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In Async (high perf) data mirroring, if the primary goes down and it has some items which were committed on primary but were not relayed to the secondary. (may be there were in the send queue).
What happens to those?
Will I have to force the mirror server to come up (thereby loosing the data in the queue?).
In this scenario, is there a less destructive way where I don't end up loosing the data which was committed on the primary (apart from switching to high-safety).
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