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Why does Error log show database restarting everytime a transaction log backup runs?

Why does Error log show database restarting everytime a transaction
log backup runs?
It also runs a checkdb as well.

The log backups are scheduled through a maintenance  plan.

Is this normal?

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Sanctus (mchi55@hotmail.com) writes:
> Why does Error log show database restarting everytime a transaction
> log backup runs?
> It also runs a checkdb as well.
> 
> The log backups are scheduled through a maintenance  plan.
> 
> Is this normal?
 
Sounds like the maintenance plan includes a CHECKDB that sort of thing
as well. 



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