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The Service Broker endpoint is in disabled or stopped state


The Service Broker endpoint is in disabled or stopped state

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I have a SQL 2012 Enterprise edition HADR cluster with 2 nodes and my event log on the second node (current primary for the AG) is being filled with these messages

The Service Broker endpoint is in disabled or stopped state


I wasn't able to find too much on the issue. I did find this one open Microsoft connect bug report from back in April 2013 http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/783219/alwayson-the-service-broker-endpoint-is-in-disabled-or-stopped-state

Anyone ever have this issue? Any ideas on what might be causing it?

Let me know what other details I can provide to help figure this out.

O/S: Windows 2012
SQL Server 2012 v11.0.3412
Currently 1 AG with 1 DB
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I am seeing the same message in the errorlog.
SQL Server 2012 (11.0.3373). We are using AlwaysOn AG's and have configured and are using the AG Listener for read only traffic.
I do not seem to be experiencing any issues as a result of the message but it would be nice to identify the cause of the message.
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I am also having the same issue.
The error message shows in the SQL Server logs, and appears once every 15 minutes.
I have a SQL 2012 SP2.
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U can find here more about service broker in sql server check this: http://mattsql.wordpress.com/2012/06/07/service-broker-what-does-a-dba-need-to-know/
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