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Hi, I'm mirroring my SQL Anywhere database using the "old" way of...-xp partner=(ENG=mtrs16b....etc.

In that case how do i set mtrs16b as "primary"?? In the new instructions, i see how to do it using the SQL statements, but how do i do it using the cmd commands? Thanks so much. Aron

asked 25 Dec '13, 13:26

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You need to specify preferred=yes on the -xp command line option on the server which is the preferred primary server. i.e.

-xp partner=(ENG=mtrs16b;preferred=yes...
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answered 25 Dec '13, 17:29

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For information on how the deprecated -xp partner syntax worked, you will need to look at the SQL Anywhere 11 documentation: http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1100/en/sqlanywhere_en11/help_top_index.htm

(02 Jan '14, 09:45) Ian McHardy
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