HA/DR refers to High Availability / Disaster Recovery, which is typically a suite of technologies provided by a database engine vendor with the aim of increasing availability of data stored in the database, and providing a fast method of return-to-service after a disaster.
Running: SQL Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2 I want to test a backup by restoring onto an isolated server. The backup was taken from an Availability Group (HADR) configuration, but the target ...
We are starting to deploy Multi-Subnet HADR AlwaysOn clusters for our environment. Using MultiSubnetFailover=True in application connection strings works. However, SSMS connections require manual ...
I am trying to set up HADR to run on my DB2 10.5 DB2 servers. I believe I have followed the steps correctly, but I'm getting the following error: [db2insh1@rslvm20 OneView]$ db2 restore database ...
I was thinking if the AlwaysOn architecture in SQL Server 2012 can be leveraged somehow to create a replica for DEV and QA environment properly in addition to setting up HADR using the same ...
I have removed a High Availability Group, disabled the option in sql configuration manager and restarted and I have also removed the Failover cluster components from windows and restarted. ...
I have an environment here where I have 2 servers running DB2. One is the primary and the other one is standby. They replicate with HADR and failover is made automatically by TSA. What's the default ...