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how many DR types there are? could you name 3 of them?
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Yes I could... but since this is likely an interview question or homework question and one of the skills a DBA must demonstrate is how to find out answers to questions he/she may not know, I'd recommend you hit Google, Yahoo, and Bing. ;-)

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Jeff is right, and he also answered the list of 3 things you wanted.

Google, Yahoo, Bing.............. Bingo! ;-)


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There's a whole section in BOL on high availability that covers the ways SQL Server handles this.

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MSDN, Technet and various blogs also have the content.



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Hi,

If you are not expecting answer to interview question, there are many DR plans. Before deciding on anything you ask yourself

• Incase of failure how much data loss can I afford
• Incase of failure, how much downtime can I afford

Then decide on type of recovery plan that meets your requirement. Cool

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pleasehelpme (12/21/2009)
how many DR types there are? could you name 3 of them?


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DR Types? - surely "Oops" and "Aaaargh!".

Oh, that's two. Better add "Checksum failure"...


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High availability are also DR types:

1.Clustering
2.Mirroring
3.Log shipping

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