Working with a Scenario Where One Has to Initiate a Manual Force Failover

In this article we explain the Forced manual failover, when you should do it, and key points to remember. The Availability groups in MS SQL Server work as magic when it comes to failovers for securing data. In terms of availability groups, there are three different kinds of failovers that you can perform. These include an Automatic failover, which does not involve any data loss, a planned manual failover, this also does not involve any kind of data loss, and then comes the forced manual...

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3 Main Types of Relationships in Access databases

In this article, we will understand the relationship of different functions, and relating data in Access. Access uses database normalization to organize table (relations), and columns (attributes) of a relational database in order to minimize data redundancy. Normalization is the process, which splits the data across different tables which helps in improving overall performance, longevity, and integrity of resources within an organization. Normalization is a database process of...

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What Does It Mean If Hard Drive Spins Very Fast and Loudly?

In normal situations, when computer works, its hard drive will spin continuously at a standard speed. If you find your hard drive spinning unusually fast and loudly, you may feel strange and worried. This article will discuss about this case in detail. As we all know, hard disk drive will spin in data read/write. Generally speaking, during working, the common hard drive spins constantly at 7200 revolutions per minute (PRM) or so in a computer. And it will only stop after a certain period of...

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