SQLServerCentral.com / Article Discussions / Article Discussions by Author / Discuss content posted by Paul Randal / The Importance of Validating Backups / Latest PostsInstantForum.NET v2.9.0SQLServerCentral.comhttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/notifications@sqlservercentral.comFri, 29 Aug 2014 22:26:06 GMT20RE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxGreat article, all newbie (and the seasoned pros!) should read, digest and follow the steps.[b][i]qh[/i][/b]Tue, 28 Jan 2014 07:27:40 GMTquackhandle1975RE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxThank you all for your detailed information. :) appreciate it.ShahinTue, 07 Jan 2014 06:48:02 GMTShahinRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Shahin (1/7/2014)[/b][hr]How can I check the integrity of this restored database without using our 3rd application to read the data? or when restore process finish without any error this would means everything should work.[/quote]There are really three levels that need to be checked. First, that the backup isn't corrupt and can be restored. Restoring as you described will do that. Second, that the data inside the database isn't corrupt according to SQL. Running dbcc checkdb on the database will confirm that. However, there could be data inside the database that the application can't handle. If you're doing routine checks don't worry about this level. While the first two levels are easy to check this one is much more difficult to do so most people don't worry about doing it routinely. If you're trying to troubleshoot an issue you may need to point the application at it somehow and test to see if the issue still happens.Tue, 07 Jan 2014 06:44:09 GMTchrisfradenburgRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxTo complete what Grant said, if you do a restore of a backup and get no errors all is ok.Tue, 07 Jan 2014 06:22:26 GMTMichael MeierruthRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxThanks for the update,We have a 3rd party application that uses SQL 2008 R2 database, we Backup the production databases and then with a 3rd party application backup exec put them on the tape. I will restore one of these backup sets from tape to a network drive and then retore this .bak file on a developer machine. my question,How can I check the integrity of this restored database without using our 3rd application to read the data? or when restore process finish without any error this would means everything should work.ThanksTue, 07 Jan 2014 06:10:06 GMTShahinRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxWithout resorting to a third party software, you can't. The only way to access a backup is to restore it.Tue, 07 Jan 2014 06:03:28 GMTGrant FritcheyRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxHi Paul,Thanks for the article,Just one question,How can I open the database in a backup without having to restore it?ShahinTue, 07 Jan 2014 05:06:28 GMTShahinRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxThanks Sir, saving us from data loss, which is life for us, and who ever depend on us. such an article, I always admires... happy holidays.Mon, 30 Dec 2013 02:32:11 GMTjayperi 68050RE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxOne of the best way to validate backups - restore them onto the servers your developers are using as often as makes sense in your environment, preferably daily.Fri, 27 Dec 2013 12:13:22 GMTmarkauritRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxThanks for posting this Paul. It has motivated me to revise my backup/restore plans. I now restore the production backup to my test DB immediately after backup, and use CHECKSUM as well.I'm not a reluctant DBA. But, as I wear many hats, I don't get to focus as much time on administration as I wish to. Articles like this keep me pointed in the right direction.Fri, 27 Dec 2013 08:55:49 GMTThomas AbrahamRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxHi Paul,Great article! I immediately checked my backups and realized that I was already doing this because WITH CHECKSUM is the default for compressed backups ([url=http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186865.aspx]http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186865.aspx[/url]). I just wanted to point that out as many people create their backups using the maintenance plans depending on the environment.-Derek StanleyFri, 27 Dec 2013 07:12:36 GMTSlevinRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[url=http://paulbrewer.wordpress.com/2013/10/12/database-restore-automation/]This is a link to a T-SQL and a PowerShell script that can be used to automate SQL Restores. [/url]Tue, 25 Dec 2012 15:31:55 GMTPaul BrewerRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxI've developed a stored procedure to automate the generation of restore scripts. http://paul.dynalias.com/SQL/_layouts/15/start.aspx#/The procedure is actually a single SQL query, you can specify a STOPAT point and it works out the FULL, DIFF, LOG files needed and generates the necessary script. It includes a CHECKDB at the end, ignores WITH COPY_ONLY , allows overrides to restore file locations using WITH MOVE and so on. It's better than anything else available free I can find.Tue, 25 Dec 2012 15:24:54 GMTPaul BrewerRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxNice article.Tue, 25 Dec 2012 08:37:20 GMTNeha05RE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxNewbee ;Paul this is a very good article but one common trend here is educating the masses that require these backups . Would it be possible to providfe me with names of vitualisation tools which will aid in validating backs as well as restores.Thu, 08 Nov 2012 14:23:33 GMTSQL PGRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxYou must be corrupting a page that is not allocated - you need to figure out which page you're corrupting and then check it's allocation status using DBCC PAGE.For the backup, if you corrupt the backup header then restore verifyonly will catch that, with or without checksum.Sat, 29 Sep 2012 09:16:59 GMTPaul RandalRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Paul Randal (9/28/2012)[/b][hr]It's nothing to do with DBCC - it's the try/catch eating the errors being printed. No idea how to use that correctly - it has some weird behavior.Nothing changes the behavior of DBCC, but you're changing the way the DBCC output is consumed.All I said was after running DBCC, the value of @@error will be non-zero if errors were found.