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Data loss is a very common phenomenon if you are a computer user and does not backup your data on any external media. Your data is a very precious or can be said the most important thing that you have on your computers. Actually, users buy the computing machines to store and process the data. There are or may be many external as well as internal reasons that may make you lose the access to your data. Most of the computer users face this very common issue. If you have accidentally lost your data or your device has been crashed, you must be in a complicated state of mind and thinking of how to get back your data.

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Data loss may turn into a big information loss and ultimately lead to monetary loses. Furthermore, organizations such as, hospitals, banks, travel agencies, tech firms, hotels, shopping complexes, etc. use the databases rampantly as they are collections of interrelated data and they need to be accessed in every friction of second. At that point, the questions you find difficult to answer is what do and how to react when these databases that are huge collections of important data get sabotaged all of the sudden? This document just extends the data recovery solutions along with considering all these aspects. So just read on the entire document for more efficient approaches to recover your data.

Before diving deep, first of all, you need to make sure that you keep a backup of all your information in flash drives that have enough memory space according to your needs. All the desktop, laptop, and tablet users need to do so regularly because it is one of the best ways to recover all the data when your desktop, laptop, or tablet crash without any warning or notification. Figure out the space requirement and then buy the flash drive within the required capacity or more that you need for storing machine’s data and/or together with storage from other sources. If it is not possible to backup daily, update your backup weekly at least because it will enable you to recover the backed up data on your computer.

Suppose, you have a huge amount data like audio, videos, photos, and files in different formats and their size is continually growing on your computer. Now you have decided to backup all of your data from starting to today. You want to backup but are not being able to backup all your data intact on your computer. In fact, you are dealing with the space issues and have terabytes (TB) of data. It means you need to backup your entire data and need to release some space for the new data by removing some of the old data from your computer. In such scenario, one of the best solutions is use an external portable hard drive to backup everything in it.

Portable external hard drives are capable of storing several TB’s of data and you get to select the right size for you. If you don’ require several of GB’s and TB’s of data space, but still willing to backup your computer’s data, rewritable CD-ROM disks can be a good choice, and they are also able to store many megabytes (MB’s) of data. Most of the organizations consider the following recovery approaches for databases.

They copy (backup) the entire database periodically typically to tapes, external portable hard drives, compact disks. Backups change every time since the last backup are stored and often can be made incrementally. While creating the backup, a log file is used for recording all the changes in the database at the point of each update specifically to record the old and new values of the updated attribute(s). But while creating backup, there are certain reasons when an error occurs:

  1. If the database itself is depolarized (media failure)

– The last backup is loaded

– The log will show only the updates of all committed (completed) transactions that were executed while the last backup. Those transactions that were not committed need to be restarted.

  1. If the database itself is not depolarized, but the contents correctness cannot be guaranteed (e.g. because a program with updates crashed)

– The log is used for reversing non-committed changes (undo) and repeating committed changes (redo). Then, the non-committed transactions can be restarted.

The only way to save your data or database even if in case of any kind of damage is just create backup.

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