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how to migration sql server 2000 master and msdb database to other sql server 2000 between different...


how to migration sql server 2000 master and msdb database to other sql server 2000 between different machine

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eric.tai
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Dear all

how to migration sql server 2000 "master" and "msdb" database to other sql server 2000 between different machines ?
thanks a lot . :-)

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Eric
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I wouldn't recommend moving the system DBs from one server to another. What are you trying to do?

Gail Shaw
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Hello Gail

I want to clone one same sql server instance and dbs in other machine.
Have you any other good methods ?

BR
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Gail is correct, It is not best practice to move\restore system databases. If i understood correct you want the same objects on both servers correct? If thats the case here is the easiest way achieve your goal .

Script out all the objects in source server, the objects you need to script out are.

Logins, Jobs, Operators, Linked server connections, Alerts, Proxies if exists, Publishers\Subscribers if sources servers is involved in replication.

Enjoy!

EnjoY!
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