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Availability Groups are a new feature of SQL Server 2012 that provide continuous data synchronization, automatic failover and secondary read access for one or many SQL Server databases.

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HADR high worker thread usage

Why would an availability group's number of worker threads in an HADR pool increase well beyond minimum usage of "typically, there are 3–10 shared threads" per replica? In one case we've observed ...
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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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Safely drop master key

I've restored a database in my Dev environment (SQL version 14.0.1000.169) and I'm using the wizard to create a "Availability Groups", when I try to select the database, I get a pop up "This database ...
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Always On DTC Support on new database?

Is it possible in SQL Server 2016 Enterprise to add a new database to an Always On availability group and have it enabled for DTC support without recreating the AG? Our Availability Group is already ...
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SQL Server logins “un-sync” when Availability Group fails over

I have 2 SQL Servers in an Availability Group. The logins are manually synced – same SID, same Password Hash, etc. on both replicas – and the user can log in via the listener to the primary replica. ...
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On-prem Availability Group secondary replica for Azure SQL Managed Instance

I am investigating migrating an on-premises SQL Server availability group to an Azure SQL Managed Instance (2 databases, 600 tables, 3TB, of which 2TB is blobs). A significant amount of on-premises ...
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Database not able to resume data movement

For some unknown reason, a few of my databases went into a Not Synchronizing / Recovery Pending state on my secondary node in my AG. I was able to resume data movement on all of them except one. I ...
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Upgrade and migrate SQL Server 2014 AlwaysOn AGs to SQL Server 2016, using the existing WSFC name

Here are the components: WSFC Name: SQLPROD1 Existing Nodes in this "cluster": SQL2014OnSite and SQL2014OffSite New Nodes to be added (?) to SQLPROD1: SQL2016OnSite and SQL2016OffSite All 4 servers ...
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Mysterious alwaysOn breakage on SQL Server 2012

I've just bumped into a new situation regarding alwaysOn availability. We have a setup with a large database (terabyte range) with one primary and one secondary replica. Geographically the servers are ...
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SQL Server High Availability and Sharepoint - log file grows when no database activity

Just started as a dba with a company running SQL Server 2012 High Availability and SharePoint. Short description: Database with no user activity still has growing log file. Long description: They ...
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Connection timeout via AlwaysOn Listener IP on local computer

I have AlwaysOn availability group and it has one Listener IP. I can connect this instance using Listener name but, cannot connect using Listener IP from my local computer. It returns following error ...
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Incremental statistics with failover

We have two AlwaysOn availability replicas - secondary readable. We do have an incremental statistics on a large table. When a failover happens, SQL Server tries to update statistics on that table ...
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SQL Server 2014 Availability Group failed

I have 3 servers on VMware workstation: Win 2012 R2 as ADDC -Cluster service. Win 2012 R2 as SQL server primary replica . Win 2012 R2 as SQL server secondary replica (auto fail-over). My ...
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SQL Server 2012 Explicit transactions taking time with Always on Setup

We have a weird issue while we setup the AlwaysOn on Azure VM. We have explicit transactions in our stored procedures, and which are causing some delays and blocking when till the time we get the ...
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Applying (log backup) LSNs to the secondary node of an Availability Group

I have a test instance configured as always-on go down today due to a restart of the primary node and the file-share going down together. I had a bunch of problems in order to get the secondary ...
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behavior of a Sql Server availability group listener and a jdbc client during a failover?

i have a question about the behavior of the AG listener during a failover... when the failover happens, I realize that all the connections on both primary and secondaries are closed. if the client ...
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TransactionLog not getting truncated in AlwaysOn Cluster

Folks, stuck with a wierd transaction log truncation(reuse) problem in an AlwaysOn cluster and running out of options, the transaction log is not getting truncated and keeps growing. Only one database ...
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Upgrade with DistributedAG vs adding a node with SQL Server 2019

