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Posted Wednesday, October 24, 2012 8:51 PM
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I am looking for a quick procedure where I can sync my primary and dr servers for logins and jobs automatically everyday.

I have around 100 of the primary instacnes.

I donot want to use the default SSIS procedures because creating them for each pair will take time.

Do we have any such functionalty in CMS server of 2008?
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Posted Wednesday, October 24, 2012 11:31 PM
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Hello Namit,

If you are using Database Mirroring or Log Shipping for DR , you can create the logins with same SID as prod on DR server. That will automatically sync the logins on DR Server when you will recover your DR dbs.

Not too sure how you can automate Jobs syncing.

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Posted Thursday, October 25, 2012 9:30 AM
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sehgalnamit (10/24/2012)
I am looking for a quick procedure where I can sync my primary and dr servers for logins and jobs automatically everyday.

I have around 100 of the primary instacnes.

I donot want to use the default SSIS procedures because creating them for each pair will take time.

Do we have any such functionalty in CMS server of 2008?


Fr the jobs, I don't see how you can run such automated daily sync from within the CMS without involving something like powershell. Then again, you will need to put in more effort - which is what you're trying to avoid.
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Posted Monday, November 5, 2012 1:00 AM


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what exactly do you mean by syncing ? drop and then create on destination side ?
additionally here u need to do some brick work to create some script which will run at certain time (u decide it) then apply those script on dest server with linked server feature . you can find the scritps with search keyword " print sql jobs" like on web.but YES you need good efforts to do this.


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