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How can we backup a Joomla website without a plugin? We need the db and the files associated with it for disaster recovery.
I have set up log shipping from my production SQL2005 databases to my DR server and all seems to be working fine. On examing my DR databases they are all in (Restoring...) mode. How do I now access my DR databases if/when my production system goes down? There does not seem to be any obvious...
We are using log shipping on our SQL Server as our disaster recovery solution. When we want to test our disaster recovey with a test transaction, not production, we need to use the secondary copy. However, we don't want to stop it and lose consistency between disaster recovery and the production...