SQL Server 2008 Recovery Models
In SQL Server 2008 there are 3 recovery models you can use: simple, bulk-logged, and full. These recovery models really just define how log management behaves so you can have what you need to perform your desired backups.
As the name implies the focus is really on recovery of databases in case of Disaster occurs.
If a database is set for Simple Recovery mode than it means that you don’t bother to take log backups. Only Backups available will be Full Backups of Database which you will use in case of Disaster occurs. SQL Server forces the log to truncate when the database writes data to the disk … Read the rest