This stored procedure refreshes the remote monitor tables with the latest information from a given primary or secondary server for the specified log shipping agent. The procedure is invoked on the primary or secondary server.
|Applies to: SQL Server ( SQL Server 2008 through current version).|
sp_refresh_log_shipping_monitor [ @agent_id = ] 'agent_id', [ @agent_type = ] 'agent_type' [ @database = ] 'database' [ @mode ] n
[ @agent_id= ] 'agent_id'
The primary ID for backup or the secondary ID for copy or restore. agent_id is uniqueidentifier and cannot be NULL.
[ @agent_type= ] 'agent_type'
The type of log shipping job.
0 = Backup.
1 = Copy.
2 = Restore.
agent_type is tinyint and cannot be NULL.
[ @database= ] 'database'
The primary or secondary database used by logging by backup or restore agents.
[ @mode ] n
Specifies whether to refresh the monitor data or clean it. The data type of m is tinyint, and the supported values are:
1 = refresh (This is the default value.)
2 = delete
Return Code Values
0 (success) or 1 (failure)
sp_refresh_log_shipping_monitor refreshes the log_shipping_monitor_primary, log_shipping_monitor_secondary, log_shipping_monitor_history_detail, and log_shipping_monitor_error_detail tables with any session information that has not already been transferred. This allows you to synchronize the monitor server with primary or a secondary server when the monitor has been out of sync for awhile. Additionally, it allows you to clean up the monitor information on monitor server if necessary.
sp_refresh_log_shipping_monitor must be run from the master database on the primary or secondary server.
Only members of the sysadmin fixed server role can run this procedure.