One issue that can cause this is that some systems, particularly VMs with the system volume on solid state storage, is that it boots up so fast and gets to the point of starting services before some of the networking has been fully initialized. This, then, results in a failure of the service account authentication, and the service start fails accordingly.
According to KB3000850, this affects domain-joined Windows 8.1 computers after installing security update 2992611 or update 3000850.
I added the following value under:
ProtectionPolicy = 1 (DWORD)
Now I can connect.
I found some other postings about ...
It could be the issue described in INF: AlwaysOn – The secondary database doesn’t come automatically when the primary instance of SQL Server goes down by Arvindh Kalidasan - Support Engineer, Microsoft GTSC.
In this blog we would discuss about behavior of AlwaysOn availability group where the secondary database doesn't come automatically when the primary ...
Using some information found in SQL Server PowerShell : How to Restore SQL Server Databases Using SMO and PowerShell, I was able to get past that error. Try adding the following to the very top of your script
[System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SqlServer.SMO") | Out-Null
#Need SmoExtended for backup
Resource monitor shows CPU from Processes and Services on two different graphs. (In your example, 32% + 37%, which means a total 69% CPU).
As for SQL Activity Monitor, it shows CPU utilization for the machine on which SQL is installed. (In your example, 64%, which is not that far from Resource monitor.)
I use a query to get the CPU utilization on my server....
There are a few ways to approach this.
Download sp_WhoIsActive and run it when you notice a CPU spike, or log it to a table and query the table looking at the CPU column (maybe ORDER BY CPU DESC).
Examine the plan cache using a free script -- I co-author one called sp_BlitzCache. By default, it will return the top 10 CPU consuming queries in your server's ...
None of the services in your screenshot have anything to do with VMWare.
The one you highlighted is Wmiprvse.exe which is basically WMI
WMI resides in a shared service host with several other services. To avoid stopping all the services when a provider fails, providers are loaded into a separate host process named "Wmiprvse.exe".
The other ones are
Prior to Windows Server 2012 R2, doing an in-place upgrade of Windows for an FCI is not supported. Per Microsoft's documentation:
Upgrading the Windows operating system of a failover cluster is not
supported for operating systems before Windows Server 2012 R2. To
upgrade a cluster node running on Windows Server 2012 R2, see
Cluster Operating ...
Edited for clarity and consistency:
By the database itself? No. However, you can through the connection (what you should be trying to manage anyways) called the Resource Governor.
Physical IO, depending on the version.
There are a number of Concepts which the Docs explain in greater detail:
a group of default, internal (cannot ...
So you've got 5 'stacked' instances on a single Windows server. You haven't said exactly how many sockets/CPUs are available and how much memory though. I like setting affinity for each instance in such cases, even if I decide to have CPUs overlapping in the struggle to balance the overall CPU load (depends on each instance's load).
Any instance with more ...
Do you have an MSDN License? Or could you start a 30-day free trial with Azure? If so, you can easily set up a VM with SQL Server 2016 Standard edition installed:
This will help ensure no surprises with this or other Enterprise features.
The WmiPrvSE.exe belongs to the service Windows Management Instrumentation and is located in the %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\wbem directory.
However, when looking at the Task Manager compared to the details of the Windows Management Instrumentation service, you may notice that the service runs via the C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs -p process/executable.
I use Windows Firewall and Powershell for this. Unless of course you want to get something like ScaleArc to act as a reverse proxy. Your options are really going to be rather limited to something that utilizes one of those technologies. Firewall/IPSec or a reverse proxy.
This is the outline of the script I use to verify ports the rule exists in this ...
The error message is misleading you, it's not talking about disk storage on the machine where you are restoring.
The windows error message states:
1130(Not enough server storage is available to process this command.)
When you check that error message you will notice that it's not an error during the restore operation but rather during the file copy ...
As per Microsoft, having same service account is the prerequisite :
All server instances that host an availability replica for the availability group must use the same SQL Server service account.
The domain administrator needs to manually register a Service Principal Name (SPN) with Active Directory on the SQL Server service account for the virtual network ...
I noticed you are running version 130. Apparently SSMS 2016 fails to run as different user as reported below. I have experienced this myself. Quite frustrating.
It sounds like the Windows account that you're using on your local machine has enough permission to launch SSMS, but that same Windows account does not have permission on the server. Grant the appropriate permission to the Windows account on the server to be able to launch SSMS, and then it should work fine.
Unless...you're referring to a SQL Server "cannot ...
RMAN> shutdown immediate
RMAN> startup mount
RMAN> backup database ...
RMAN> startup nomount
RMAN> restore controlfile from ...
RMAN> alter database mount;
RMAN> restore database;
RMAN> alter database open resetlogs upgrade;
Then manually upgrade the database to 12.2:
Example of Manual Upgrade of Windows Non-...
I had removed the node weight of the 3rd node. Am I missing something here?
You're receiving the informational message because you've removed the possible vote (node weight of 0) of the replica. Since it won't ever have a vote, it also won't ever be able to stand on its own should any issues arise with the cluster, since this effectively removed the dynamic ...
All of this assumes you're running 64 bit Windows and 64 bit SQL Server...
SQL Server is greedy when it comes to memory usage, and that is by design. It keeps as much data as it can in RAM because it is faster than having to access disk to fulfill a query or other request.
As a result, you may want to set the minimum memory allocation for a SQL Server ...
Since this question is already quite old, I won't bother asking you to clarify the problem, and will instead try to focus on providing some things that might be worthwhile looking at, that some future visitor might find helpful.
Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5 and 4.5.1 have a known issue with connections to localhost
It's possible your server is suffering ...
This is how the NETWORK SERVICE account from localMachineName presents itself to SQL Server (and file shares, and web sites, etc).
You need to profile "Login Failed" events (or XE Capture or whatever) to identify the program and/or Windows PID
Please refer to Create a self-signed certificate using PowerShell section of this article.
To be used as Always encrypted CMKs, certificates require a specific configuration.
You should be able to create a certificate to be used as CMK using the following commands
New-SelfSignedCertificate is a Windows PowerShell cmdlet that creates a self-signed ...
I would verify the integrity of your backup files using the following commands.
SQL BOL: Returns a result set containing all the backup header information for all backup sets on a particular backup device.
RESTORE HEADERONLY FROM DISK ='\\sharedfileserver\folder\AvailabilityGroup1_Database1_FULL_20161029_201228_1.bak'
You might find ...
So I am not sure why is this happening, is it related to Always On?
It is and also isn't related to Always On. Always On Availability Groups requires that the database be in the full recovery model - which is why you need log management in the first place. So long as your secondary replicas are staying very close to the primary (i.e. no lagging secondary ...
I would expect that forcing failover (either by moving the services manually or rebooting the owner node) more than twice would cause the resources to stay 'Offline', but this isn't the case.
Correct, that isn't the case. Moving the services manually isn't a failure - you've told it to go ahead and change the owner, this isn't a failure. Rebooting also isn'...
The cause of this problem was almost certainly at the VM level. The Ops team had configured the server to not only have 20 CPUs but also 20 sockets.
I've read online that virtual servers do not differentiate between sockets or cores or CPUs but the problem has gone away since I requested the configuration change. Additionally, VMware tools did not report ...
The same Procs takes 2 to 5 times more to run sometimes (it seems to vary).
You should recompile the stored proc using sp_recompile 'procedureName'. This should be one of the post migration step.
Another thing to be aware is if you are going to use more max memory (since you have more RAM on new server), you should look into testing and enabling TF2335