[/quote]Paul,OK, I confirm what you say about @@error after 'dbcc checkdb'.So now I can catch all 3 situations:dbcc checkdbbackup database with checksumrestore verifyonly with checksumand if something goes wrong I get an email - heaven forbid.:w00t:One thing that still leaves me a bit puzzled is that sometimes modifying a single byte somewhere in the database (MDF file) checkdb does not detect the database to be 'corrupt' (nor does backup with checksum). Maybe it's because the page is 'inactive', so I do a shrinkfile but I can still get this phenomena to occur. If every page (8192 bytes) in the file has a checksum then modifying a single byte at random should corrupt the database. I can only assume that not all pages get checked because they are 'not important' in some deep down technical sense.Regarding 'restore verifyonly', there seems to be no difference between having 'with checksum' and not having it. I can corrupt a backup and I get the same error message with 'with checksum' and without it. But I'm happy doing it with 'with checksum'.I will now stop corrupting things...:-)Sat, 29 Sep 2012 00:54:18 GMTMichael MeierruthRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxAnother significant problem with maintenance plans, well documented, is that the 'Verify Backups' check box doesn't translate to backups WITH CHECKSUM. It actuall runs a restore verify only immediately after the backup, I don't understand why they don't use WITH CHECKSUM (when possible) if this option is enabled.If you assume some responsibility for mature production database servers with maintenance plans that have been running for years, its difficult to make the case to management that they should all be replaced with T-SQL jobs so they can use CHECKSUM.Fri, 28 Sep 2012 12:47:05 GMTPaul BrewerRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Paul Randal (9/28/2012)[/b][hr]It's nothing to do with DBCC - it's the try/catch eating the errors being printed. No idea how to use that correctly - it has some weird behavior.Nothing changes the behavior of DBCC, but you're changing the way the DBCC output is consumed.All I said was after running DBCC, the value of @@error will be non-zero if errors were found.[/quote]Thanks for confirming my suspicions Paul. As I said, I don't use it often enough to understand why that happens, but it looks like TRY..CATCH has trouble handling multiple errors in one go.Michael: I ran my SP that I had posted against a broken DB, and b/c there is no TRY..CATCH involved, the Level 16 errors [b]do[/b] get dumped to the output table, which means you could then query that output table. The only reason I included the final TRY..CATCH in the SP is to handle the rare possibility that DBCC CHECKDB [b]itself[/b] fails b/c the DB errors are so severe.RichFri, 28 Sep 2012 12:45:47 GMTrmechaberRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxIt's nothing to do with DBCC - it's the try/catch eating the errors being printed. No idea how to use that correctly - it has some weird behavior.Nothing changes the behavior of DBCC, but you're changing the way the DBCC output is consumed.All I said was after running DBCC, the value of @@error will be non-zero if errors were found.Fri, 28 Sep 2012 12:37:37 GMTPaul RandalRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Michael Meierruth (9/28/2012)[/b][hr][quote][b]rmechaber (9/28/2012)[/b][hr]Did you see my post on page 3 of the comments?Rich[/quote]Yes, it's 200 lines of code and comments (I like those!)But I'm comparing 1 line of my code (a single DBCC CHECKDATABSE) with 8 lines of my trivial code trying to trap an error.Why are they getting different results in the Messages window?Where am I going wrong?[/quote]Sorry Michael, I didn't read your post closely enough to realize that you were getting different results back when checking the same database. I have no idea, and I'll look forward to Paul Randal's reply. I just tried running your code block against a Broken database I downloaded from Paul's website and compared the output from a direct run [DBCC CHECKDB('broken')] with your code block (also checking DB 'broken'). I saved the output from both runs to text files and ran them through a text comparison utility; the direct run had the following lines in the output that were missing from the TRY..CATCH attempt:[code="plain"]Msg 8928, Level 16, State 1, Line 1Object ID 2073058421, index ID 0, partition ID 72057594038321152, alloc unit ID 72057594042318848 (type In-row data): Page (1:143) could not be processed. See other errors for details.Msg 8939, Level 16, State 98, Line 1Table error: Object ID 2073058421, index ID 0, partition ID 72057594038321152, alloc unit ID 72057594042318848 (type In-row data), page (1:143). Test (IS_OFF (BUF_IOERR, pBUF->bstat)) failed. Values are 29493257 and -4.[/code]RichP.S. Add'l: I am wondering if this is an artifact of the TRY..CATCH block itself. I don't use it enough myself to know if this is related, but you might want to look [url=http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-AU/transactsql/thread/d676bfe7-981c-4279-b710-abbc08baadf3]here[/url] and [url=http://www.sqlmag.com/blog/puzzled-by-t-sql-blog-15/tsql/denali-t-sql-at-a-glance--throw-136849]here[/url].Fri, 28 Sep 2012 12:20:23 GMTrmechaberRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]rmechaber (9/28/2012)[/b][hr]Did you see my post on page 3 of the comments?Rich[/quote]Yes, it's 200 lines of code and comments (I like those!)But I'm comparing 1 line of my code (a single DBCC CHECKDATABSE) with 8 lines of my trivial code trying to trap an error.Why are they getting different results in the Messages window?Where am I going wrong?Fri, 28 Sep 2012 11:59:00 GMTMichael MeierruthRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxDid you see my post on page 3 of the comments?RichFri, 28 Sep 2012 11:48:36 GMTrmechaberRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Paul Randal (9/28/2012)[/b][hr]Too many ambiguities in your post and question. For instance, the 'end' of what? Page? Database? Backup file?Can you give the exact set of steps and T-SQL, from creating the database to running the commands that do/do not fail? Only then can I explain the behavior you're seeing.Thanks[/quote]OK, let's do one at a time: DBCC CHECKDB('...') run on a corrupted database (via a single byte change in the physical file).When I run the above single comand directly I get 'Level 16' errors:[code="plain"]DBCC results for 'A7RETE'.Service Broker