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SQL mirroring for SharePoint 2010

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What are the steps to follow to add an additional database server later for mirroring the db of an exsiting sharepoint 2010 set up?
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I am specifically looking for this scenario;
1. sharepoint 2010 (SQL 2008 R2)
2. Implement mirroring later to an exisitng setup
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The following link has some useful info regarding setting up mirroring for an existing DB. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff628962.aspx
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Thats good.
Can you help on finding a step by step guide on implementing mirroring for sharepoint 2010.
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