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SQL 2008 R2 Database going to recovery mode

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Dear All,

  I have database which is 1 TB in size running under SQL 2008 R2 enterprise and configured for DB mirroring, each time I restart my server or service the Database is going for recovery for 45 minutes  or more, can someone advise me what is the reason and how to troubleshoot it


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Hey,

Have a look see here...

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/d08a0035-db93-4ef3-b357-d7825040107a/database-in-recovery-every-time-i-restart-sql-server-service?forum=sqldatabaseengine

Are your transaction log backups being done regularly? So you need to decrease the log backups interval? so there is less to recover at SQL Server Service startup?

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by:David Todd
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Hi,

Have you looked at the article Tony suggested?

Or considered his advice to reduce the time between log backups? I've seen Brent Ozar blog about taking a transaction log backup every minute.

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  David
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This is standard behaviour.  At startup the server will check all the transaction logs to ensure that the DB is in a consistent state.  As the other posters have said, back up the logs more frequently to reduce the amount that have to be processed at startup.
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