Chris Kempster

Chris has been working in the computer industry for around 8 years as an Application Development DBA. He began his career as an Oracle AP then moved into a DBA role using Oracle. From there he has specialised in DBA technical consulting with a focus to both Oracle and SQL Server. Chris has been actively involved with SQL Server since 1999 for a variety of clients and is currently working with a range of large scale internet based development projects.
Visit www.chriskempster.com for further information and his ebook titled "SQL Server 2k for the Oracle DBA".
  • Interests: Mt Biking, playing with my young kids, and IT

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Custom Log Shipping

One of our favorite authors is back with a great how-to on log shipping. This isn't the baked in log shipping, this is a code your own solution that gives you a starting point for your situation. Even if you don't need it now, it's worth looking at to gain a better understanding of how shipping works.

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