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Stop sql serive also stops another service


Stop sql serive also stops another service

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Hello, When I tried to stop a sql server service on a server, it also pops up a message saying it will also stop sql agent service and arcGIS service (sde), so it seems there is a dependency there,how to add or remove a dependency to sql server service?

was it be added when install the application?



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To remove a depenancy you need to go to the following registry entry: HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\<service>.
There you find a REG_MULTI_SZ key named DependOnService where you can remove any services your service depends on
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Thanks, will give it a try
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While you can, I don't recommend that you should. If the service has been set as dependant on SQL Server, there's probably a good reason. Removing that dependency may cause unexpected behaviour. At least speak to the vendor before you go and change the configuration of their app's services.

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Thanks, I will not, I just want to know how those dependency are added in case if we migrate the databases from one server to a new server, do we need to do the same thing?

So in order to add dependency, we have to go to registry to add that, or when install application it will automatically add that?

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Well, did you go through the registry to create the dependency on the current server? I highly doubt it.

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No, I don't know. The server was setup years ago by people who has left.

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I just found out on a testing server we tried to install the application and sql server, the dependency are there too. So it was done through the application installation.


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ARCGIS or ARCSDE may use either an oracle or sql server RDBMS, it wouldn't be my preference to install the GIS system on the database server as these systems can be extremely intensive. A multi tiered approach is much better to guarantee performance.

Check with ESRI the vendor if the depedency is something they set, from my experience it's not but better to check anyway.

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