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SQL SERVER 2008 R2 transaction log shipping


SQL SERVER 2008 R2 transaction log shipping

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Thanks for the details. I see that we had replication between the source and destination servers. Is it like mandatory to remove the replication and then setup transactional logshipping for sqlserver 2008 R2.

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sanku.raghuram (2/4/2014)
I see that we had replication between the source and destination servers. Is it like mandatory to remove the replication and then setup transactional logshipping for sqlserver 2008 R2.


No, replication and log shipping work fine together.

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please don't go back and amend posts, you have made it look like I have refused to help you for no reason

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Sorry for mis confusion and comming to Shawpoint-- you mean replication and transaction logshipping will work together.

In that which order we go fist ,,

i mean first setup snapshot replication and then followed by transaction log shipping or vice-versa.

I have deleted the replication before the transaction log shipping betweeb source and destination [SQL SERVER 2008 R2]

but replication some how was still shoowing on destination server replication folder.

and when i HAVE set the log shipping on the destination server the logs are getting skipped this is production.

I need to again test it.

need assistance???????????
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sanku.raghuram (2/5/2014)
Sorry for mis confusion and comming to Shawpoint-- you mean replication and transaction logshipping will work together.

In that which order we go fist ,,


Yes they do and either order. They don't conflict with each other so it doesn't really matter.

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Hi Shaw,

Thanks sharing the details. I have one more question. I see that I have set the restore job to happen 2 min dalay.
so when my job runs first it skipped the transaction logs but when I again ran it it restored it.

do i need to wait for 2 min to be over. do you think that the reason for the log getting skipped.

Please respond as the earliest.

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if you set up a delay then the log will not restore until that delay time has passed

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sanku.raghuram (2/6/2014)
Thanks sharing the details. I have one more question. I see that I have set the restore job to happen 2 min dalay.
so when my job runs first it skipped the transaction logs but when I again ran it it restored it.

do i need to wait for 2 min to be over. do you think that the reason for the log getting skipped.


No idea to be honest. As long as it does restore and allows you to stat within your SLAs I wouldn't worry too much.

Please respond as the earliest.


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What do u mean I am your employee?

sry for the confusion, Not sure seems like you mis undetstood, I am requesting to get the information if possibble sooner.
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