How to move a log shipping database to a new monitor server without removing and rebuilding the log shipping setup.
When you’re reading from a log shipped secondary, you want the duration of restores to be as short as possible. The sproc provided switches the restores to “NORECOVERY” mode, and then switch back to “STANDBY” at the end of the process.
A look at a SQL script solution that can help you easily fail over and back from log shipping scenarios.
I want to temporarily use a Log Shipped secondary database for Read Only operations, but Log Shipping was not configured for read only operations. I don't want to reconfigure Log Shipping, so is there a way to do this without redoing Log Shipping.
The code in this tip will demonstrate how to continue SQL Server Log Shipping after a file has been added to the primary SQL Server database.
When pushing a major release to a large production database, you want to know that you'll be able to rollback changes if the need arises. These are some simple steps which we can follow to ensure that we don't have to reconfigure log shipping all over again thereby saving time and ensuring systems are not affected when rolling back changes.