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Database is Synchronizing & Log Backup


Database is Synchronizing & Log Backup

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shohelr2003
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Dear,
When the principal database is in "synchronizing" state and then I take a log backup. What would actually happen?

Do I need to restore that log backup to the mirror database or not? Please let me know.


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Same things that happens any other time you take a log backup, nothing special.

I wouldn't try restoring the log unless you're doing the initial setup of the mirroring

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@Gila Monster,
Thanks for your help. I have already configured database mirroring. So, its not a new setup.

Actually I took a log backup of principal database when it was on the "Synchronizing" state. So I was afraid of whether it makes any difference with respect to "Synchronizing" and "Synchronized" state.
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No difference

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GilaMonster (1/30/2014)
No difference

Thanks. That's Great!
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