High-availability technologies mask the effects of hardware or software failure, so that perceived downtime for users and applications is minimized.

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Removing secondary replica from SQL Availability Group causes large log file

Due to an unforeseen hardware error, I had to take our secondary replicas down for maintenance. This was really due to a storage issue and, it was decided at a higher level, to purchase a new storage ...
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I'm confused about High Availability/Always On

is High Availability something to describe Log Shipping and Always On ( replica )? is Always on something to describe Log Shipping and High Availability? I'm studying to get my certification 40-762 ...
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Maintain Up-To-Date Copy of Very Large Table if Clustering/Partitioning/Moving Operation Needs to be Killed/Rollback

I've appended the following information in a previous post but I asked the 'why' instead of the 'how'. So here's the question... SQL Server 2014, CU6. 4.5 TB database, Simple recovery. The most ...
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Reporting services - High availability setup - SQL server 2012

I need some guidance on best practices and setup for SSRS. I have a SQLServer 2012 setup with data source on 1 instance and SSRS on a separate server. There is a need to setup HA and I understand what ...
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Sql Server Cluster with multiple nodes

Does it make sense to think about a failover cluster configuration where less than 50% of all included nodes are standby? For example instead of setting up 4 clusters with two nodes each where one is ...
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Synchronization report for uncontained objects across each of the replicas in HAG

I have seen How to transfer logins and passwords between instances of SQL Server , Synchronize Availability Group Logins and Jobs and SQL Server 2012 Availability Group Add-in to synchronize ...
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How to check history of primary node in AlwaysOn HA environment?

How do I see history of failovers of the primary node in cluster? I'm trying to figure out at what point secondary node started to act as primary. We are running Windows Server 2012 with SQL Server ...
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PostgreSQL High Availability/Scalability using HAProxy and PGBouncer

I have multiple PostgreSQL servers for a web application. Typically one master and multiple slaves in hot standby mode (asynchronous streaming replication). I use PGBouncer for connection pooling: ...
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PgPool 2 with HA Proxy

So, I'm looking to add high availability to a postgresql server. I've looked into some tutorials on the web but, haven't been able to find exactly what I'm looking for. E.g.: PostgreSQL ...
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High Availability Options for 2008 R2 or 2014 to 2016 “Mirror” for Reporting?

I'm a BI Developer investigating options for this scenario. I'm going to preface this question by saying I don't know the proper terms, so I will put "quotes" around terms that are probably not the ...
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Replicating data from SQL Server 2014 to SQL Server 2005 - temporary solution

I will be installing a new SQL Server 2014 database system, which is based on our current SQL Server 2005 database system. The new system will be on a completely new infrastructure when we go live, ...
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Avoiding MySQL Fabric to become a single point of failure

I managed to install and configure MySQL Fabric that manages multiple MySQL Server nodes. It works very well since I tested it by connecting to the Master node directly and played with the data ...
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Oracle Wallet Error in Red Hat High Availability Resource

Environment: Running Red Hat 7.2, using Pacemaker 1.1.13-10.el7_2.2 and Corosync 2.3.4-7.el7_2.1 to implement cluster failover of an Oracle 12c Enterprise Edition Release 12.1.0.2.0 Database. ...
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Mysql only using 10% of cache [duplicate]

I have a dedicated Mysql server that only uses 1.1 GB out of 16 GB ram (picture link 1). I belive this leads to my Disk I/O utilization beeing at 75% peaks (picture link1). How can i configure sql ...
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High Availability for MariaDB and Postgres : replication or active-passive (SAN)

During the last weeks I did a lot of research on High Availability for Postgres and MariaDB. Both by my own research and also recommended by vendor's, replications seems to have more advantages. Some ...
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Limits of testing HA with a single server replica set?

I'm teaching myself MongoDB HA, going through various replica set scenarios, setting up priorities, arbiters, hidden replica sets, etc. Currently I'm using multiple mongod's on a single Windows ...
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Apply SP3 on SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn AAGs

If Always-On is configured, while applying Service Pack, should I: Directly move SQL Server Instance (Secondary Replica) to make it passive and apply Service Pack Or First move Availability Group ...
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SQL AlwaysOn & System Center Configuration Manager TP 4 1601

Recently Microsoft released Technical Preview 4 for Configuration Manager (1601). Per TechNet, "Configuration Manager now supports using a SQL Server AlwaysOn availability groups to host the site ...
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High availability on a subset of the data

On my site, I have a set of big databases (+6TB total) that is running on a SQL Server 2012 instance. One of these is the main DB and the other ones are archived data that are queried sometimes ...
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MaxScale vs Fabric [closed]

I am looking to expand my single MySQL database into multiple instances to provide High Availability. As well, I am looking to be able to have read replicas and to shard in the future. I have looked ...
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Where to look for Agent history in Replication?

In SQL server 2008R2 replication configuration, "agent history cleanup distribution" job by default runs every 10 minutes and deletes any historical data older the 48hrs. If I increase the retention ...
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SQL SERVER 2014 Standard - High Availability Listener solution

The company has SQL Server 2014 Standard licenses and we're standing the servers up in a VMware environment. My initial plan is to create 2 instances on each DB server and run Instance1 on SQL1 as ...
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How do you configure Postgres 9.4 for incremental backups and hot standby?

