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Planning for DRP. Reinstalling SQL Server. How?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

I'm planning for DRP. We have 2 servers and mirroring between them.

If both servers die and we need to recreate the servers, we need to reinstall the OS and then reinstall SQL Server (we have a backup of all DBs and backup of OS stats.)

If we install new OS and then istall SQL Server with same settings like in the first place, then apply the restore of OS stats with the old registry in it. what will it do to the new installation of the SQL Server?

Is this is the correct way to reinstall the new machine?




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