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10 Within the SSMS Object Explorer, select the named instance that is holding your standby server 11 Open the Databases container and observe the AWLogShipping database Notice that it is in Standby mode and is set to Read-Only Your display should look similar to Figure 10-9 While you can t see it in the figure, the AWLogShipping database also has a dimmed icon to show it s in Standby/Read-Only mode
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Figure 10-9 SSMS showing the AWLogShipping database in Standby mode
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12 Still in the named instance of SQL Server, browse to SQL Server Agent and select Jobs While we ll explore SQL Server Agent in more detail in 13, for now you can see that three jobs have been created for log shipping Your display should look similar to Figure 10-10
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Figure 10-10 Three jobs created on standby server
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NOTE If you followed the exercises in 1, SQL Server Agent should be configured to start automatically However, if it s not, you will need to start it here You can do this within SSMS by simply right-clicking over SQL Server Agent and selecting Start
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13 Within the SSMS Object Explorer, select the default instance of SSMS Browse to the SQL Server Agent container and select Jobs Here you should see at least two jobs created for log shipping 14 Check the time If it has been more than 15 minutes since you completed step 6 and wrote down the time, you can continue Or, if it is simply past the quarter hour (:00, :15, :30, :45) since you did step 6, you can continue In other words, if it was 9:20 when you did step 6 and it s now past 9:30, continue If not, take a break TIP In the next steps we ll verify that the change to the AdventureWorks database has been shipped and applied to the AWLogShipping database However, to avoid problems, we do not want to connect to the database until the update has been shipped and applied 15 Within the SSMS Object Browser, select the AWLogShipping database in the named instance With this database selected, click the button to open a new query window 16 Execute the following query to verify that Billy-Joe-Bob has been shipped over to the secondary database:
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USE AWLogShipping SELECT * FROM PersonContact WHERE FirstName = 'Billy-Joe-Bob'
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You should see a result set showing this entry has made it to the standby server
Latency
In our exercises, we have accepted a default of 15 minutes for log shipping This results in 15 minutes latency At any given time, our secondary server could be as much as 15 minutes behind the primary server Latency isn t necessarily a problem I worked with one customer that needed a full copy of a customer database at a remote office Bandwidth wasn t available to constantly do log shipping throughout the day However, bandwidth was available in the middle of the night for other maintenance tasks We configured log shipping to occur once a day in the middle of the night The rest of the time, the office staff had access to a read-only database that they queried to their heart s content throughout the day While the remote office never had access to customer s activities for the current day, this was rarely a problem NOTE When talking about secondary servers and spares, you may come across the terms cool , warm and hot A cool (or sometimes cold ) server is one that can be powered up and restored with a recent backup of the primary server in the event of a failure of the primary A warm server (sometimes called a standby server) is online using an automated method to keep it up to date; log shipping is a method used to keep an SQL Server warm and up to date A hot server is not only kept up to date, but also allows for automatic failover to the secondary server in the event of a failure of the primary; a cluster is an example of a hot server The hot server has the best response, but is also the most expensive
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