SQL Server Performance

logshipping ( out of synchronization problem)

Discussion in 'SQL Server Log Shipping' started by chaitu1385, Oct 5, 2005.

  1. chaitu1385 New Member

    hi everyone..........i am new to this group........

    i have some problem with logshipping
    i create two instances of sql server 2000 on my system.
    i tried logshipping the content from one instance(default) to other instance using database maintenance plan wiozard.
    i put logshipping interval as 15 min
    and put the threshold ( delay interval ) as 25 min
    then i stopped the server for 30 min
    then after restarting the server it is displaying that the two instances are out of synchronization....

    pls give the solution to this problem as early as possible.

    krishna chaitanya sanka
    project engineer - SQLDBA
    TIS Division---hyd
    wipro technologies
  2. mulhall New Member

    Start here:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314515/EN-US/
  3. suleman New Member

    Hi Mulhall

    i didnt find the answer for this question ...please help me make out the answer from this link...

    Regards
    Suleman
    Hyderabad
  4. mulhall New Member

    I believe you are deliberatley breaking log shipping to figure out how to fix it, yes/no?

    No:
    "Q1: How can I stop log shipping for a particular log shipping pair?

    A1: Follow these steps to remove a log shipping pair:
    1.Open the SQL Server Enterprise Manager on the primary server. Expand Management, and then click Maintenance Plan. Right-click the Maintenance Plan, and then click Properties.
    2.Click the Log Shipping tab, and then click to select the log shipping pair that you want to remove.
    3.Click the Delete command button to remove this pair from log shipping. If this is the last pair in log shipping, clicking Delete removes log shipping. If you want to continue log shipping to a different server or to a database, click Add. Then, click to select the appropriate server or database to act as the secondary server before you remove the existing log shipping secondary."

    Yes:
    "Q3: Where can I find information about errors while performing back up, copy or restore operations?

    A3: To get more information about a particular log shipping pair, follow these steps:
    1.Open SQL Server Enterprise Manager, and then connect to the monitor server.
    2.Under Management, click Log Shipping Monitor. In the right window pane, all the log shipping pairs are displayed (that have been configured with this server as the monitor server). If the log shipping pair is not visible, right-click the Log Shipping Monitor (under Management), and then click Refresh.
    3.Right-click the log shipping pair that you want information about, and then click View Backup History to view the back up job history.
    4.Right-click the log shipping pair, and then click View Copy/Restore History to view the history for copy and restore jobs.
    5.Right-click the log shipping pair, and then click Properties to view the current log shipping status, Source, and Destination alert status."
  5. satya Moderator

    What was the error when the server was restarted?
    The log restore fails if there is a mismatch of LSN between primary and secondary.

    Satya SKJ
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  6. chaitu1385 New Member

    thanx for all ur suggestions

    the problem that i found is the tables in the monitor server (log_shipping_primaries and log_shipping_secondaries) are not updated
    due to connectivity problem between the primary and monitor server.

    now the problem is solved.......thanx once again to all



    krishna chaitanya sanka
    project engineer-SQLDBA

    'TO IMPROVE IS TO CHANGE....TO BE PERFECT IS TO CHANGE OFTEN!!!!

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