Migrating A Memory-Optimized Database

Michael Bourgon notes that there’s an extra step when migrating a database with a memory-optimized filegroup from one server to another:

So, I was trying to get an in-memory database moved from one server to another (long story, involving IMOLTP melting down on me and resulting in a 2 terabyte log file).

I thought it’d be simple: copy the files over, along with the Filestream folders, and attach.  Nope!  Various errors, including “5(Access is denied.)”.

Click through for the steps involved.

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