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Database mirroring with transactional replication


Database mirroring with transactional replication

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meghna.bhargav
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Hi

Can you please tell how and in what case the combination of Database Mirroring with transactional replication achieved higher availability of the replication stream?

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Is this an interview question?

Anyway, this is more a question for the administration forums.
Furthermore, the question is too vague. There are many types of database mirroring.
But you can start here:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms151799.aspx


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Thanks for the quick response.

I refered to the link earlier and if i understand correct, Database mirroing creates 2 copies of database,one is called principal DB available to client and other is called mirror DB used as StandBy.But Cna you tell me under which critical circumstances , this needs to be done?

Can you please guidE?

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Sorry, but I can't guide, for several reasons:

* I'm not that well versed in high availability, and I don't feel like explaining something that I don't understand fully myself
* high availability is such a big topic, it just can't be explained in a forum post

I can suggest you to pick up a book about SQL Server Administration and read up on the subject.
Or, with some research, you can find all the information readily available online.


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