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How to recover a suspect database which is in standby mode(restoring Database)

Hi all Actually I configured Log shipping to one of my database. i configured secondary database as standby with disconnect users while restoring.It all working fine When I restared my server on daily basis. Suddenly my Secondary database **firstly it went into to standby/restoring State then now it is showing **suspect/standby**** I Am trying to recover the database it did'nt worked because it is restored state as we cannot alter database. and what is solution I can for Do that????? thanks in Advance ![alt text][1] [1]: /storage/temp/2046-capture.png
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Drop the suspect secondary database, restore a new copy of it and restart logshipping. No point in recovering it since it's the secondary. Though you should check the logs or I/O subsystem for reasons that could make your database suspect. But you write "When I restarted my server on daily basis", are you restarting your server on a daily basis? If so, why?
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Well it is hard to say exactly since your laptop/workstation isn't the most reliable system to have a log shipping config on. Just restore the database and reinitialize the log shipping is it goes broke and does not magically fix itself.
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my server its not production server it is in my Local System..i shut Down My system after i logout
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i dont know what Happened Now It Working Fine Now and I didn't Do anything @raadee
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