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Posted Friday, July 4, 2014 6:22 AM
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Hi,
I have a problem with database mirroring. There are two servers one PrimaryServer1, and FailoverSever1. I am able to configure the mirroring successfully. There is one table with some data. While application is running this table is being updated. I am able to see the updates in that table; suddenly I observed the updated data is erased, after some time I found that the Failoverserver1 system dates time is more than 12 hours compare to PrimaryServer1.
Here I have two questions
1. Because of date issue, that data is vanished?
2. After removing the Mirroring also, I am able to see the same behavior in PrimaryServer1.
Still I am unable to identify the issue, can anybody the help me out to resolve this issue.
Environment: Windows Server 2008 and Sql Server 2008 R2.
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Sai
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If the data is disappearing when the server is stand alone, no mirroring, then mirroring isn't the problem.

If the data is committed and then disappears it usually means someone has deleted the data. If you can, you may want to consider looking at some form of auditing. You could use triggers on the table to audit data changes. You could look at Change Data Capture as well.



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