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Using High Availability to move to a new server?


Using High Availability to move to a new server?

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Thanks everyone for the replys, I am looking at all these options!

In regards to recreating logins and resetting SIDs:

All the logins and service accounts are using domain accounts. I have setup the test/dev server with all the required logins and service accounts. Do I still need to look at restting SIDs? I dont have login accounts that will access any other servers or resources outside of their SQL server. (I do know the credentials created for a few jobs will need to be recreated)
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wb.spiekerdoyle (9/11/2012)
Thanks everyone for the replys, I am looking at all these options!

In regards to recreating logins and resetting SIDs:

All the logins and service accounts are using domain accounts. I have setup the test/dev server with all the required logins and service accounts. Do I still need to look at restting SIDs? I dont have login accounts that will access any other servers or resources outside of their SQL server. (I do know the credentials created for a few jobs will need to be recreated)


You don't have to worry about SID if you're using domain accounts and they're on the same domain.
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Great Thanks!
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MysteryJimbo (9/11/2012)
Mirroring has an processing overhead on the principle server which can, and does, have a performance impact on high TPS servers. I've seen it and discounted this technology for this reason.


I have never seen this on my production boxes. What I've seen, and on SQL 2005, was some latency issues.

But as a temporary solution to migrate big databases with minimum downtime, I think Mirroring is really good.
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