To bring back to its former state; to bring back from a state of ruin, decay, disease, or the like; to repair; to renew; to recover.
To give or bring back, as that which has been lost., or taken away; to bring back to the owner; to replace.
To bring back from a state of injury or decay, or from a changed condition; as, to restore a painting, statue, etc.
To form a picture or model of, as of something lost or mutilated; as, to restore a ruined building, city, or the like.
To bring back into existence or use. To bring back to an original state.
Places back a copy of the backed up data on the hard disk to the original or location of the user choice. A copy is retained on the medium used until it is overwritten or formatted
To return a backup copy to the active storage location for use.
Restores files that were backed up by using the BACKUP command.
To return data on a disk to its previous state, typically by using a backup copy of the files. You can restore files that have been damaged or corrupted back to the state they were in when you backed them up.
The process of using backup files to recreate your primary data tables in the event of irreparable damage to the working copies.
The return of a box or file into storage; box or file was previously retrieved from storage at DataSafe. AKA: Container Restore, File Restore Also see: Retrieve, Pickup
to bring back to an original condition
To retrieve files from a backup copy and put them back on the network. See also Backup.
Bringing a function or a structure back to its original state.
A Back up is a duplicate copy of some data or a disk or some software that is made by the user as a safeguard against the loss of the original information. Should this happen then the information can be recovered by restoring or copying the information back from the backup.
give or bring back; "Restore the stolen painting to its rightful owner"
bring back into original existence, use, function, or position; "restore law and order"; "reestablish peace in the region"; "restore the emperor to the throne"
a configuration resource that describes the operation of recovering a file from backup media
a procedure that allows you to return your data to its original state before any loss has occurred and as at the last backup date
1. (Windows) return a window to its previous size when it has been changed to a maximum or minimum mode of operation. 2. (Backing up) Return to a previous status by copying and perhaps unpacking a file (or files) from a backup medium to a working hard drive. 3. (QuickBooks) As a button provided at the bottom of a register screen, used to undo editing changes.
To retrieve a backup copy of data from the backup server and upload it to a computer. If a file has been accidentally erased or corrupted, it can be restored if there is a backup. LiveVault Online Backup Service can restore data over the Internet directly to the Agent computer, or on physical media from which the restored data can be uploaded to a computer. See also Automatic restore, media, Media restore, Network restore.
The action of recalling a previously backed-up song from CD-R/CD-RW back into the internal hard disk.
To copy files that once resided on your hard disk from another disk or a tape back onto your hard disk.
To brining data back into its original or former state. It is the opposite of archiving and deleting.
Return to its original or usable and functioning condition. See also Backup.
To completely or partially return your system to a previous file configuration state by uploading backup files from an archive.
Retrieving information from a tape drive in order to replace data that was lost from a hard disk.
The process of recovering lost or damaged files by retrieving them from storage.
To bring back to a former, normal, or productive condition by repairing or rebuilding.
To copy information from its backup location to the active storage location for use. In Tivoli Storage Manager, you can restore the server database, storage pools, storage pool volumes, and users' backed-up files. The backup version in the storage pool is not affected by the restore operation. Contrast with backup.
The replacement of a lost or damaged file with a backup. You can restore files either with commands such as UNIX cp or the RMAN RESTORE command.
The process of returning a backup copy to an active storage location for use. TSM has processes for restoring its database, storage pools, storage pool volumes, and users' backed-up files. For example, users can copy a backup version of a file from the storage pool to the workstation. The backup version in the storage pool is not affected. Contrast with backup.
Retrieval of information from a tape drive and the recording of it on a disc drive.
The act of copying files from an archive or set of backup disks or tape drive to their original locations on the hard drive.
In DPM, the process by which an administrator retrieves a protected file or rebuilds a DPM server by using data that has been archived to tape. Restoring data requires use of tape backup software. See Also: archive
The ability to copy files and/or directories from backup volumes onto the hard disk/machine.
The process of copying a backup version of a file from ADSM storage to a local file system. You can restore a file to its original location or a new location.
A function that permits users to copy a version of a backup file from the storage pool to a workstation or file server. The backup copy in the storage pool is not affected. Contrast with backup.
retrieving information from a tape drive and recording it on a disk drive