I have two 2003 servers with SQL 2000. One is a standby. I have one HUGE database on SAN storage that can only be seen by one server at a time. This is my question.
If the ACTIVE server gets hit by a sledge hammer and I switch to the standby can I
Attach the SAN storage database to the standby SQL knowing that it was NOT Detached from the Server that got hit by the sledge hammer.
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