I am a DBA noob and recently my work has considered to have a disaster recovery plan for their production DB lets say A (sql server 2014 enterprise). The production server A and Disaster recovery server B are in different geographical locations. We have just 10 databases in the production A and each DB size does not exceed 4GB. During the installation, I have changed the default locations to D, E and F respectively and the system databases and tempdb files are stored in D and E drive as well. However I left the root directory as default in C drive in both the servers A and B. I have followed the similar path configuration in Disaster Recovery (DR) server as well.
So my management plan is to make clone copies in Disaster Recovery (B) server of all LUNs that are replicated each hour from production server A. Once this copies ( D and E drive from A) are completed, they are planning to mount these in DR server.
So my question, is this appropriate way to follow Disaster Recovery ? Also, what issues I might face ? I am little worried whether databases will be up and running once this mounting is completed in DR server ? If not what steps should I consider ? Any suggestions highly appreciated.
Data : D:\MSSQL\Data\ Log: E:\MSSQL\Data\ Backup: F:\MSSQL\Backup