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Welcome to my SharePoint 2013 Blog.  I have been working on SharePoint since 2005 and have been a SharePoint Consultant since 2009.  I have a MS in Computer Science, am a SharePoint 2010 MCITP/MCPD, a SharePoint 2013 MCSE and a Office365 MCSA.

I have been anxiously awaiting the oppurtunity to get my hands on SharePoint 2013, and now that I have I plan on sharing what I learn with the SharePoint Community.  I welcome all comments, suggestions etc.  I will be adding/updating posts often, so make sure to check back on a regular basis.

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  1. athma says:

    Hi Friends

    My development Completed in development servers now i want move all backup to production environment, what is that best practice for deployment to production

    My Servers architecture

    Development

    APP, WFE, SQL

    Production

    2APP, 2WFE, 2SQL on cluster always on high availability

    I tried below solution

    Created New Web application in Production, Dismount-SPContentDatabase after that I took content Database back up from development and restored on newly created database after that executed Mount-SPContentDatabase
    Error:

    When I am restoring also error database is in use still .why I already dismounted?
    Resolutions Tried: Restarted SQL services and take DB in to offline and bring back online it worked fine (is it correct way I am doing)

    2. When I executed mount-SPContentDatabase in SharePoint servers, SharePoint Configuration database went to read only mode, when I open Central admin error message Configuration database in read only mode

    Resolutions Tried: I shutting down secondary database server and started again it worked fine (is it correct way I am doing)

    Note: After some time same steps I executed working fine database restored and site up and running

    Please correct me any one. This steps I am doing correct or any best practice to follow moving development to live production environment, share any Microsoft suggested links please

    I need clear steps with out any errors in Live .

    • tbithell says:

      I didn’t use PowerShell to remove the content db, I used the UI. Did you verify in central admin that it was no longer associated with the web app? I recommend following the steps listed in my blog post https://sharepointv15.wordpress.com/2013/03/21/moving-content-between-environments/ and verifying along the way that the database is no longer attached etc. I have no idea why anything would happen to your config database while going through this process, so I can only direct you to check the logs to see if they give you any clues as to why that happened.

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