Local Continuous Replication

Local continuous replication (LCR) allows you to take a single Exchange server and replicate a copy of a storage group onto a secondary disk set using the concepts explained previously. The database is copied over the secondary passive storage group; the logs are shipped over as they complete their transactions with the primary database; and they are replayed for the passive copy (as shown in Figure 9-1). In the event of a disk failure, a manual switch will have you up and running in no time with a secondary copy of the data.

Local continuous replication

Figure 9-1. Local continuous replication

LCR offers a quick recovery from a corrupted database, ...

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