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mirroring without witness address

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Hello!
   i have 2 DB where the witness address is missing it is our virtual machines, and it is V.V.important
that the mirror is not broken.

1. how to i implement the witness adress
2. If i do it will the mirror be broken?

 Shanj
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Not having your witness server present will not break your Mirroring functionality. But automatic failover wont work. So if you dont like to be your database offline in a event of a primary database failure, it is better to setup another witness server sooner. This would be helpful for you ..

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms365603.aspx
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Hello Kamida!
                 i have a mirror today without witness.

question.

how do i connect it to a witness server? we have also a witnss server .

shaj
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