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Posted Friday, April 25, 2008 4:49 AM
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Disaster Recovery planning

Hello,

I need to implement a good annually disaster recovery pool of tests.
This tests needs to describe the most possible kinds of data base broken.

Some body knows standard procedures?

Txs a lot

Daniel (Barcelona, Spain)
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When I think about DR, I think worst scenario. What if there was a fire at the hosting center and all of the servers are wiped out. What would I do?

That's where I start. Complete loss. If you can cover that in your DR document, there is no issue you can't recover from.

The basic DR recovery though would be table deletion, deleting/updating a whole bunch of rows incorrectly, things like that.
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