I need help understanding my options.
- SQL server cluster setup that is maintained by a DBA.
- System is NOT in production yet (not handed over to the customer).
- Initial high volume push of data that has NO breaks for days
- I can stop and start the push of data and change the database at any
point. Basically I can stop all input.
I recommend to our DBA that we switch to simple mode because we are seeing within the activity monitor a pile up of queries in a wait state which eventually causes errors for the application servers.
I’ve never had this problem before and in a process of elimination I see we are in FULL recovery mode instead of SIMPLE.
I asked for us to switch to SIMPLE from FULL and this is the reply I get. Is there another option perhaps that the DBA isn’t aware of?
How can I help?
“We cannot switch to simple using AlwaysOn in SQL.”
Can I turn off AlwaysOn for the initial loading phase or am I out of luck?