Can refer to disks in a RAID-1 configuration, or low-latency database replication strategies.

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Database Mirroring Failure Reasons

I was wondering if there is any information on what scenarios might cause a DB Mirror to have to be recreated? I am attempting to research how sturdy the technology is and under what scenarios do we ...
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Impact of an Asynchronous Mirror / Full Recovery Model on Performance

For an asynchronous mirror in SQL Server 2008 R2, using the full recovery model is required. Assuming that the network and disk IO on both sides of the Mirror can keep up with the transaction logs ...
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Database mirroring - Witness only

In SQL Server 2008 R2 Express the only mirroring alternative is "Witness only", however I can't find a good explenation to what this is. I would like to have a database on a virtual server and then ...
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Breaking and Restoring a mirror

I have to do some maintenance on a secondary node of a mirror. Since this is the result of the site becoming slow while the mirror re-established after a brief network outage I want to be safe and ...
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Database Mirroring of SQL server

I have two databases that are mirrored to another server using database mirroring. The mirror server has to be down for some reason for few days. Now, the production server is having principal ...