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Posted Friday, October 15, 2010 8:38 AM
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Hi friends,

4 days back i was just doing some r&d on my test servers first i mirrored on both the server like one is principal and another one is mirror server and witness itself principal server. After that i removed mirroring on both the servers completely.
And created log shipping on both the server, without monitor server. This also i removed completely from both the servers.

Today i m reading about the database bakup and restore on mircorsoft msdn. I thought to do some r&d of incremental update and restore it on a different server. So i make a database on server1 and went to second server to make same database on that also. What i saw there was same databse name and tables and contents are there already.

Once more i checked is there any mirroring or any logshipping is there but i hvn't found any mirroring and logshipping over there.

Can any one assist me pls what will happen with my both servers.

Thanks in advance.

& sorry for my bad english.

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Posted Friday, October 15, 2010 8:57 AM


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When you created the log shipping, it created the database(s) on the second server, and starting the log shipping to them.

When you deleted the log shipping, all you deleted was the physical act of shipping/recovering the transaction logs. The database(s) on the second server are still there. (You might find that they are in a norecovery or standby state).


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Posted Friday, October 15, 2010 9:06 AM
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Thank you all.
i sovle my problem after run
Restore database dbname with recovery;



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