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any document on Moving databases from One Server to another


any document on Moving databases from One Server to another

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Any document on Moving databases from One Server to another

I have 2 Active Server , I can't stop there Server . I want to move these databases from one server to another server ..lot of DTS packages are running on the Server ..

any document/ Planning Document will be really appreicated ..


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What versions of SQL Server? What kind of environment (clustered, replication)?

A little more information might be helpful.



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What versions of SQL Server? What kind of environment (clustered, replication)?

A little more information might be helpful.


And is it complete server migration? or just few databases? how big those databases are?

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What about a simple backup and restore? Or are you trying to build some sort of deployment mechanism?

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John Paul, please don't duplicate post

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic883258-5-1.aspx#bm883447

now we don't know whether this is SQL 2000 or 2005?

or are you doing one of each?

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Grant Fritchey (3/16/2010)
What about a simple backup and restore? Or are you trying to build some sort of deployment mechanism?


Backup and restore would be my first inclination for users databases. However, if they are moving from SQL 2K to SQL 2K8, there are some other nuances to be addressed (dts, ssis, jobs) that would be different.



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What about a simple backup and restore? Or are you trying to build some sort of deployment mechanism?


Backup and restore would be my first inclination for users databases. However, if they are moving from SQL 2K to SQL 2K8, there are some other nuances to be addressed (dts, ssis, jobs) that would be different.


Even if I was moving between 2K & 2K8, I'd do a backup and restore, but, as you say, stuff before and stuff after. Without knowing what's really desired here, it's all just guess work.

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What about a simple backup and restore? Or are you trying to build some sort of deployment mechanism?


Backup and restore would be my first inclination for users databases. However, if they are moving from SQL 2K to SQL 2K8, there are some other nuances to be addressed (dts, ssis, jobs) that would be different.


Even if I was moving between 2K & 2K8, I'd do a backup and restore, but, as you say, stuff before and stuff after. Without knowing what's really desired here, it's all just guess work.


It's the stuff before and after that has me concerned. Thus agreed, that it is a bunch of guesswork until the Op returns with more info.



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