Msg 9675, State 1: Message Types analyzed: 14.Service Broker Msg 9676, State 1: Service Contracts analyzed: 6.Service Broker Msg 9667, State 1: Services analyzed: 3.Service Broker Msg 9668, State 1: Service Queues analyzed: 3.Service Broker Msg 9669, State 1: Conversation Endpoints analyzed: 0.Service Broker Msg 9674, State 1: Conversation Groups analyzed: 0.Service Broker Msg 9670, State 1: Remote Service Bindings analyzed: 0.DBCC results for 'sys.sysrowsetcolumns'.There are 3638 rows in 24 pages for object "sys.sysrowsetcolumns".DBCC results for 'sys.sysrowsets'.There are 431 rows in 6 pages for object "sys.sysrowsets".DBCC results for 'sysallocunits'.There are 510 rows in 9 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Data row does not have a matching index row in the index 'tr_indexerqueue1' (ID 2). Possible missing or invalid keys for the index row matching:Msg 8955, Level 16, State 1, Line 1Data row (1:36621:29) identified by (HEAP RID = (1:36621:29)) with index values 'tkey = 21587 and tkey2 = 0 and HEAP RID = (1:36621:29)'.Msg 8952, Level 16, State 1, Line 1Table error: table 'tr_indexerqueue' (ID 1157579162). Index row in index 'tr_indexerqueue1' (ID 2) does not match any data row. 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object "av_actres".DBCC results for 'tr_bucketcosttype'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_bucketcosttype".DBCC results for 'tr_opitem'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_opitem".DBCC results for 'av_project'.There are 499 rows in 24 pages for object "av_project".DBCC results for 'tr_demandtypevalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demandtypevalue".DBCC results for 'tr_fountain'.There are 0 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_fountain".DBCC results for 'tr_statustype'.There are 3 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_statustype".DBCC results for 'tr_role'.There are 18 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_role".DBCC results for 'tr_departmentcharac'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_departmentcharac".DBCC results for 'tr_bucketvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_bucketvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_deptbudget'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_deptbudget".DBCC results for 'tr_resourcetype'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_resourcetype".DBCC results for 'tr_taskresource'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_taskresource".DBCC results for 'avx_dbinfo'.There are 2 rows in 1 pages for object "avx_dbinfo".DBCC results for 'tr_stepvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_stepvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_process'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_process".DBCC results for 'tr_execoption'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_execoption".DBCC results for 'av_respool'.There are 1518 rows in 11 pages for object "av_respool".DBCC results for 'av_resource'.There are 1537 rows in 18 pages for object "av_resource".DBCC results for 'tr_guestroleaccess'.There are 7 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_guestroleaccess".DBCC results for 'tr_risk'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_risk".DBCC results for 'tr_restypeassoc'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_restypeassoc".DBCC results for 'tr_allocbucketpref'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_allocbucketpref".DBCC results for 'tr_deptassociation'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_deptassociation".DBCC results for 'tr_releasefunction'.There are 122 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_releasefunction".DBCC results for 'tr_stepresbudget'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_stepresbudget".DBCC results for 'tr_requirecharac'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_requirecharac".DBCC results for 'tr_etl_event'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_etl_event".DBCC results for 'tr_requestaccess'.There are 6 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_requestaccess".DBCC results for 'tr_usersetting'.There are 253 rows in 9 pages for object "tr_usersetting".DBCC results for 'tr_budgetallocation'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_budgetallocation".DBCC results for 'tr_resourcevalue'.There are 10 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_resourcevalue".DBCC results for 'tr_budgetbenpref'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_budgetbenpref".DBCC results for 'tr_execreport'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_execreport".DBCC results for 'tr_department'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_department".DBCC results for 'tr_filter'.There are 0 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_filter".DBCC results for 'tr_demand'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demand".DBCC results for 'tr_resgroupuser'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_resgroupuser".DBCC results for 'tr_taskcharac'.There are 86744 rows in 754 pages for object "tr_taskcharac".DBCC results for 'tr_approvalaudit'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_approvalaudit".DBCC results for 'tr_bucketcharac'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_bucketcharac".CHECKDB found 0 allocation errors and 2 consistency errors in database 'A7RETE'.repair_rebuild is the minimum repair level for the errors found by DBCC CHECKDB (A7RETE).DBCC execution completed. If DBCC printed error messages, contact your system administrator.