|Subject||gbak asking for volume number 2 disk|
What causes gbak to ask for volume 2 number disk?
I am using Firebird-188.8.131.52856_0_Win32 on Windows 7. The following command line is used for taking the backup.
gbak -t -v -b -user SYSDBA -password masterkey accounts.fdb J:\accounts.fbk
'J:\' is flash drive here.
After copying the fbk from flash drive to my application folder on the hard disk, I tried the following command line to restore the fbk file. After restoring a few tables it is asking
for volume number 2, but it is a single file.
gbak -v -c -p 4096 -user SYSDBA -password masterkey accounts.fbk accounts.fdb
gbak: 1230000 records restored
gbak: 1240000 records restored
Done with volume #1, "accounts.fbk" Press return to reopen that file, or type a new
name followed by return to open a different file. Name: