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Not able to restart the MSSQL Server Services


Not able to restart the MSSQL Server Services

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Refer the MS artilce on
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The SQL Server service cannot start when you change a startup parameter for a clustered instance of SQL Server 2000 or of SQL Server 2005 to a value that is not valid "

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I had exactly this problem (with Errors on EventIDs 17120, 17182, 17826 & 17190), and could never find a solution, other than tediously re-installing SQL Server. I'd tried disabling VIA, using different Port numbers and just about all the other suggestions I found online, none of which helped at all.

It happened again today and I just couldn't face the re-install for some reason, but as I had to have it fixed I did one last trawl through google and finally found a solution. It was roughly as described in the following blog post:
http://www.sqlserverblogforum.com/tag/could-not-spawn-fruncm-thread/

Although at the final stage he has entered LOCAL SERVICE as the log on, that wouldn't work for me, but selecting Local System account and ticking "Allow service to interact with desktop" did. Whatever the reason, it seems accessing the Services through Control Panel gives slightly different behaviour than accessing it through the SQL Server Configuration Manager. No idea why, but it worked for me so thought I'd share in case it helped anyone else avoid a re-install
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If you have tried to disable Name Pipe, Via or TCP/IP then by just enabling it i solved my problem
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niall1981 (6/7/2012)
I had exactly this problem (with Errors on EventIDs 17120, 17182, 17826 & 17190), and could never find a solution, other than tediously re-installing SQL Server. I'd tried disabling VIA, using different Port numbers and just about all the other suggestions I found online, none of which helped at all.

It happened again today and I just couldn't face the re-install for some reason, but as I had to have it fixed I did one last trawl through google and finally found a solution. It was roughly as described in the following blog post:
http://www.sqlserverblogforum.com/tag/could-not-spawn-fruncm-thread/

Although at the final stage he has entered LOCAL SERVICE as the log on, that wouldn't work for me, but selecting Local System account and ticking "Allow service to interact with desktop" did. Whatever the reason, it seems accessing the Services through Control Panel gives slightly different behaviour than accessing it through the SQL Server Configuration Manager. No idea why, but it worked for me so thought I'd share in case it helped anyone else avoid a re-install


I just wanted to add that this solution just worked for me. I'm not sure why it happened in the first place. I rebooted the server after the most recent round of MS Patches and encountered this error.

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is the above IP address standard or does it have any meaning?
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I solve my problem, could you please explain to me what happened
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All,

I had the same issue recently with 2008R2. Exact same symptoms as above. Here's how I fixed it:

1. Export "Regedit - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQLServer\SuperSocketNetLib\Tcp\" registry

2. my "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQLServer\SuperSocketNetLib\Tcp\IPAll" had a registry key "TCPPort" = "1443,45004"

3. I changed that string to "1443"

4. Start the SQL service

Working again!
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