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When we do a D/R recovery from our stand alone 820 to a an LPAR on 870 we get an error that the OS keys is invalid. Have been told that when we load the LPA there is a step that will eliminate this issues. Does any know hat it is?
We want to carry out a DR test of our plan. For simulation purposes, should we alert our end users that the test is going on, or should we keep it under wraps?Thanks! We'll email you
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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...
Hello! I have create a disaster recovery plan for my servers, i got both Unix and microsoft. Now I want to test secure the plan. Someone who can tell me how to do and is the a manual or something else to follow then I'm doing the test? Thanks //Morgan