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Disaster Recovery and SQL 2005

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Hi All,

Im setting up a DR server and need to replicate our SQL Database's from the master DC to the DR DC. I have not installed SQL on the DR server yet, just in case I should be setting up different then a standalone version.

Can anyone assist me?

Marc
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What do you plan on using to move data from your master to your slave system?
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Hi,

To be honest, I was really exspecting you to tell me how to do it. I could use DFS replication or some other form of replication/copy software. But I was kind of exspacting it to be built into SQL some how.

Can I just simply copy the database from one DC to another? I would think it would be harder than that. Microsoft software normally is.

Marc
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OK, no problem.  

If I were you, I would setup log shipping.  It is a cheap, built in option and you don't have tohave the enterprise version to do it.
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Hi,

I will give it a go. Get back to later with the outcome.

Marc
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sounds good...hope it works out for you.  I use it frequently.
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Hi chapmandew,

We have got it all up and running now. Thank you for your help.

Marc
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you're welcome.
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