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PostYour Always On Availability Group Databases Have Huge Log Files. What Do You Do?

Imagine getting a phone call in the middle of the night. While still figuring out who it was on the other line, you get a text message from your manager. He’s telling you that the databases are offline and that the operations team have been working on it for the past hour. But they’re stumped […]

PostThe Problem With Most How-To Instructions Regarding Synchronizing Logins Across Availability Group Replicas

A common administrative task that you need to deal with when managing an Always On Availability Group solution is to recreate SQL Server logins on all replicas. That’s just a fact. Because at any given point in time, an automatic failover can happen and move the Availability group to a different replica. If you don’t […]

PostAsk your SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery questions

I did my very first AMA session live almost a month ago and I’ve had great results. People were interacting during the live Q&A session while some sent follow-up questions afterwards. Given the below freezing temperatures where I’m at, I’ll keep doing this indoors for now until I can stay outside for longer than 5 […]

PostWhy DBAs Keep Getting Confused With Complex Always On Availability Group Configuration

One of the subjects I had in senior high school was technology and home economics. Since my teacher majored in architectural drafting, she taught us how to read blueprints to have an idea about how structures are built. That’s when I noticed a crack on our wall near the TV. In the Philippines, walls are mostly […]

PostHave your SQL Server Always On Availability Groups and Windows Server Failover Clustering Questions Answered

For more than a decade-and-a-half of working with SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery, I’ve gotten hundreds of questions from clients, event attendees, and training class students. That number has increased when Microsoft introduced Always On Availability Groups. I’m guessing it’s because of the level of complexity of the technology that tech professionals are […]

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