We would like to migrate from SQL Server 2016 to SQL Server 2019. The databases are part of an Availability Group. I added a new replica using SQL Server 2019 on a new node and made that replica ...
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Missing log block for availability database in SQL Server 2016

I've recently begun receiving alerts like this one: Always On Availability Groups transport has detected a missing log block for availability database "myDb". LSN of last applied log block is (xxxx:...
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Secondary Database Replica in Reverting/InRecovery (Long time)

Reposted from: https://www.sqlservercentral.com/forums/topic/secondary-database-replica-in-reverting-inrecovery-long-time Hi, One of my AG secondary replica has been in reverting/in recovery for ...
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The fulltext filter daemon host (FDHost) process stops abnormally on SQL Alwayson Cluster

We added a new SQL Always-On Cluster (FCI) 2017 and some of the databases needed full text filter service. So we also added that feature to the install. Ever since we did that we have been getting ...
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What is the difference between sys.dm_hadr_ tables and sys.availability_groups / sys.availability_replicas?

Browsing around some sys tables, I see: sys.dm_hadr_availability_replica_cluster_nodes.group_name = sys.availability_groups.name and sys.dm_hadr_availability_replica_cluster_nodes....
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Distributed Availability Group Endpoint_URL Setup Question

I have two sites: SiteA and SiteB. Both sites are running SQL Server 2017 Enterprise v14.0.3048.4 on Windows 2012. Both sites are linked with a dedicated VPN connection. We have a series of ...
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Asynchronous availability groups not synchronizing on SQL Server on Ubuntu

I installed SQL Server 2017 on Ubuntu and setup an availability group with cluster type = "None". I set the "Availability" Mode to "Synchronous commit" and tested it. It works fine. All transactions ...
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DATABASE lacks a quorum of nodes for high availability

Just after setting up successfully alwayson - availability group, testing the failover, I get this error message: TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Failed to resume data movement in ...
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Connection to availability group listener on non-default port doesn't require port to be specified

I inherited some 2016 SQL Servers with an availability group and listener. The SQL instances are set up to use port 30001, and the AG listener is also set up to use port 30001. When I connect using ...
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Failure to create availability group

I"m having a problem creating a new Availability group in a windows cluster. I have 3 nodes in the cluster. Two nodes are running as a FCI and a single stand-alone node that's a member of the windows ...
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Migrating a SQL Server 2014 AG to a new 2017 AG

Our current production server runs on SQL Server 2014 AlwaysOn AG. We are planning to upgrade it to SQL Server 2017 AlwaysOn. Due to the configuration issues with the present cluster, we can not use ...
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Secondary Replica Read-Only Routing via Linked Server working from one server, but not the other

I have been given the task of setting up a read-only linked server on ServerA to Availability Group listener ListnerX. ListnerX points to ServerY or ServerZ (ServerY is usually the primary). Read-only ...
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Snapshot isolation transaction failed in database '%.*ls' because the object accessed by the statement has been modified by a DDL statemen

We have a three node AlwaysOn availability group with Node 3 being used for reporting. There is a job which runs on Node 3 and queries a bunch of tables and selects data out and it runs every three ...
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Implementing HA for SQL Server for a .NET Application that uses MS DTC

My production environment uses MS DTC and SQL Server 2014. I must have an HA solution such as Mirroring or AG in place. (Not FCI). I am trying to explain to my team that MS DTC is not supported by ...
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Veeam HotAdd causing Worker Thread Exhaustion

I have a SQL 2012 Always ON AG with 2 nodes and a file share witness. We have 207 Customer DBs in the AG on a box with 12 Cores and Instance configured for 60 GB RAM. I have 1 Secondary configured ...
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Add shared folder to AlwaysOn AG Failover

We have setup a 2 node Synchronous AG with automatic failover to provide HA for our ERP application (Dynamics GP) The GP desktop client loads a number of shared reports and dictionaries from a file ...
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Lease Timeout VS HealthCheck Timeout - AlwaysON