[/code]When I run the following code (directly or in a procedure):[code="sql"]declare @err intbegin try dbcc checkdb('A7RETE')end trybegin catch set @err=@@error if @err<>0 select @errend catch[/code]I get the following messages with no 'Level 16' errors:[code="plain"]DBCC results for 'A7RETE'.Service Broker Msg 9675, State 1: Message Types analyzed: 14.Service Broker Msg 9676, State 1: Service Contracts analyzed: 6.Service Broker Msg 9667, State 1: Services analyzed: 3.Service Broker Msg 9668, State 1: Service Queues analyzed: 3.Service Broker Msg 9669, State 1: Conversation Endpoints analyzed: 0.Service Broker Msg 9674, State 1: Conversation Groups analyzed: 0.Service Broker Msg 9670, State 1: Remote Service Bindings analyzed: 0.DBCC results for 'sys.sysrowsetcolumns'.There are 3638 rows in 24 pages for object "sys.sysrowsetcolumns".DBCC results for 'sys.sysrowsets'.There are 431 rows in 6 pages for object "sys.sysrowsets".DBCC results for 'sysallocunits'.There are 510 rows in 9 pages for object "sysallocunits".DBCC results for 'sys.sysfiles1'.There are 2 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysfiles1".DBCC results for 'sys.syshobtcolumns'.There are 3638 rows in 27 pages for object "sys.syshobtcolumns".DBCC results for 'sys.syshobts'.There are 431 rows in 5 pages for object "sys.syshobts".DBCC results for 'sys.sysftinds'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysftinds".DBCC results for 'sys.sysserefs'.There are 510 rows in 2 pages for object "sys.sysserefs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysowners'.There are 14 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysowners".DBCC results for 'sys.sysprivs'.There are 153 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysprivs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysschobjs'.There are 1128 rows in 16 pages for object "sys.sysschobjs".DBCC results for 'sys.syscolpars'.There are 3181 rows in 38 pages for object "sys.syscolpars".DBCC results for 'sys.sysnsobjs'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysnsobjs".DBCC results for 'sys.syscerts'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.syscerts".DBCC results for 'sys.sysxprops'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysxprops".DBCC results for 'sys.sysscalartypes'.There are 27 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysscalartypes".DBCC results for 'sys.systypedsubobjs'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.systypedsubobjs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysidxstats'.There are 742 rows in 12 pages for object "sys.sysidxstats".DBCC results for 'sys.sysiscols'.There are 1071 rows in 7 pages for object "sys.sysiscols".DBCC results for 'sys.sysbinobjs'.There are 23 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysbinobjs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysobjvalues'.There are 1416 rows in 158 pages for object "sys.sysobjvalues".DBCC results for 'sys.sysclsobjs'.There are 14 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysclsobjs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysrowsetrefs'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysrowsetrefs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysremsvcbinds'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysremsvcbinds".DBCC results for 'sys.sysxmitqueue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysxmitqueue".DBCC results for 'sys.sysrts'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysrts".DBCC results for 'sys.sysconvgroup'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysconvgroup".DBCC results for 'sys.sysdesend'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysdesend".DBCC results for 'sys.sysdercv'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysdercv".DBCC results for 'sys.syssingleobjrefs'.There are 1033 rows in 6 pages for object "sys.syssingleobjrefs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysmultiobjrefs'.There are 1346 rows in 12 pages for object "sys.sysmultiobjrefs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysdbfiles'.There are 2 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysdbfiles".DBCC results for 'sys.sysguidrefs'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysguidrefs".DBCC results for 'sys.sysqnames'.There are 91 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysqnames".DBCC results for 'sys.sysxmlcomponent'.There are 93 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysxmlcomponent".DBCC results for 'sys.sysxmlfacet'.There are 97 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysxmlfacet".DBCC results for 'sys.sysxmlplacement'.There are 17 rows in 1 pages for object "sys.sysxmlplacement".DBCC results for 'sys.sysobjkeycrypts'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysobjkeycrypts".DBCC results for 'sys.sysasymkeys'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysasymkeys".DBCC results for 'sys.syssqlguides'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.syssqlguides".DBCC results for 'sys.sysbinsubobjs'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "sys.sysbinsubobjs".DBCC results for 'tr_action'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_action".DBCC results for 'tr_processlog'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_processlog".DBCC results for 'tr_ppbackup'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_ppbackup".DBCC results for 'tr_linkheader'.There are 141 rows in 4 pages for object "tr_linkheader".DBCC results for 'tr_mapping'.There are 14 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_mapping".DBCC results for 'tr_processparamvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_processparamvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_demandtypecount'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demandtypecount".DBCC results for 'tr_resourcerole'.There are 124 rows in 7 pages for object "tr_resourcerole".DBCC results for 'tr_teammember'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_teammember".DBCC results for 'tr_resourcebudget'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_resourcebudget".DBCC results for 'tr_milestonetrend'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_milestonetrend".DBCC results for 'tr_approver'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_approver".DBCC results for 'tr_activityactionmap'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_activityactionmap".DBCC results for 'tr_method'.There are 3 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_method".DBCC results for 'tr_userfield'.There are 43 rows in 2 pages for object "tr_userfield".DBCC results for 'tr_currencyrate'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_currencyrate".DBCC results for 'tr_requirevalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_requirevalue".DBCC results for 'tr_request'.There are 2 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_request".DBCC results for 'tr_demandactivityvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demandactivityvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_benefittype'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_benefittype".DBCC results for 'tr_flow'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_flow".DBCC results for 'tr_costtype'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_costtype".DBCC results for 