Hi, I think there serdar.db and serdar.log Sybase database files.

I installed the Sybase Anywhere 12 database server. Windows 7 64 Bit. Working now.

My question is. serdar.db and serdar.log files, Anywhere Server How I would like to attach or restored?

asked 16 Feb '12, 06:50

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edited 15 Mar '13, 18:32

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If "attach" means "start", just specify the filespec for serdar.db on the dbsrv12 command line:

   "%SQLANY12%\bin64\dbsrv12.exe" serdar.db
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answered 16 Feb '12, 09:22

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edited 16 Feb '12, 09:25

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In case you come from a MS SQL Server or Sybase ASE background - SQL Anywhere has a different concept: There's no "master database", each database is independent of each other, and so you don't have to "attach" a database to a particular server instance. Instead you can simply

  • start a database engine with the specified database (as Breck has shown) or
  • use the START DATABASE statement to "load" a database on an already running database.
(16 Feb '12, 09:28) Volker Barth
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