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SQL Server Trace Flags


SQL Server Trace Flags

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Very nice, keep it coming!:-)

Cheers,

JohnA

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All in place & published now.
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Hi,

How can I see default enabled trace flags in Sqlserver..??
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The command is DBCC TraceStatus.
You can details here
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187809.aspx
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While trace flag -T8038 has been noted, I think it deserves more information.
Hp has a support Document ID: c02110402 that explains it a bit more than the KB article

DESCRIPTION
ProLiant servers that have multiple processor cores and that are running Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SP3 or SQL Server 2008 may stop responding when under a heavy I/O processing load. If Automatic Server Recovery (ASR) is enabled on these servers, the server may reboot when the server stops responding.
SQL Server 2005 SP3 and SQL Server 2008 use mmtimer (Multimedia) timer rather than the RDTSC timer, which changes the clock granularity (to 1ms). This change may result in clock-drift or an unresponsive server if the server uses enhanced power management technologies that change CPU frequencies.
Note: This issue may occur with any ProLiant server that supports power management technologies. Refer to the Affected Platforms included at the bottom of this advisory; however, other platforms may also be affected.
SCOPE
Any ProLiant server that supports power management technologies is running SQL Server 2005 SP3 or SQL Server 2008 on Windows Server 2003.
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I have implemented fulltext search and Rebuild indexes for this scheduled every 5 mins and its working fine but for every 5 mins of running this job its going to write the below message in SQLServer Error Log.

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Changing the status to MERGE for full-text catalog "CatalogName" (7) in database "DbName" (5). This is an informational message only. No user action is required.

How can I avoid this,I mean I do not want to write this into SqlServer Error Log.I have searched for trace flags but I did not find related to this.
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This is not the thread to ask these questions.

Find the message number in master..sysmessages and then use sp_altermessage as appropriate.
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Thanks Tim, I'll add those in the next update.
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Great article!!! I would change only one thing to make it easier to ready for all DBA levels. Think if you put the actual version of SQL Server like SQL 2000, SQL 2005, SQL 2008, etc. it would make it a better read. Other than that, it excellent!!

Thanks,

Rudy



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Trying to keep it as concise as possible.
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