When you include the -ad option, the specified directory is scanned for transaction log files associated with the database.
Transaction log files with starting log offsets greater than or equal to the start log offset stored in the database file
are applied, in log offset order. Once all the transaction log files have been applied, the database is stopped. You must
also specify the -as option if you want the database to continue running once the transaction log files have been applied.
If the specified log directory uses a relative path, then this directory is read relative to the database-file directory.
The -ad database option must be specified after the database-file, and applies only to that database.