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Repairing with DBCC CHECKDB


Repairing with DBCC CHECKDB

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As a point of intellectual curiosity, when I run this against my sandbox database (SQL 2008 R2) I get an error that the database needs to be in single user mode.

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Thanks for the question - cheers
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Good question. I knew it wasn't valid any more but had forgotten that it wouldn't error.
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Thanks Tom.



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Easy one and no repairs would be done in this case.

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Am I allowed to complain that I got an error because I have no such database as Adventureworks? ;-)

I knew that repair_fast no longer worked, but guessed wrong that it would fail with an error rather than just being ignored. I hate it when MS do this - backward compatibility is all very well but in some cases can lead you to think that an action has completed successfully rather than doing nothing! Am I the only one who'd rather start getting error messages so I knew I had to fix my code?
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[b]I knew that repair_fast no longer worked, but guessed wrong that it would fail with an error rather than just being ignored. I hate it when MS do this - backward compatibility is all very well but in some cases can lead you to think that an action has completed successfully rather than doing nothing! Am I the only one who'd rather start getting error messages so I knew I had to fix my code?

You're certainly not the only one. A warning message might be OK instead of an error, but quietly doing nothing is irritating.

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Good question!
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hi,
Can anyone tell me How to check whether the database is in single user mode or multi user mode?

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