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Mirroring Did Not Start automaticall after a Network hiccup

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I have a production server that is mirrored to a DR environment. The DR server is located in another state. A network issue broke Mirroring but was restored 12hours after.


The problem is Mirroring was not kicked off automatically by SQL Server after WLAN connection was restored.

All attempt proved abortive until SQL Server was restarted. I think there should be a way to resolve this without having to restart SQL.

Things I did to resolve this issue that didn’t work.

  1. Looked for a start mirroring option ---this was disabled
  2. Tried to reconfigure mirroring but I got a :5022 can’t reach the target h

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