'tr_usercategory'.There are 23 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_usercategory".DBCC results for 'tr_activity'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_activity".DBCC results for 'tr_milestonevalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_milestonevalue".DBCC results for 'trx_file'.There are 729 rows in 9 pages for object "trx_file".DBCC results for 'tr_bucketbudget'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_bucketbudget".DBCC results for 'tr_subscription'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_subscription".DBCC results for 'tr_teamvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_teamvalue".DBCC results for 'trx_taonet'.There are 739043 rows in 27119 pages for object "trx_taonet".DBCC results for 'tr_requestdemand'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_requestdemand".DBCC results for 'tr_link'.There are 142 rows in 2 pages for object "tr_link".DBCC results for 'tr_xlreport'.There are 25 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_xlreport".DBCC results for 'tr_resourcecharac'.There are 55 rows in 3 pages for object "tr_resourcecharac".DBCC results for 'trx_eventlog9'.There are 2103 rows in 22 pages for object "trx_eventlog9".DBCC results for 'tr_stepbudget'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_stepbudget".DBCC results for 'tr_requirement'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_requirement".DBCC results for 'trx_eventlog6'.There are 577 rows in 6 pages for object "trx_eventlog6".DBCC results for 'tr_budgetgraph'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_budgetgraph".DBCC results for 'tr_fiscalperiod'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_fiscalperiod".DBCC results for 'tr_benefit'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_benefit".DBCC results for 'tr_timesheetvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_timesheetvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_statenode'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_statenode".DBCC results for 'tr_assignment'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_assignment".DBCC results for 'tr_xlreportsql'.There are 35 rows in 3 pages for object "tr_xlreportsql".DBCC results for 'tr_demandtypecodemap'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demandtypecodemap".DBCC results for 'tr_currency'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_currency".DBCC results for 'tr_milestone'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_milestone".DBCC results for 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"tr_timesheetcharac".DBCC results for 'tr_roleaccess'.There are 311 rows in 3 pages for object "tr_roleaccess".DBCC results for 'tr_demandtypecharacgroup'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demandtypecharacgroup".DBCC results for 'tr_requestcalcfactor'.There are 66 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_requestcalcfactor".DBCC results for 'tr_system'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_system".DBCC results for 'tr_dependency'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_dependency".DBCC results for 'tr_budget'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_budget".DBCC results for 'tr_teamaccess'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_teamaccess".DBCC results for 'tr_demandtype'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demandtype".DBCC results for 'tr_demandresgroup'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demandresgroup".DBCC results for 'tr_requestvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_requestvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_investmentallocation'.There are 0 rows in 0 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'tr_taskvalue'.There are 334023 rows in 5420 pages for object "tr_taskvalue".DBCC results for 'trx_wsitem'.There are 45 rows in 1 pages for object "trx_wsitem".DBCC results for 'tr_team'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_team".DBCC results for 'tr_prioritytype'.There are 3 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_prioritytype".DBCC results for 'trx_usersetting'.There are 136 rows in 2 pages for object "trx_usersetting".DBCC results for 'trx_wsext'.There are 5200 rows in 49 pages for object "trx_wsext".DBCC results for 'tr_charac'.There are 17 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_charac".DBCC results for 'tr_departmentvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_departmentvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_statusreport'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_statusreport".DBCC results for 'tr_requestcharac'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_requestcharac".DBCC results for 'av_activity'.There are 47973 rows in 3548 pages for object "av_activity".DBCC results for 'av_actres'.There are 50178 rows in 963 pages for object "av_actres".DBCC results for 'tr_bucketcosttype'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_bucketcosttype".DBCC results for 'tr_opitem'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_opitem".DBCC results for 'av_project'.There are 499 rows in 24 pages for object "av_project".DBCC results for 'tr_demandtypevalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demandtypevalue".DBCC results for 'tr_fountain'.There are 0 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_fountain".DBCC results for 'tr_statustype'.There are 3 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_statustype".DBCC results for 'tr_role'.There are 18 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_role".DBCC results for 'tr_departmentcharac'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_departmentcharac".DBCC results for 'tr_bucketvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_bucketvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_deptbudget'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_deptbudget".DBCC results for 'tr_resourcetype'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_resourcetype".DBCC results for 'tr_taskresource'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_taskresource".DBCC results for 'avx_dbinfo'.There are 2 rows in 1 pages for object "avx_dbinfo".DBCC results for 'tr_stepvalue'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_stepvalue".DBCC results for 'tr_process'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_process".DBCC results for 'tr_execoption'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_execoption".DBCC