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Ganapathi's MSSQLLover

Ganapathi Varma is an MCP Lead Database Administrator and Blogger. He works as Lead SQL Server DBA for CtrlS Datacenters pvt ltd, Asia's only Tier 4 datacenter. He is responsible for managing thousands of SQL instances providing database managed services, High Availability and Disaster Recovery. Other than SQL Server, he is also expertised in different datacenter technologies. He is the owner of MSSQLLover blog and he is fully dedicated to the SQL Server community. You can also visit the mssqllover fb page for more SQL blogs and follow FB group: SQLHyderabad.

Archives: April 2017

The Connection to the Primary Replica is not Active

In this post, I’m going to talk an issue that I found when joining replica or database on secondary replica to availability group.  This error mostly appears when we try to join the adding replica to availability group or database to availability group using GUI and T-SQL.

Error 1


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9 comments, 1,455 reads

Posted in Ganapathi's MSSQLLover on 18 April 2017

Step by Step Configuring a Dedicated Network for Availability Group

One of my clients came up with the requirement to isolate the replication traffic from the public network. The advantage of using a separate network for replication is reduced latency and replication can still run without any latency issues during times of heavy network traffic issued by other applications or…

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4 comments, 783 reads

Posted in Ganapathi's MSSQLLover on 10 April 2017

Step by Step Configuring AlwaysOn with Log Shipping

One of my clients came up with a requirement to use log shipping along with an AlwaysOn Availability Group. They cannot extend an AlwaysOn replica to the disaster recovery site for a few reasons listed below;
  • Infrastructure or staffing to maintain WSFC configurations between different sites
  • Delayed Recovery – In…

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6 comments, 633 reads

Posted in Ganapathi's MSSQLLover on 4 April 2017