> Is it a good practice in order to have a reasonable level of security to
on a server drop and recreate a database every day ? would there be any side
> > > effects things that could get corrupted in the long term. We want to
restore because we are using a separate server for the heavy reporting we
have so we > are planning to backup and restore at least every night.
I'm a little lost - how would dropping and restoring your database each
night increase security? Do you mean security as in your data will be (more)
secure against data loss, as opposed to unauthorized access etc?
The only benefits I can see is:
A) You will always know your backup is working (or not, as the case may be)
B) Your physical 'size on disk' will always be minimum possible as the
backend files on disk will be re-written and optimized every time you do it.
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