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Figure 12-5 Selecting an instance for upgrade
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6 Review service accounts The identities associated with SQL Server services will
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not be changed by the upgrade process Where services are installed as part of the upgrade that did not exist in SQL Server 2000 or SQL Server 2005, these will be configured to use a default built-in account (usually Local System) 7 Choose how existing full-text catalogs will be upgraded The options are to import the catalogs without using the enhanced functionality found in SQL Server 2008, or allow SQL Server 2008 to repopulate these catalogs using the new features 8 Based on all of the choices made in the preceding steps, the upgrade rules are checked to validate whether any issues will cause the upgrade process to fail 9 The automatic upgrade process starts Once complete, any errors are reported to you and are logged to a file However, assuming that no errors have been raised, you should now see a SQL Server installation root, as shown in Figure 12-6
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12: Upgrading and Migrating to SQL Server
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Figure 12-6 SQL Server 2000 instance root post-upgrade
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The SQL Server 2008 instance root MSSQL10LEGACY has now been created in addition to the existing MSSQL$LEGACY root By comparing Figure 12-6 with Figure 12-4, you can see that the SQL Server 2000 root (MSSQL$LEGACY) no longer contains a Binn directory; these binaries have been removed as part of uninstalling the SQL Server 2000 instance However, other directories such as Data have been preserved, and it is very important to remember that, at this point in the example, this Data directory still contains your data and log files, despite the fact that they have been upgraded and added to the new SQL Server 2008 instance Also, you have to assume that your backups likely are still being written to the MSSQL$LEGACY\Backup directory
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Clearly, leaving data files and other artifacts in the instance root of an uninstalled instance is undesirable You should move database files to the appropriate location in accordance with your physical data design, and you should review maintenance plans for references to directories within this old root Moving user databases is a straightforward process that has been covered in 11; however, remember that the instance system databases also will not have been moved during the upgrade See the Books Online article Moving System Databases for details of how to move these databases to the required new location Errors during an instance upgrade are not rolled back Although data files are not removed from the older instance directory, thus preserving the data, it is very possible that the binaries will have been removed and all services will have been uninstalled, meaning that a new installation is the only way of recovering from the error This is one reason that side-by-side upgrades are more common in enterprise environments
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Manual Database Upgrade
If you are carrying out a side-by-side installation or have established a new SQL Server instance on new hardware (or identified an existing one as a host), then there is no need to run the Upgrade Wizard After the new instance has been installed, the remaining tasks are to ensure that all required features and configurations are present in the new instance and to move the required user databases(s) (new system databases will have been created when installing the new instance) to the new environment There is no automatic way to re-create the configuration of one SQL Server instance on another when manually upgrading If the older system is SQL Server 2005, then you have features such as the Management Studio built-in reports that can summarize the configurations applied to a system, but if you are upgrading from SQL Server 2000 or earlier, then you will likely need to use sp_configure (as described in 3) to report the configuration options on the older instance, ensure that these options are valid for your SQL Server 2008 installation, and apply them to this instance A very common requirement when moving databases between instances is to recreate Logins from the source instance in the destination, and this remains true for manual upgrades The document How to Transfer Logins and Passwords Between Instances of SQL Server (Article ID: 246133), available from http://supportmicrosoft com, details transferring Logins between instances of SQL Server 2005/2008 and between older versions and these instances Additionally, the Transfer Logins Task in SSIS can be used for this purpose Having configured the destination instance, the options for moving user databases are to move the data and log files by detaching, copying, and reattaching them or to back up the database in the old instance and restore it to the new instance Both of these techniques are described elsewhere moving a database in 11, and
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