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Changing database compatibility level in Availability Group


Changing database compatibility level in Availability Group

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andrew.mcgimpsey
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Hi folks,

Looking to change the compatibility level of a database from 100 to 110 sitting in a 3-node Availability Group. Was curious to know whether the compatibility level would be filtered through the group once changed on the Primary node, or (as i'm pretty sure I will need to do) I would need to remove the database from the Availability Group and then re-add it again after the change has been made.

Thanks in advance.
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I was curious so I tried it, and it filtered straight through on my synchronous AG. Cool. (I changed from 140 to 130 and back again). No need to remove the database from the AG.

The change was reflected in the error log of the primary node but not the secondary (which makes sense).
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