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Old 09-13-2006, 10:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a strange situation going on here. I have two servers sharing the same SRP. One is local and is the active server (S1) and the other is at a remote site and has all of the BES services turned OFF (S2) ( SQL is running on S2). Yesterday I copied the database from S1 to S2 and tried to open Blackberry Manager on S2 and it failed. I got involved in other issues (I'm also and Exchange Admin) and didn't do anything else with it yesterday. This morning I called RIM about another issue and while talking to the tech I logged onto S2 and was able to open the Blackberry Manager and see all of my users. (Keep in mind that all of the Blackberry services on S2 are off and Disabled). When I send myself an email, it is reflected in the User Stats on S1 and S2. Though they share the same SRP and database name, they are two separate servers with each pointing to their respective database in BES and in SQL Service Manager. It seems as though they are in-sync (no pun intended!). That is exactly how I would like for it to work but I must first understand the underlying process. If this does not/will not cause a problem, then I need to understand what is happening so that if it stops working I will know how to fix it.

Can anyone tell me how these two databases could be synchronizing?
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