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Database Mirroring

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Chandhini
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Hi,

I would like to see the updated changes in the mirrored database that the change i made in principal.
so i stopped mirroring. The mirrored database is in norecovery mode.
how can i see the changes in mirrored server. any way to see the data?

Note: Two instances have been created on the same server for db mirroring and implemented mirroring.
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Hi

I would restart your mirroring.

The easiest way to check that the mirror is being updated in to use the sql database mirroring monitor. (this will tell you if the databases are syncing and synchronised.

If you actually want to see that the data exist in the mirror then best thing to do is failover the principle

ALTER DATABASE ????? SET PARTNER FAILOVER



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You can also create a database snapshot on the mirror to avoid failover - if you're on Ent or Dev edition.
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By Stopping mirrorring you will not be able to see the changes.
To see the changes.
1.Make note of the changes you want to see.
2.Failover the mirroring, now you should see the original principal server as mirrored and the mirrored server as principal,synchronising.
3.Check for the changes in the new principal server.

Pavan.
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Thanks for the replies...
let me try to do fail over mirroring....

Thank you once again...

Regards,
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Thank you SQL Expertise..

i tried Mirroring failover to verify the data is updated in mirrored database.
it has come:-)
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Hi,

One of our company client has already configured the mirroring but there is no witness server so i want to confirm if the principle server goes down or damaged then will it changes the mirrored server to principal server?

Thank you.
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farrukh635 (3/31/2012)
Hi,

One of our company client has already configured the mirroring but there is no witness server so i want to confirm if the principle server goes down or damaged then will it changes the mirrored server to principal server?


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