Circumstances in which a restore operation is hindered are not exceptionally remarkable. This is the reason, in this post, we will demonstrate to you what you need to do with a specific end goal to restart the interrupted operation using T-SQL queries in SQL Server 2014.

In the event that your restore operation was interrupted, you can at present restart the methodology and proceed starting there where it got intruded.

This is a peculiarity that can be extremely valuable in the event that you have huge databases which you need to restore. On the off chance that the methodology of restoring falls flat near to the end, the majority of the times you can restart the whole operation from the point where it cleared out off, as opposed to restarting the whole restore procedure of the database.

To be particular, when you make your restore from tape, you can restart from the current tape as opposed to restarting from the first. Anyhow, if the restore was in the stage when it was being rolled forward, then no information will be replicated from that backup set.

Restart interrupted restore with T-SQL
In the event that you have utilized a T-SQL query to restore your database and the methodology was hindered for any reason, known or obscure, then what you need to do is to define a RESTART proviso toward the end of the same inquiry and run the question yet again.

Let’s assume that you have the following query, or something similar, and it got interrupted during execution.
-- Restore a full database backup of myDB database
FROM DISK = 'C:\myDB.bak'

Presently, keeping in mind the end goal to proceed with and interrupted restore operations, connected for our situation, we are going to utilize the query from above completed with the WITH RESTART clause.

-- Just run the initial RESTORE statement specifying WITH RESTART in order to restart interrupted restore operations
FROM DISK = 'C:\myDB.bck'