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what is the recommended recovery state for ASPState?
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does MS have any official reco on it if it should be SIMPLE or FULL?
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does MS have any official reco on it if it should be SIMPLE or FULL?
No.  It really depends on your specific situation and your SLAs.  If you need to be able to do a point-in-time restore than you need to use FULL RECOVERY MODEL.  If on the other hand you can always use the previous nights full backup than SIMPLE is the way to go.  The downside if you choose to use FULL is that you have to implement Transaction Log backups.
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