Transferring log records from a source database system to one or more destination systems.

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Resume log shipping from a specific transaction

Is it possible to force SQL Log Shipping to run from a given .trn file onward? I have two databases, where one ships to another this was working fine. However I had to restore the primary database ...
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Log Shipping - RESTORE WITH STANDBY - on SQL Server 2012 keeps breaking

We are using log shipping and RESTORE WITH STANDBY on SQL Server 2012 in order to restore the database in read-only mode for reporting purposes. However, the log shipping setup keeps breaking after ...
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How does Log shipping knows to keep track

I have set up log shipping between 2 SQL Servers (SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2012). At first i took a full backup of the first one and restored it on the other one and than i set up the log ...
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LogShipping frequency for backup/copy/restore

I wish to create a LogShipping job that runs every 5 minutes. What is the best way to do this so that the backup/copy/restore does not collide? Maybe Sql server knows how to handle this, but I was ...
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Deciding on a replication strategy

We have several dozen small-medium (<1Gb) databases on our SQL Server 2008R2 (Standard Edition) server, with one or two more being created every month. The server itself is a fairly well spec'd box ...
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Approaches for Real time copy of database on same SQL Server instance

I have a draft of requirements that look like this: Production database should be copied in real-time to "Pre-prod" database The Pre-prod database should be available to read and update It should be ...
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Directory lookup failed during log shipping

I have configured log shipping for all our SharePoint 2010 databases. All worked well since Friday and today Monday I ran this query: SELECT * FROM [msdb].[dbo].[sysjobhistory] WHERE [message] like ...