results for 'av_respool'.There are 1518 rows in 11 pages for object "av_respool".DBCC results for 'av_resource'.There are 1537 rows in 18 pages for object "av_resource".DBCC results for 'tr_guestroleaccess'.There are 7 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_guestroleaccess".DBCC results for 'tr_risk'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_risk".DBCC results for 'tr_restypeassoc'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_restypeassoc".DBCC results for 'tr_allocbucketpref'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_allocbucketpref".DBCC results for 'tr_deptassociation'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_deptassociation".DBCC results for 'tr_releasefunction'.There are 122 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_releasefunction".DBCC results for 'tr_stepresbudget'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_stepresbudget".DBCC results for 'tr_requirecharac'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_requirecharac".DBCC results for 'tr_etl_event'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_etl_event".DBCC results for 'tr_requestaccess'.There are 6 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_requestaccess".DBCC results for 'tr_usersetting'.There are 253 rows in 9 pages for object "tr_usersetting".DBCC results for 'tr_budgetallocation'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_budgetallocation".DBCC results for 'tr_resourcevalue'.There are 10 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_resourcevalue".DBCC results for 'tr_budgetbenpref'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_budgetbenpref".DBCC results for 'tr_execreport'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_execreport".DBCC results for 'tr_department'.There are 1 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_department".DBCC results for 'tr_filter'.There are 0 rows in 1 pages for object "tr_filter".DBCC results for 'tr_demand'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_demand".DBCC results for 'tr_resgroupuser'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_resgroupuser".DBCC results for 'tr_taskcharac'.There are 86744 rows in 754 pages for object "tr_taskcharac".DBCC results for 'tr_approvalaudit'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_approvalaudit".DBCC results for 'tr_bucketcharac'.There are 0 rows in 0 pages for object "tr_bucketcharac".CHECKDB found 0 allocation errors and 2 consistency errors in database 'A7RETE'.repair_rebuild is the minimum repair level for the errors found by DBCC CHECKDB (A7RETE).DBCC execution completed. If DBCC printed error messages, contact your system administrator.[/code]So how do I trap this error in a script or procedure?Fri, 28 Sep 2012 11:45:27 GMTMichael MeierruthRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxToo many ambiguities in your post and question. For instance, the 'end' of what? Page? Database? Backup file?Can you give the exact set of steps and T-SQL, from creating the database to running the commands that do/do not fail? Only then can I explain the behavior you're seeing.ThanksFri, 28 Sep 2012 11:01:58 GMTPaul RandalRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxHave been playing around with intentionally corrupting database files and database backup files to see how the various commands that have been discussed so far will behave. This is on a 1GB database.Changing the first byte or a byte some where in the middle causes DBCC CHECKDB and BACKUP WITH CHECKSUM to fail.Changing the last byte or a byte 'near the end' generates no errors.This is true also of RESTORE VERIFYONLY WITH CHECKSUM. For this to generate an error I had to change a byte as far as 20% from the end. Interesting.Now I'm trying to catch errors using this simple code.declare @err intbegin try--dbcc checkdb('mydatabase')--restore verifyonly from disk='mydatabase.bak' with checksum end trybegin catchset @err=@@errorif @err<>0 select @errend catchRESTORE VERIFYONLY correctly shows error 3013.DBCC CHECKDB does not generate any red error messages. But if you run it all by itself the output shows red error messages. Why is this?Fri, 28 Sep 2012 08:38:00 GMTMichael MeierruthRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxA scratch servers the way to go, thanks :-)Thu, 27 Sep 2012 15:43:44 GMTPaul BrewerRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxOr to automate restoring master on a scratch server and running DBCC CHECKDB on it.Thu, 27 Sep 2012 15:41:50 GMTPaul RandalRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxSo the only way to verify the integrity of your master database backups on a busy production server is to use restore with verify only!Thu, 27 Sep 2012 15:34:55 GMTPaul BrewerRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxIt won't work because there are some structures that only exist in the master database and may cause corruption errors to be reported if master is restored as a user database and then consistency checked.Thu, 27 Sep 2012 15:24:58 GMTPaul RandalRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxI had to recovery a master database in production recently and used this blog as guidance, it worked an absolute treat. http://blogs.technet.com/b/fort_sql/archive/2011/02/01/the-easiest-way-to-rebuild-the-sql-server-master-database.aspxIt's a possible approach to verifying production master, model and msdb backups maybe? Restore the backups to another, test instance to new user databases called master_live, model_live, msdb_live using WITH MOVE. RegardsThu, 27 Sep 2012 14:46:20 GMTPaul BrewerRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxThanks Paul!Thu, 27 Sep 2012 14:25:14 GMTPaul RandalRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxThere are fantastic scripts and articles/blogs on your sqlskills website Paul. Anyone with an enquiring mind can use them as a starter for ten and extrapolate out entire features sets and learn a lot about SQL. Add to that the MCM videos and its incredible what you put out for free. Thanks, sincerely.Thu, 27 Sep 2012 14:16:58 GMTPaul BrewerRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Paul Brewer (9/27/2012)[/b][hr]The Ola Hallengren maintenance scrips create SQL Agent jobs that use sqlcmd to instantiate the backup and maintenance procedures he has written.