I want to set up Postgres to do incremental backups. I'm using PostgreSQL 9.4 on Windows with a database that weighs about 1GB and has a growing 10000 records each day. I understood that the steps ...
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MySQL: 3 servers on-site architecture

I have 3 servers with RHEL 6 OS and Percona server running in one of the servers in the same data centre, while the other 2 servers lie idle. Now I need to implement some kind of on-site redundancy ...
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Avoid user login Directly to AlwaysOn High Availability Primary

I have setup an AlwaysOn High Availability in Sql Server 2014. my IP addresses are according to this : 192.168.1.189 -- Listener 192.168.1.180 -- Replica 192.168.1.181 -- Primary Right now users ...
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Master-Master Replication with MySQL Cluster - Duplicate Writes in Both Directions

I have created 2 MySQL Clusters; each cluster is located in a separate geographic location. I have set these clusters up in a Master-Master, Geographic Replication fashion, so that data can be written ...
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Which pgpool “mode” for high availability & failover on Postgresql 9.3

I'm in the process of designing a HA setup for a web API & application that uses Postgresql 9.3. To satisfy availability & resiliency, we require: failover to a secondary database instance ...
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Simple/Easy PostgreSQL HA multi-master for high latency / unreliable network

I have an environment consisting of two servers running JBOSS and PostgreSQL. Each server writes to its own database and programmaticly synchronises some data to the other database. This causes ...
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Compare SQL Server high availability method

I want to provide high availability for my SQL Server. It is important that the service is back as soon as possible, more than making sure that data isn't lost. My SQL Server 2008 R2 is running on a ...
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MySQL cluster - how many hosts are needed for full HA?

I need some clarification on MySQL-Cluster (NDB) setup I want to achieve full HA but I'm low on server budget and can't afford to rent a dozen of servers for simple solution that I'm working on. ...
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MySQL High Availability for InnoDB

I am looking for MySQL High Availability with huge transactions. I prefer to go with InnoDB Engine. I prefer to use MySQL Master - Slave Replication. However, this option provides us Manual fail over ...
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MySQL Cluster - Management Node Redundancy

I am trying to design a fully redundant MySQL Cluster implementation for a service provider's network. Nodes within this cluster will be geographically separated between towns in the state that the ...
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Promoting warm standby to master with Postgresql 9.4 using streaming replication

I've currently got 2 database servers running Centos 6 and Postgresql 9.4 (identical clones on the same network). They are set up as a primary and a backup created using pg_basebackup from the ...
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Need help achieving HAProxy active/passive configuration for mysql

I'm using HAProxy for mysql database backends. The database had to be master-slave. The goal is to point all mysql clients at the proxy and for all requests to go to mysql server #1 and only go to ...
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pgpoolAdmin for pgpool-II 3.4 : superuser: unknown (Connection error)

I cannot start/stop/reload my nodes through pgpoolAdmin and it says "superuser: unknown" even though I'm logged with the postgres account. What could be the cause? pgpool.conf is identical to another ...
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How can we plan for a High Availability/Disaster Recovery setup in Postgresql 9.3? [closed]

I am working for mission critical project. We are planning for High Availability. At any point of time irrespective of the failure (network, hw, or db) one db server should be available for the ...
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Creating High Availability Cluster with PostgreSQL

I am new to database design. I have a task to create a high-availability cluster. I Googled a lot, however I haven't found any good way to do this on PostgreSQL. Where should I start and what are ...
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IP from a different subnet is registered even after node and resource were removed

We run two SQL server at primary site in AlwaysOn High Availability Group on subnet 10.10.0.0/24 A third SQL server is running on secondary site in a different subnet 10.10.1.0/24 We have had third ...
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Can two databases share one data folder?

I'm planning to install a database (same configuration) on two separate machines, PC1 and PC2. PC1 is the main database while PC2 is the backup.. Is it possible that they can have the same datadir in ...
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SQL Server - Company wants HA for single instance with 1 userDB - sanity check and questions

I am new to SQL Server (2 months) and learning at a gov company (europe). The job is to make a HA solution for this 1 productive instance (1 database). Following is given SQL Server 2012 Windows ...
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Do Availability Groups support Active/Passive? [closed]

I am looking into the licensing of SQL Server 2012 when using Availability Groups with 2 servers. It is not clear to me if Availability Groups are only available as Active/Active and not ...
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Restart the active node services without failover [closed]

On a 2 node cluster configuration, How to restart the SQL services on the Active node without failing over on to another node?
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Low performance, high availability, replicated key/value store with audit trail

I'm looking for a database system with fairly specific specs. I've looked most of the major relational databases and NoSQL products out there and did not find one that even remotely satisfied my ...
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Rename Availability Group and AG script

I have two questions for you guys. I really appreciate your help. 1.- Is there a way to rename an Availability Group? 2.- Is there a way to get the T-SQL statements in order to re create a ...
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Create db2 alert for automatic failover

We have two servers in automated failover HADR (TSA installed and haicu configured). How can we create an alert that fires when a failover happens i.e. when the primary server goes down and the ...
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AlwaysOn Manual failback not working correctly

I've set up a small fail over cluster using AlwaysOn in SQL Server 2014 and Windows 2012R2. The cluster (SQL-CLUSTER-DEMO) just contains 2 SQL nodes (SQL-01 [Primary] & SQL-02 [Secondary]) and a ...
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HA options for Standard SQL2008

Running SQL 2008 standard with our pants down, no mirror (shut off due to performance hits) shipping logs but that is not going to be good enough. I want an HA option that works. With dual node ...
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How to make distributor highly available in Always On Configuration

We have clients requested us to configure Always on with Replication. Microsoft does not support it. "The distributor should not be a host for any of the current (or intended) replicas of the ...
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Why does my SQL Server HAG fail from PRIMARY to RESOLVING and back again?

I recently noticed our SQL Server High Availability Groups failed from the PRIMARY to the RESOLVING state, and then from RESOLVING to the PRIMARY state, without failing to the SECONDARY state. Does ...