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Basic difference between log shipping and mirroring


Basic difference between log shipping and mirroring

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Hi

I have some basic doubts between mirroring and log shipping .I know there is net but i didn`t proper result.In log shipping one have transactional backups occurring and then those backups files are shipped to secondary which are then restored.

how is this carried out in mirroring , i mean where are this log files and how are they shipped
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anoop.mig29 (9/25/2013)
how is this carried out in mirroring , i mean where are this log files and how are they shipped


Automatically. In mirroring the log records are sent across continually.

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how is this carried out in mirroring , i mean where are this log files and how are they shipped


Automatically. In mirroring the log records are sent across continually.


but where are this log files kept

I mean in logshipping there is folder where log files backups are stored but i donot see in any folder in which mirror log files are stored.

Second how this log are sent i mean using sql agent or through any other way
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anoop.mig29 (9/25/2013)
but where are this log files kept


Where ever you choose to put the log backups that you take. Mirroring doesn't use log backups, so where they go is irrelevant. I imagine you'll put them with the rest of your backups

Second how this log are sent i mean using sql agent or through any other way


They're sent automatically across the mirroring end points that you set up when you configured mirroring.

May I suggest google and look for a good article on the basics of mirroring?

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anoop.mig29 (9/25/2013)
but where are this log files kept


Where ever you choose to put the log backups that you take. Mirroring doesn't use log backups, so where they go is irrelevant. I imagine you'll put them with the rest of your backups

Second how this log are sent i mean using sql agent or through any other way


They're sent automatically across the mirroring end points that you set up when you configured mirroring.

May I suggest google and look for a good article on the basics of mirroring?



hi i know google but can u suggest one
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I don't have links to any offhand. I use google for that.

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