[/quote]Superb! Thanks!Thu, 27 Sep 2012 13:58:04 GMTMichael MeierruthRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Rahul The Dba (9/27/2012)[/b][hr]Hithis one is really a needed article.But apart from this I want to know one thing, that is I have a store procedure made by myself for (xyz thing) "sorry can't disclose it", so how can i get that patented to my name? I am from INDIA.Hope to see some helpful steps from your end.Thanks.[/quote]You can only patent something original, that someone with the similar experience and knowledge would NOT be able to come up with easily. Therefore, it's extremely unlikely that you could patent a stored-proc to perform backups/restores/consistency checks. Also, the amount of 'prior art' in the area would likely preclude any possibility of you being able to claim originality. And then you'd have to pay a patent lawyer to convert the idea into patent language, and file with the relevant patent offices. It's an expensive, tortuous process that I'm glad Microsoft funded for my patents.Give your proc away for free - you won't make money from it.Thu, 27 Sep 2012 13:24:12 GMTPaul RandalRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxThe Ola Hallengren maintenance scrips create SQL Agent jobs that use sqlcmd to instantiate the backup and maintenance procedures he has written. Rahul, if Ola isn't overly concerned about patents and the like, I don't think you need to be either mate. Nothing you've developed will be in the same league as his freely available procedures.Thu, 27 Sep 2012 13:07:27 GMTPaul BrewerRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxOh yes, getting back to my original question, is there anyone using sqlcmd.exe to backup databases? Or has this become 'obsolete'?Thu, 27 Sep 2012 12:50:14 GMTMichael MeierruthRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Rahul The Dba (9/27/2012)[/b][hr]Hithis one is really a needed article.But apart from this I want to know one thing, that is I have a store procedure made by myself for (xyz thing) "sorry can't disclose it", so how can i get that patented to my name? I am from INDIA.Hope to see some helpful steps from your end.Thanks.[/quote]Well, I can only assume your idea deals with backing up databases. If not, then please start a new topic.I don't know much about patents except that the whole issue of patents has pretty much run out of control - everywhere. Not to mention Apple vs Samsung. You have now motivated me to dig into that story and exactly how the Apple patents were violated by Samsung.But your question has raised many questions in my mind. Thus what you want to patent is not a stored procedure but an idea. This means that once your idea becomes public, anyone with some sql skills (say a million or so people) can propabily write the stored procedure that does exactly what your idea proposes. In your opinion, would this violate the patent? But what if I write a stored procedure that does the same thing, but is 10 times faster than yours. Or what if I write a process, not using an sql stored procedure, that does the same thing 50 times faster. Or what if I write something that does the same thing but is 3 times better than your idea?In any case, in my opinion, patenting stored procedures is no way to become rich quickly. And besides, this is a forum where you share things.Thu, 27 Sep 2012 12:14:54 GMTMichael MeierruthRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspxHithis one is really a needed article.But apart from this I want to know one thing, that is I have a store procedure made by myself for (xyz thing) "sorry can't disclose it", so how can i get that patented to my name? I am from INDIA.Hope to see some helpful steps from your end.Thanks.Thu, 27 Sep 2012 10:10:21 GMTRahul The DbaRE: The Importance of Validating Backupshttp://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1363312-2616-1.aspx[quote][b]Gazareth (9/24/2012)[/b][hr]Yes, thanks for the article Paul.Is there actually an easy way to check the output from DBCC CHECKDB?I currently scan the SQL log using xp_readerrorlog for the DBCC output info, another way is to use TABLERESULTS clause, and check for the completion line.However, both methods could be called undocumented - you won't find either in BOL![/quote]This caused me much grief, also -- trying to capture the output from DBCC CHECKDB. I did a bit of research into this and found a very useful website (now 404) and info. from Paul Randal (including some very useful deliberately mangled databases that can be used for testing). Based on that -- and much testing and some painful code failures :ermm: -- I put together the following SP. It will run DBCC CHECKDB for every database on the server (with some hard-coded exceptions; change this to suit your needs) and send an HTML-formatted email to you if it finds any errors. There's just one input parameter: your email address.There's a lot of text in the notes section at the top that might be useful to you, including what the shortcomings of using a maintenance plan are, info. on the returned data types from CHECKDB, web links to relevant materials, etc. Note that one of Paul's broken databases deliberately produces a serious enough error that it will prevent the rest of the SP from running for other databases (see notes); to handle situations like that, I wrapped the DBCC CHECKDB in a TRY..CATCH so that I will be notified separately that the script didn't execute and I need to investigate pronto.It's been a while since I built this, and if folks here have suggestions or find problems, I'd appreciate hearing about them.[code="sql"]USE [DBA]GOSET ANSI_NULLS ONGOSET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ONGOCREATE PROC Run_CHECKDB @email VARCHAR(8000)AsBEGIN/* Utility SP to run DBCC against a hardcoded list of DBs and report any found errors. Adapted from: http://www.lockergnome.com/sqlsquirrel/2009/03/11/inserting-dbcc-checkdb-results-into-a-table/ (That page has gone 404 as of 2012-05-31)CREATED: 2011-05-21PURPOSE: For daily/weekly DB integrity checks. Why needed? See notes below. There are problems using a maintenance plan task.INPUTS: @email - a [;]-delimited list of recipients to be notified if errors foundHARD-CODED: curDB - Cursor w/ WHERE clause of databases to in/exclude. Modify below as needed.NOTES: Overview - Create a cursor of databases and run DBCC for each. - Run DBCC WITH TABLERESULTS, NO_INFOMSGS to generate a table of output. - Encapsulate everything in TRY...CATCH b/c of the possibility of fatal errors when running DBCC CHECKDB against severely corrupted DBs. - Though I initially coded this to