Type: Advanced, self-configuring
recovery interval parameter is used to specify the maximum time (in minutes) that SQL Server requires to recover a database during startup. During startup, SQL Server rolls forward all the changes committed during a SQL Server crash and rolls back the changes that were not committed. Based on the value specified for this parameter, SQL Server determines when to issue a checkpoint in every database of SQL Server so that in the event of a crash, SQL Server can recover the databases in the time specified by
recovery interval. If the value of the
recovery interval parameter is low, SQL Server issues checkpoints more frequently to allow a recovery to be faster; however, frequent ...