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    Is it a "bad" idea to leave an information store in a storage recovery group mounted for a long period of time or should it only be mounted when you need to pull something from it and then dismount it right away?

    Our system performance is not effecting by it at all, but was just curious to see what others do with these groups.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Storage Recovery Group

    MS states that that entire RSG should only be enabled during a restore so that it does not confuse a jr. admin.

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    • #3
      Re: Storage Recovery Group

      If you run the ExBPA against the system it will flag it as a warning. I only create them on demand.

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      • #4
        Re: Storage Recovery Group

        That's what I thought. It only takes a few seconds to mount and dismount the store so I'll only have it there when it's called for.

        Thanks!

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        • #5
          Re: Storage Recovery Group

          No performance hit as no users would be connecting to RSG.
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