Nice article! In this article the data is mirrored so a datacorruption problem would also be mirrored. As a DBA I have been concerned withwhat the recovery plan would be if a Share Point database became corrupted, especially anon-content database such as the configdatabase. I understood in older SharePoint versions restoring just the configdatabase to a point in the past of the other databases was not an option. I amnot sure if that is still true or not. What would the DR plan be if, forexample, our config database somehow became unusable? Thanks for any Insight!