in our organisation, we are planning to move the sharepoint servers ( from appln and DB within one machine to 3- mechine form server).
what is the best approach to migrate it successfully? Please guide me. Thanks in advance,.
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I have several apps written in VB.net 2003. these are connecting to SQL Server 2000. What do I need to do to host the data on SQL Server 2008.
I have a MOSS 2007 WFE that on a VMWare virtual machine that has extreme lag. The SQL backend is reporting no issues. Just accessing the VM to move around in the OS (start, run, etc) takes 2-5 minutes, and as a result the users are seeing extreme
delays in accessing pages, search results populate 30+ secs rather than sub-second, if at all, clicking links take forever to respond, if at all, etc.
i'd like to move the a new VM because attempting to work in that VM is maddening. Whats the proper procedure to migrate all the pertinent configs etc for the WFE to another machine? NOTE: The second VM has been created and already has a
different name and IP.
Due to unusual blue screen problems on virtual host, I need to migrate Sharepoint Foundation 2010 to a new server. Everything is installed on the same server. I have a new server stood up and awaiting data. Is it as simple as going into Backup/Restore
and performing a Farm Backup and then a Farm Restore on the new server? What exactly needs to happend to get this done?
We have a small website hosted in Sharepoint 2007 SP1 and SQL Server 2005( all 32bit environments).
I wanted to migrate this site into Sharepoint 2010 and SQL Server 2008 Express SP1.
I have taken the database backup from the 32bit environment.How to restore them on SQL Server 2008 Express edition on 64bit where Sharepoint 2010 running machine in order to migrate SP2007 to SP2010
Step by step or suggestions are most appreciable :)-
We had merge replication running (about 10 remote subscriptions) with no problems on SQL Server 2008 R1 evaluation version. One day everything stopped working and the log files told us that the evaluation period had expired (we had forgotten we were
on evaluation version and there were no warnings that I saw). We uninstalled the R1 Evaluation version and installed 2008 R2 full version on the server.
I was able to reattach my mdf database to the new server instance, but the publication data did not get restored. I've read some posts about this and I think I have to restore the master.mdf and model.mdf in order to replace the replication to where
it was when the system went down. I do not know how to do this. I tried reattaching the master and model mdfs but that action failed.
Can someone guide me? I'm very much hoping we can restore this to the day SQL Server went down and maintain all replication settings so the clients can just start synchronizing again as if nothing had happened.
I plan to migrate a SQL 2000 instance with everything in it to another SQL2000 server, and eventually in the future to SQL 2005.
I've pretty much figured out how to migrate everything execept the linked server configuration (there're many linked servers configured in the old server with different security credentials).ÃÂ I'm wondering if there's way I can save the linked server configuration and restore it to the other server.
I just installed SQLServer 2005 STD edition SP3 on an active/passive 2 node cluster, Intended to replace a SQLServer 2005 sp3 EE install (not
clustered) that is in production now using SSIS and SSRS. I would need to migrate the databases, reporting, and Integration Services over to the new server cluster.
Does it make sense to run on a SQL Server 2005 on a cluster if SSIS and SSRS are not cluster aware?
This is my 1st time adm
if we migrate (sql server 2008) db server from win 2003, 32 bit machine to win 2008, 64 bit
will there be any prob ?