I've got bad news: Superman doesn't respond to calls for database help. I know, outages seem really important to you and the rest of the IT crew at the Daily Planet, but Clark Kent doesn't put the cape on for your kind of corruption. If you need your SQL Server databases to be highly available, you're going to have to do it yourself. In the past, this was a classic good news/bad news scenario. The good news was that SQL Server had an abundance of features to help ...
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