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comment SQL Server database with two log files
Ran a transaction log backup and the file disappeared from the system as I had hoped. Thanks for the help.
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comment When is the right time to introduce high availability for web site?
Why are you taking Windows updates on a production server every month?
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comment SQL Server database with two log files
state_desc = OFFLINE and drop_isn = a really long string of numbers. advice?
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comment SQL Server database with two log files
The "sp_helpdb" command showed only one log file. I also checked my SAN partition and the physical file appears to be gone as well. I went ahead and completely rebooted the server, but in SSMS it still thinks I have two log files. What is going on here?
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comment NIC teaming and EtherChannel
Thanks for the link Chris, very helpful. Another question though - someone is telling me that LACP requires different physical NICs, that it is not configurable using one multiple port NIC. Is this correct?
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comment NIC teaming and EtherChannel
Chris - I did update the drivers and management software, but thank you for the tip. We had a similar problem with some old Intel NIC drivers which caused us a headache for several days and we even had to open a case with Dell to resolve. Question though, what are they other options than LACP, and why would they be used? Just asking for more of an educational purpose than a desire to change the configuration at this point. Thanks.
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comment NIC teaming and EtherChannel
Very good advice, thank you. Am I correct though in assuming that the NIC teaming is still very useful in giving a bit of failover capability?
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comment NIC teaming and EtherChannel
Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise