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SQL Server Replicated DataBase


SQL Server Replicated DataBase

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jean 93062
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How do you put a replicated data base in as the primary data base?
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What does that mean?



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We have a new client. Their primary computer was acting a the "master database". Their secondary server was hosting the replicated data base. The primary server went down. We needed to know how to turn off the replication process. We did discover the ALTER DATABASE SET PARTNER OFF command for the replicated data base but then they went into "Database (restoring...)" mode and in 12 hours have not come out of that mode. So we managed to get a copy of the original data base off of the primary server and copied that to a new server and now we are using the primary database in a different environment. Is there another command to tell the "master data base" that there is no longer a "PARTNER" also? The primary server is running fine until we turn on SQL and then it is a dog. We think this is a SQL issue and not hardware as we originally expected.
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Okay, this sounds like it is database mirroring not replication.



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Thank you for clarifying. We seem to be up and running again on a replacement computer. We did find out that the previous partner had imbedded virtual servers within virtual servers. What a mess. This SQL server is running in a buried virtual server and there is another virtural server running Exchange inside a virtual small business server. We are untangling it now.
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