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Default database mirroring

we want to migrate our production server , without taking the database down.so what we did was , we mirrored the databases from production to one of our development servers and we took the prodcution server for uprgrade.

so today we are moving back (mirroring) all the databases from that development server to our new production server.

my question is , when i move

productionserver_old(principal server) - having the script for principal server

development server(mirror server---->principalserver)) - having the script for mirror server , which is now acting as principal server

new production server(mirror server) - having the script for mirror server. will become principal server , once i moved all the databases

now while mirroring between the developement server and the new production server, i have to run the scripts for the mirror server only.

so both the servers are havign the mirror script now...

 is that a problem, or any other way i can handle this....

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