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  1. #1
    Join Date
    March 2014
    Czech Republic

    No database in server folder

    Hello, I have a big problem.

    My TeamSpeak server is not saving a database (I probbaly deleted it as a mistake), so I know, server is now loaded and working in RAM, but I want to make a backup and save a data. Is there some chance to regenerate database with actual data ?

    And second problem is.... I Donīt have server query serveradmin logins, I have only old database without actual data.

    Can you help me ?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    June 2008
    Not everything is and was stored in your RAM and you MUST have a valid DB running with current + old datas to get any support.

    What you did even if this was a mistake is not supported.
    Please stop the server instance and then use your backup or start frm scratch.
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