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side by side upgrade-replication cut over


side by side upgrade-replication cut over

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deep_kkumar
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We are planning to do a side by side upgrade of a prod server. We have replication configured on it. I would like to stop replication when all the transactions are passed on to subscriber. I will be disabling all the logins and jobs, before we stop replication. How to know the data is in sync at both publisher and subscriber?
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Hi,
There are several ways to do it. I use our Redgate SQL Compare to see the data between primary and secondary are identical or not. RedGate SQL Compare is a great way to compare objects between two databases. You can even download and run a trial before suggesting your business to buy one for you...;-)
Hope this will help.
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Replication comes with a utility called "tablediff" - could be what you need. You will find it in a folder something like
C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\COM



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