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Are Basic Availability Groups a reliable HA solution without integrity checks on the secondary replica?

We have a few Basic Availability groups in production and I've been reading about the limitations of them. I'm concerned about the following limitations: No backups on secondary replica. No integrity ...
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High availability primary does not automatically take secondary role when back online

Setup: Basic high availability 2 replicas (1 primary, 1 secondary). DB01 => initial primary. DB02 => initial secondary Synchronous commit on both Both are in synchronized state There is no ...
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Automatic Failover for Basic Availability Group

This will be my first project with Basic availability group so I thought would check before implementing . As per Microsoft documentation below it says we will need to have Software assurance for ...
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Always On Basic Availability Groups stuck as primary on both replicas

I configured Always on basic availability groups on my SQL Server 2019 Standard instances. One as our production machine and the second as a DR machine. I have primary set to synchronous commit and DR ...
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DB_CHAINING lost on on planned Availability Group failover for SQL Server 2019 cumulative update

I'm looking for ideas on how to determine a plausible root cause for DB_CHAINNG problems encountered when we recently performed a planned AG failover. We're using SQL Server 2019 Standard Edition with ...
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SQL Server Basic Availability group: one or zero listener for multiple AG

In my testing of SQL Server 2019 Basic Availiiblity Group on Ubuntu 20.04, I successfully created AG1 for DB1 and AG2 for DB2 with only AG1 config'ed with listener IP. But when I use sqlcmd to test, I ...
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SQL Always on High Availabity Groups Multi Subnet

SQL 2017 Standard in SQL always on two node Basic AG. There are two DNS records for the listener with the different subnet IP's The servers are across subnets and we have hit issues with an ...
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SQL Server Basic Availability Group: config-only replica?

In SQL Server Basic Availability Groups docs, I found this interesting line: Basic Availability Groups for SQL Server 2017 on Linux support an additional configuration only replica. What is a ...
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Should we manually failover again if the node which was originally a primary role and went down recovered?

We have an SQL Server 2016 standard edition with Basic Availability Groups(BAG) setup between dbserver1 and dbserver2. This is our first time to implement the BAG and wanted to know what to do in a ...
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Can I do a combination of SQL Server Basic availability groups with SQL Replication?

I need to use SQL Server Standard 2016 to keep the costs low but achieve HA. In addition we need to have two Read nodes for reporting purposes. I am wondering if I can use SQL Server Replication to ...
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Replication with Always On availability groups

I have a three server set up: SQL01 – Primary server SQL02 – Secondary server SQL04 – Remote distribution server SQL04 – Subscribe SQL01 / SQL02 DB's are part of basic availability groups and i am ...
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Availability Group Listener Loses Connectivity on Failover

I have 2 SQL server 2016 standard Servers. Production (SRV1). For reporting (SRV2) Both servers are nodes in WSFC. SRV1 replicates the production database (DB1) to SRV2 with the distributor ...