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No catalog entry found for partition ID (MSSQL 2005)


No catalog entry found for partition ID (MSSQL 2005)

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I've seen few posts regarding this error msg but none that have yet helped me. This error has happened a few times in our environment at seemingly random times, necessitating a restart of the DB service. SQL logs the error as:

Date 9/13/2009 1:06:36 AM
Log SQL Server (Archive #1 - 9/13/2009 1:09:00 AM)
Source spid57
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No catalog entry found for partition ID xxx in database yyy. The metadata is inconsistent. Run DBCC CHECKDB to check for a metadata corruption.

In the Windows Event Viewer:
Source:MSSQLSERVER
Time: 1:06:36 AM
Category: (2)
Type: Error
EventID: 608
Description:
No catalog entry found for partition ID xxx in database yyy. The metadata is inconsistent. Run DBCC CHECKDB to check for a metadata corruption.


The following SQL statement returns no results:

SELECT OBJECT_NAME([object_id])
FROM sys.partitions
WHERE partition_id = xxx


The SQL log does provide the SpID...is it possible to identify the process that ran into this problem? Are there additional things I can look at to try and determine where/what is causing this problem.

Further Note: I do not have any jobs scheduled for this time and DBCC returns no errors

TIA
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Is this a user database or tempdb?

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This is a user database
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There's a known bug with this on tempdb (see http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic770808-149-1.aspx). Could be the same thing. I'll ping Product Support.

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I saw that thread and couldn't confirm that it was the same issue. I'll keep my eyes on it for your response. Thanks Paul.
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Ok - that bug is tempdb only it seems.

Can you run DBCC CHECKDB (yourdb) WITH ALL_ERRORMSGS, NO_INFOMSGS and post any results?

[Edit: Hmm - see that you don't get DBCC errors - in that case it must be a bug and you'll need to call into Product Support to help you out].

Thanks

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Hello. I know this is an old post, however, I just experienced this same issue with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (SP1) - 11.0.3381.0 (X64) Standard Edition. I am still digging to determine if this is a bug.

Error: 608, Severity: 16, State: 1.
2014-03-27 19:50:01.250 spid57 No catalog entry found for partition ID 5908827923301924864 in database 2. The metadata is inconsistent. Run DBCC CHECKDB to check for a metadata corruption.

Ran CHECKDB, found no corruption
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Did you call Product Support yet? What did they say?

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Hello Mr. Randal,
Thanks for replying so quickly. We are in the process of opening a case.
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Mr. Randal,

MSFT called back to inform us that we may have a TEMPDB corruption. However, I told them running the consistency checker displays no corruption, therefore, their corruption team will be contacting me shortly. Will keep you posted.
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