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Can't set up mirroring for a specific database

We have several databases. All of them are mirrored. Until now, we never had issues with this. One database had some problems, and now when we try to enable mirror again, it just stops. Message in ...
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Configure SQL Server Database for High Availability & Warehousing

I have 3 DB servers (DB1, DB2 & DB3 - all on Win 2008 R2 with SQL Standard 2008 R2 in the same datacenter). Let's assume AdventureWorks as an example database. My goal: - Setup DB mirroring with ...
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How to reduce network latency during mirroring?

We are using SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard edition for mirroring. But we found out that network latency is too high. It takes nearly four times time to complete a transaction while mirroring is active. ...
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Can I use replication/mirroring to have a “Current” database and a “Full History” copy?

I have a database that is used for current operations. The amount of data is starting to get a bit to much for the applications using it. Most of the data is older and is very rarely needed. I am ...
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SQL Server replication for off site copy

We have our Primary SQL Servers in-house (15 primary servers at the moment (500 databases approx overall), most of the servers have hex core processors). These are mirrored to other backup servers in ...
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SQL Server Mirror failover on failing storage

Recently we had an issue with a sql server 2008 r2 HA mirror. I have tried to reproduce this in a lab environment and i came to the conclusion that i am missing something OR something is not possible. ...
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SQL Server Database Mirroring : strange client application behavior upon failover

I am putting a HA SQL server environment up based on three SQL Server 2008 R2 machines and database mirroring. I'll name them : principal.company.intra mirror.company.intra witness.company.intra ...
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Transaction log growing on a mirrored principal

I have a pair of SQL Server 2008 R2 servers hosting a synchronously mirrored database with no witness. This weekend, we had to do some network maintenance so I paused the mirroring. Upon resuming, the ...
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2answers
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Impact of using mirroring to migrate between SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008 R2

I've got a DB which sits on a machine (SQL Server 2005) due for replacement very soon. I'm planning on having the database mirrored to the replacement machine (SQL Server 2008 R2) so that when the ...
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How to create an Event Notification that runs a Job/procedure when mirroring state changes

I'm asking this question in the sequence of this one Can I send a string over TCP using T-SQL? Remus Rusanu exposes what it seems to be an optimal solution for my problem, but... I'm too immature to ...
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2answers
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Reconnect mirroring server SQL2008 R2

The failover server has status (Mirror, Disconnected, In recovery) and principal server has status (Principal, Disconnected). What is the process to reconnect these servers?
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In SQL Server 2008R2 Will currently deployed applications still work if I turn on Mirroring without changing connection strings?

I've googled a great deal, and can't come up with an answer to this. In SQL Server 2008R2 will currently deployed applications (Asp.Net, .Net Smart Client) still work (with a connection string ...
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Is there an easy way to trigger automatic failover of a single mirrored database?

I have 3 mirrored databases on a single instance of sqlserver2008-R2 in a high safety with automatic failover config. Is there a way to trigger automatic failover of just 1 database? I want to ...
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What is the best way to mirror an ASPState database?

I'm not having issues with the actual mirroring part, but because of the use of temporary tables, IIS is throwing a bit of a wobbler if a failover occurs (I'm still testing a few things, so it's me ...