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DBCC 802 error


DBCC 802 error

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Hello guys,
one of my customer reported 802 error in his server. Could you help me how to track circumstances leading to this error?

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Hi,
Check the memory status of the server.
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Hello,
could you elaborate? The instance is hosted on VMware hypervisor. I talked to the guy on the phone and asked him some basics but all I was able to get from him was:
Max Server Memory option is set
There is only one instance on that VM
It happens during nightly ETL loads - about once per month or two

I will know more as I see the instance. I'm just asking where would you suggest me to look first.

First I thought about setting alert for 802 error to execute job which would dump information about running jobs and some DMVs.

What do you think?
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Error 802 is "Insufficient memory in the buffer pool", which suggests there's insufficient memory.

Probably too much done in that job and not enough memory allocated (or incorrect VM settings)


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Thank you all very much for your feedback. I have deployed Management Data Warehouse to the instance plus added custom collector for following counters to get more information about the instance:
Lazy writes/sec
Checkpoint/sec
Free List stalls/sec
Free Pages/sec

Page Writes/sec
Page Reads/sec
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