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The index may be corrupt. Run DBCC CHECKTABLE to verify consistency.


The index may be corrupt. Run DBCC CHECKTABLE to verify consistency.

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restored database from SQL2000 to SQL 200R2
After restore I got bunch message in the logs.

Any idea? what is fix? Or i can ignore the warning?

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Warning: A column nullability inconsistency was detected in the metadata of index "_WA_Sys_OPERATION_SEQ_NUM_10566F31" (index_id = 4) on object ID 274100017 in database "DB_name". The index may be corrupt. Run DBCC CHECKTABLE to verify consistency.
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And, did you run CheckTable as the error said? If so what's the output?

If not, please run this and post the full and unedited results.

DBCC CHECKDB (<Database Name>Wink WITH NO_INFOMSGS, ALL_ERRORMSGS




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Hi Gila


Command(s) completed successfully.
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Is the statistic _WA_Sys_OPERATION_SEQ_NUM_10566F31 still present?
If so, maybe drop it. SQL can always recreate it if it needs to.


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Gila,

1)There wont be any issue, If I drop?

2)After dropping, Can i recreate?

there are approx 100 of them in sql logs for that database.
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No issues, as I said SQL can recreate it if necessary.

Yes, drop any stats that were mentioned in errors.


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One of the steps of upgrading from 2000 to anything later (2005, 2008, 2008R2, 2012) is to update all statistics. That is a post-upgrade requirement.

If you perform that step - it should take care of these types of errors.

The next item you want to perform is: DBCC CHECKDB(database) WITH DATA_PURITY;

This is a one time operation and should complete successfully. If it doesn't complete successfully, fix the errors either on the 2000 instance (because someone manually modified the system tables) or on the 2005 instance by recreating the affected objects.

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