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Configure disaster recovery across SharePoint farms by using SQL Server log shipping

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This article describes how to use Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Microsoft SQL Server 2008 log shipping to create a disaster recovery farm in a geographically distributed data center for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with Service Pack 2 (SP2). By using this configuration, you can provide a disaster recovery site that provides current search results when a failover occurs. The article assumes that you are familiar with the concepts and terms presented in Plan for availability (Office SharePoint Server).

2009-10-09

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Disaster Recovery for SQL Server Databases

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High-Availability depends on how quickly you can recover a production system after an incident that has caused a failure. This requires planning, and documentation. If you get a Disaster Recovery Plan wrong, it can make an incident into a catastrophe for the business. Hugo Shebbeare discusses some essentials, describes a typical system, and provides sample documentation.

2009-09-14

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