Tag Archives: Disaster Recovery

vNext has AG

Now vNext SQL Server on Linux supports Availability Group HA/DR functionality supported.   https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/dataplatforminsider/2017/02/17/sql-server-on-linux-mission-critical-hadr-with-always-on-availability-groups/     Advertisements

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Distributed AG

going though Allan Hirt’s 24 SQLPASS  recording, he has explained the new feature of SQL Server Availability group you can get it here. http://www.sqlpass.org/24hours/2016/summitpreview/Sessions.aspx he is expert in Clustering /AG/ and published several blogs and books. Distributed AG is advance and extended … Continue reading

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Sql Cluster Resource not comming online

when you check on the sql server services and sql agent services it’s getting started on windows cluster but on cluster its going down again. on error log you may get the cluster service Login failed for user ‘cluster service … Continue reading

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Denali — Day 6: indirect Checkpoint

Denali – Day 6: indirect Checkpoint I have already blog some information about checkpoint here As I have already blog about Checkpoint and how it works. Generally it works approximately every 1 minute(internal – default) . You could do this … Continue reading

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Denali – Day 2: AlwaysON High Availability (aka Project HADRON)

Denali – Day 2: AlwaysON High Availability (aka Project HADRON ) AlwaysON Availability Group: is another very important achievement done by development team project called “HADRON”. As the name implies AlwaysON is a High availability feature on Failure Clustering where it has … Continue reading

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High Availability 9’s

This is very important to understand what is high availability 9’s, This is a measurement of high availability  where you can tell how much downtime is feasible for your organization for a Year(annually). the calculation is as follows =Total Hours in a … Continue reading

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Dynamic Add/Remove file in Mirroring/Logshipping

Yesterday we were having discussion on high availability feature Mirroring and Log shipping with my colleagues (Amol & Alankar) on whether can we dynamically add/drop any new file in our principle or primary database, got conclusion that YES it is … Continue reading

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Suspect Database

Suspect database generally caused by internal IO issue, and the best way to resolve it to ask hardware person to check and correct the issue. And sql server dba has to monitor it. Check the database consistence using DBCC CHECKDB … Continue reading

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