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Housekeeping tasks when mirroring and log shipping

Posted on 2013-01-29
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Hi Again

Can anyone tell me if there are any housekeeping tasks that should not be performed when mirroring and / or log shipping?

I am currently running (on the principle);

Check db integrity,
Rebuild Index
Reorganise Index
Update statistics

Along with a full back up and the various clean up tasks.

I am not seeing any issues as such at the moment, but have seen a number of people reporting that rebuilding and reorganising indexes can break log shipping - are we currently being lucky?

Your thoughts, as always, are greatfully received.

Sue
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yes, you are currently being lucky.. :)
Reindex\mains on secondary DB-- should not ..

as long your transactions, fast network, CPU\Memory  and free space under control: seems it is OK in your case : good job!



 just in case:

Logship a large transaction log due to reindexing
http://www.sql-server-performance.com/forum/threads/logship-a-large-transaction-log-due-to-reindexing.23309/

Reindexing Job with Log Shipping configuration
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/ta/sqldisasterrecovery/thread/03fa4a98-e668-4612-aaac-a55658fa017b
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