51 Preparing Logical Logs for Fast Recovery ...
> 16:10:57 Physical Recovery Started.
> 16:10:58 Physical Recovery Complete: 0 Pages Restored.
> 16:10:58 Logical Recovery Started.
> 16:10:58 Checkpoint Record not Found in Logical Log.
> 16:11:00 Cannot Rollforward from Checkpoint.
> 16:11:01 Informix Dynamic Server Stopped.
> 16:11:01 mt_shm_remove: WARNING: may not have removed all/correct
> What did I do wrong?
> Regards Christian Eriksson
> PS. Before this restore I deleted all the logical log entries after
> the last backup from the ixbar.<servernum> file. The ixbar.<servernum>
> file was copied from the host I'm importing from. Did the delete of
> the logical log entries cause the "No logical log restore will be
> performed."? DS.
> "Mark Denham" <mkdenhamcomcast.net> wrote in message news:<bj63h8$nue$1terabinaries.xmission.com>...
> > After the physical restore completes bring the engine online using
> > onmode -m.
> > System should do fast recovery and come up.
> > Mark
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Christian Eriksson" <c-eriksalgonet.se>
> > To: <informix-listiiug.org>
> > Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 17:03
> > Subject: Physical restore that doesn't require a logical restore
> > > Hi!
> > >
> > > How do I ensure that my physical restore, onbar -r -p, isn't followed by
> > > a logical restore, i. e. followed by applying the logical logs since the
> > > last full or incremental backup? I want to use this in database server
> > > migration, as an imported restore, and I want the migration to be as
> > > fast as possible. The copied/migrated database server should be used in
> > > a test environment so I can cope without the data since the last backup.
> > >
> > > Regards Christian Eriksson
> > >
> > sending to informix-list