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No catalog entry found for partition ID


No catalog entry found for partition ID

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Bhuvnesh
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I get this error message when I try to execute a stored procedure.

No catalog entry found for partition ID 8646911294669324288 in database 2. The metadata is inconsistent. Run DBCC CHECKDB to check for a metadata corruption.

If I run the SQL code inside the SPROC it works fine. I have tried recreating, renaming, different database, everything, always the same response (but different partition ID number).

DBCC CheckDB never shows any issues.


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I got the same error message when i trying to select one table in the particular database.
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I believe that 'Database 2' is tempdb.

Try stopping and restarting SQL Server.

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See - http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic770808-149-1.aspx


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On SQL 2005, you will be surprised that reindexing a temporary table can cause this error.
I have tested this on other versions like 2012 and it does not arise.

I guess something is causing some kinda data change on an object which is resident on TempDB while the data is being referenced by a transaction, hence the error.
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I was surprised when it happened to me, once I removed the index on temporary table that fixed it.



Good find and thanx
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