After all the reading this is what I understood. Is it correct? LeaseTimeout is a simple heartbeat between SQL Server resource DLL and the SQL Server instance. HealthCheck Timeout is related to ...
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MSSQL Page Split Spike on AlwaysOn Readable Secondary

Recently I caught a massive page-split spike on an AlwaysOn Secondary instance that was not mimicked in any way by the active primary. I'm interested in what might cause this on a readable secondary ...
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Replication log reader not updated to new primary after availability group failover

We set up transactional replication on a database that is part of an AlwaysOn Availability Group on our work environment: The primary is SP1 and the secondary replica is SS2. The distributor is on ...
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How to remove a listener IP from a SQL Availability Group Listener by T-SQL

The title says it all. I have an availability group that was a multiple subnet, but now the environment have changed ,all replicas exist within a single subnet. How to remove the superfluous second ...
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AlwaysOn Multi Subnet Configuration

Environment Two Nodes A & B A - Site/Subnet 1 B - Site/Subnet 2 File Share - at Site 3 We have an AG listener that has two IP addresses spanning the two subnets (1 up, the other down ...
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How to use a different vlan for mirroring in an availability group

I want to setup the following with SQL Server 2014 Enterprise and Windows Server 2012 R2. I have two nodes and a fileshare for witness. Both are virtual machines in the same vsphere cluster. To minize ...
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How to avoid Network issues for SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn

I have SQL Server 2012 and have setup AlwaysOn for High Availability. The infrastructure is on Azure VM's. After moving to this setup, we are frequently observing Network issues which either causes ...
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SQL Server Always On Failover Cluster Design

I have two databases. One I'd like to set up in an availability group between two servers (two instances, one on each server). The database is not huge and I'm not expecting it to grow exponentially....
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Alwayson Database Recovery Failure during TDE encryption

Last week I enabled TDE encryption on my AlwaysOn Availability Group databases of SQL Server 2012. During the encryption of one of the larger databases, bigDB (~200gb) a failover event occurred. Of ...
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SQL Server Management Studio with Multi subnet HADR cluster

We are starting to deploy Multi-Subnet HADR AlwaysOn clusters for our environment. Using MultiSubnetFailover=True in application connection strings works. However, SSMS connections require manual ...
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SQL Server 2012 High availability Groups for OLTP and Reporting environments

I would like to seek your advice in designing a high availability architecture at my current work place. We are moving to SQL Server 2012 platform and we currently have a set of OLTP databases ...
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always on availability group with different speed disks

I'm looking to set up SQL Server 2012 installation with an Always On Availability Group, where the 'passive' replica will be hosted at another site on the WAN and using synchronous data commit - the ...
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What is correct process to physically move an availability replica to another location

Current situation is we have 3 SQL Servers with one availablity group and we plan on moving one of the secondary replicas out of HQ to another location. There will be the span of a few hours between ...
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SQL Server connection with multiSubnetFailover fails, claims mirroring is enabled

I have two SQL Server instances in an availability group. They are not mirrored. I'm trying to connect to the AG using the MS JDBC drivers (4.0) with a connection string including multiSubnetFailover=...
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GHOST_CLEANUP not freeing up space on SQL Server Availability Group

Had a problem in my SQL Server Cluster for 2 weeks, I had the GHOST_CLEANUP process running 24/7 never stopping even if the users were doing nothing. I was checking the "Free Space" parameter in the ...
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Why am I seeing poor performance on SQL server 2019 and asynchronous AlwaysOn

I have recently migrated a 2008 sql dB that’s about 170 GB to 2019 with asynchronous always on. The application that uses this dB hits it pretty hard and I’m seeing an increase of about 2 ms on every ...
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SQL server AlwaysOn alternate option for readintent=true

I know applications need certain(newest) version of ODBC drivers to connect an AlwaysOn SQL instance replica and to use the option "applicationIntent= readonly" Now my question is , if some ...

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