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Failover

I saw a note from someone that had a database set up in a High Availability (HA) configuration for production. This person had received an 823 error on the primary server, but a failover hadn’t occurred. This wasn’t a critical … Continue reading

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Zero Downtime for 2016

I’ve never felt that zero downtime is possible for a system over any length of time. There are no shortage of companies that seek to prove me wrong, and some are doing very well. For example, when is the last … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #60 – Something New Learned

It’s been five years, and that’s amazing. Not many things last for a year, much less five, but the T-SQL Tuesday party, started by Adam Machanic (B|T)., has been amazing and lots of fun for me. This month, Chris Yates … Continue reading

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Multiple AGs

Today was my pre-con with Allan Hirt on AlwaysOn. It was great, and I learned a few things. I knew a bit about AGs, but Allan has a ton of experience, and he talked about some architectural things that I … Continue reading

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