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SQL server service pack for browser


SQL server service pack for browser

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In windows control-panel , uninstall and change a program, I see SQl server 2008 service pack 2 is installed, but also see there is a separate SQL server 2008 service pack 2 browser.

I am going to apply service pack 3 to fix a SQL browser issue, I was told the SP3 will fix that.

My question is by running SP3 will also upgrade SQl browser, correct?


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its all part of the same service pack so yes it will

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Thanks much,

A question about SQL browser, we have a cluster.
On node1 it installed two instances, one production, one QA.

The browser recently keeps stops, causing front end sharepoint not available.
I have to restart the SQL browser service which will fix that.
Not sure if this is also a problem of network because before it was running fine for a long time
I have done a research that SP3 will fix that.

Now I am looking at the instances on Node1. Both instances - the TCP/IP port is leave blank, I guess they are both using default port.

Is that a correct configuration?
Do we have to set one of the instance's TCP port to a different number, or we don't have to?

THanks
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