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SQL Server is terminating in response to a 'stop' request from Service Control Manager


SQL Server is terminating in response to a 'stop' request from Service Control Manager

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Hello,

I've got one serous problem that i cant check what is happening, at the same hour of yesterday and today my SQL Server instance shut downs without any human interaction.

The error that i can see in error log is as follow (i get this error by the eventvwr)

Date 26-08-2008 8:35:45
Log Windows NT (Application)

Source MSSQL$SQLSRV_1
Category Server
Event 3221243528
User SGPSEXTRA\MOSService
Computer PC09PPSER119

Message
The client was unable to reuse a session with SPID 105, which had been reset for connection pooling. This error may have been caused by an earlier operation failing. Check the error logs for failed operations immediately before this error message.

Then:
SQL Server is terminating in response to a 'stop' request from Service Control Manager..

Can you help me or send me information that i can send you to check this problem.

Thanks and regards,
JMSM Wink
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I saw something similar a few years ago, but I can't remember what was causing it. I'd call PSS since this is one of those strange errors and they can probably solve it quickly.

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Hi there,

Thanks a lot but my SQL Server instance is SQL Server 2005, is there any tool so that i can get the same info that is given by PSSCONFIG

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Did you ever find a fix for this issue? I have had the same thing happen on a SQL 2005 box.

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If this has happened to you recently and you're running Windows 2003 SP 2, you need to check out the following links:

Microsoft Support about SP2 and TCP Chimney

KB Alertz about 2003 SP2 and TCP Chimney

Basically the same article, slightly different info in each. Apparently this is a MAJOR deal.

EDIT: The SQL Error message isn't the exact same, but it's something to check, anyway.

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Thanks for the help, I will investigate.

Much appreciated.
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Hello,

I have the same exact issue, can u please let me know how it was resolved..? all I see on google is people having problems and no solutions.

01/26/2011 09:33:37,spid5s,Unknown,SQL Trace was stopped due to server shutdown. Trace ID = '1'. This is an informational message only; no user action is required.
01/26/2011 09:33:37,spid5s,Unknown,SQL Server is terminating in response to a 'stop' request from Service Control Manager. This is an informational message only. No user action is required.
01/26/2011 09:33:37,spid12s,Unknown,Service Broker manager has shut down.
01/26/2011 09:33:36,spid52,Unknown,Configuration option 'show advanced options' changed from 1 to 0. Run the RECONFIGURE statement to install.


Mine is a QA box luckily. configuration as below

Windows 2003 service pk 2, 2GB RAM
SQL Standards Edition 9.3.4035 Sv.pk level 3



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I have the same issue. Any one has solutions about this?

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Did you check the links I posted and tried the solutions in them?

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What about MS Server 2008 R2 (std) and SQL Server 2008 R2 (std).
The issue is still there, would the solution work in this environment as well?
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