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Posted Friday, April 25, 2014 1:21 PM
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Hello Mr. Randal,
Finally got a response from premier support below is their final statements.

As per our research this is a known issue only occurs on SQL SERVER 2012 Instances when you attempt to query certain DMV’s from a connection using NOLOCK hint or with read uncommitted Isolation level, when other connections are creating and dropping temporary tables. The error message is specific to the transaction which was trying to query the DMVs in READ UNCOMMITED or NOLOCK hint and will not have any impact on other user queries or data that is using TEMPDB database.

These errors are not going to cause any impact on the SQL server.

You can use READ COMMITTED isolation level as workaround to this problem.
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Posted Sunday, April 19, 2015 8:03 PM


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Just ran into this issue over the weekend on a user database (ID 16). We're running SQL Server 2012 (11.0.3128)

Fairly comfortable that we don't have corruption as I have run the DBCC CHECKDB and no issues are returned.

Given that Microsoft have released a patch for this when it occurs in tempdb, I'm going to put this one down to the extensive use of NOLOCK hints used by our developers in the application code.

I may finally have something more than "Your queries will return inconsistent results." to beat the developers over the head with!
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