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Hybrid: SQL AlwaysOn Availability Group

Giải pháp AlwaysOn Availability Group luôn cung cấp cho một nhóm database của bạn tính sẵn sàng cao bằng cách thêm vào 1 bản sao chép. 1,284 more words


AlwaysOn availability groups

Always on Availability groups offer the best in redundancy offered by Microsoft.  They are rock solid, relatively straightforward, and can be set up by a good DBA in hours. 25 more words


Failover Time-Prediction

In the previous post, we learned the basic definition of SQL’s new feature AlwaysOn and the various events that occur when a failover happens.

Today, we will learn how SQL Database engine predicts the time involved during the failover which can be very helpful for deciding the… 756 more words


AlwaysOn Failover Cluster- Explanation

To Start learning about the new SQL Server 2012 feature AlwaysOn lets start with basic study about the Windows Server Failover Clustering.

WSFC is a server feature which is used for the high availability for the critical applications. 333 more words


SQL\PowerShell - How to add database into an availability group

Using PowerShell, connect to the primary replica and run the following commands

Import-Module SQLPS

$DatabaseBackupFile = “\\server\shared_folder\<database_name>.bak”
$LogBackupFile = “\\server\shared_folder\<database_name>.trn”
$MyAgPrimaryPath = “SQLSERVER:\SQL\InstanceSQL1\AvailabilityGroups\availability_group_name”
$MyAgSecondaryPath = “SQLSERVER:\SQL\InstanceSQL2\AvailabilityGroups\availability_group_name” 62 more words


Synchronize Logins on AlwaysOn Replicas

–By Lori Brown   @SQLSupahStah

At one of my clients who has an AlwaysOn failover cluster, I noticed as I was checking up on things on the secondary replica that there were several fewer Windows and SQL logins on the secondary than on the primary. 1,354 more words

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