save the results to a temp table, I decided I'd like to have each day's output saved to the DB for later querying if errors were reported. DBCC CHECKDB reporting sucks. - There's no easy way to save/report the results. - If you just run DBCC CHECKDB maint. plan as an agent job and if CHECKDB finds any DB errors, a "failed job step" is logged in msdb, which isn't really true. This results in an unnecessary report from the Failed Job Steps agent job. - Furthermore, a maint. plan "notify operator task" is based on the success/failure of CHECKDB reports for ALL databases; no way to report on specific database success/failure. - Another problem w/ maint. plans: no way to script a dynamic list of databases to EXclude. You specify which ones to INclude, but if you later add new databases, they won't be included automatically. - Even using the method in this SP, there's nothing online about what all the columns mean, nor how to easily identify rows that represent a true error. Corrections to website/datatypes - Several column definitions from the website are wrong, others may be too.... - Which raises another problem with DBCC CHECKDB: As confirmed by Paul Randall (lost the URL...), there is NO complete published list of the output data types. Not listed in BOL either. Grrrrrr... Testing - Tested against production and corrupted databases from Paul Randal's website: http://sqlskills.com/pastConferences.asp - One of his corrupted DBs, DemoFatalCorruption2, deliberately fails so bad that it terminates DBCC CHECKDB early, preventing subsequent databases from being run and which would cause the agent execution to log a failed job step. It returns simply: "Possible schema corruption. Run DBCC CHECKCATALOG." So, use TRY...CATCH w/ an error-handler to terminate gracefully and warn the DBA. How to return just the errors from DBCC? - Running DBCC CHECKDB WITH NO_INFOMSGS excludes the rows we're not interested in, so use that. - Before I found the WITH NO_INFOMSGS option, I tried various WHERE clauses to return just the errors from the table results. I could not find any consistent way to identify just the rows reporting errors. The only sure way I could determine was to look for the last lines of the report output, which are: LIKE 'CHECKDB found%' AND NOT LIKE 'CHECKDB found 0 allocation errors and 0 consistency errors%' See superseded code in comments at bottom if interested.*/SET NOCOUNT ONDECLARE @db NVARCHAR(128);DECLARE @html VARCHAR(MAX);DECLARE @CrLf CHAR(2);SET @CrLf = CHAR(13) + CHAR(10);IF OBJECT_ID('DBCCResults', 'U') IS NOT NULL DROP TABLE DBCCResults; -- Drop and recreate (instead of just TRUNCATE) so we can easily change column list & type below if more turn out to be incorrect.CREATE TABLE DBCCResults(-- Columns I added to make reporting easier: RunDateTime DATETIME DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, ObjectName NVARCHAR(128), DBName NVARCHAR(128),-- Columns matching DBCC WITH TABLERESULTS [Error] [int] NULL, [Level] [int] NULL, [State] [int] NULL, [MessageText] [varchar](7000) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL, [RepairLevel] NVARCHAR(128) NULL, -- Website incorrectly had this as INT. [Status] [int] NULL, [DbId] [int] NULL, [ObjectID] BIGINT NULL, -- Website incorrectly had this as INT. [IndId] [int] NULL, [PartitionId] BIGINT NULL, -- Website incorrectly had this as INT. [AllocUnitId] BIGINT NULL, -- Website incorrectly had this as INT. [File] [int] NULL, [Page] [int] NULL, [Slot] [int] NULL, [RefFile] [int] NULL, [RefPage] [int] NULL, [RefSlot] [int] NULL, [Allocation] [int] NULL);-- Create cursor of databases to test DECLARE curDB CURSOR LOCAL FOR SELECT [name] FROM master..sysdatabases As DB WHERE [name] NOT IN ('tempdb','Broken');-- Wrap all in TRY..CATCHBEGIN TRY OPEN curDB FETCH NEXT FROM curDB INTO @db; WHILE (@@FETCH_STATUS = 0) BEGIN SET NOCOUNT ON INSERT INTO DBCCResults( Error, [Level], [State], MessageText, RepairLevel, [Status], [DbId], ObjectID, IndId, PartitionId, -- specific to SQL Server 2005, remove for SQL Server 2000 results AllocUnitId, -- specific to SQL Server 2005, remove for SQL Server 2000 results [File], Page, Slot, RefFile, RefPage, RefSlot, Allocation ) EXEC ('DBCC CHECKDB(''' + @db + ''') WITH TABLERESULTS, NO_INFOMSGS'); FETCH NEXT FROM curDB INTO @db; END CLOSE curDB; DEALLOCATE curDB; -- Update our added columns, based on info. returned by DBCC UPDATE DBCCResults SET ObjectName = OBJECT_NAME(ObjectID, DbID), DBName = DB_Name(DbID); -- If any errors found, send an email with an abbreviated list of errors IF EXISTS(SELECT * FROM DBCCResults) BEGIN -- Create html SELECT @html = '<html>' + @CrLf + '<table border="1" cellpadding="2">' + @CrLf + '<tr><th>RunDateTime</th><th>Database</th><th>Object</th></tr>' + @CrLf; SELECT @html = @html + '<tr>' + '<td>' + Convert(VARCHAR(30), RunDateTime, 120) + '</td>' + '<td>' + COALESCE(DBName, '') + '</td>' + '<td>' + COALESCE(ObjectName, '') + '</td>' + '</tr>' + @CrLf FROM DBCCResults-- ORDER BY DBName, ObjectName; SELECT @html = @html + '</table>' + @CrLf + '</html>'; -- Send email out EXEC msdb.dbo.sp_send_dbmail @recipients = @email, @subject = 'DBCC CHECKDB Encountered Errors', @body = @html, @body_format = 'HTML'; ENDEND TRYBEGIN CATCH-- If we're here, then a fatal error may have been thrown while checking a DB.-- If cursor is still open, close it. IF CURSOR_STATUS('local', 'curDB') >= 0 BEGIN CLOSE curDB; DEALLOCATE curDB; END EXEC msdb.dbo.sp_send_dbmail @recipients = @email, @subject = 'Fatal Errors Were Encountered Running SQL Agent DBCC CHECKDB!', @body = 'Run DBCC CHECKDB ASAP and verify most recent backups.', @body_format = 'HTML'; END CATCHENDGO[/code]I went to archive.org and found an old version of that now-404 web page and saved it off to a PDF. See attached. As indicated in the notes of my SP, [b]some of the data types in that web page are incorrect[/b]. I discovered these during testing when I received "data type mismatch" errors or some such.RichP.S. (added later). You'll see a reference in the notes to "Failed Job Steps agent job." This is a separate Agent job I created to query msdb for any failed agent job [u]steps[/u] and notify me about them by email. I have many multi-step, non-sequential jobs that need to continue execution if any individual step fails, so I cannot simply rely on having an email sent if the [u]job[/u] fails: in these cases, the job succeeds, only a step fails.P.P.S.: Developed and run on SQL 2005 Enterprise.Wed, 26 Sep 2012 10:01:06 GMTrmechaber