Laerte POltronieri Junior (12/24/2008)
I have some problems with one environment..
It was a virtual cluster active/passive with 2 virtual nodes and virtual disk in procution and onde node is offline(i know te very inadvisable but ....)
Yesterday i see this error in SQLERRORLOG
DESCRIPTION: Error: 823, Severity: 24, State: 2
I/O error 170(The requested resource is in use.) detected during read at offset 0x00000017420000 in file 'S:\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Data\XXXXXX_Data.MDF'.
I think in a first moment is anti virus .i think it was try to read de mdf so I suggest disabling it.
But searching in web i think some articles about error cluster.
is this happening one failover ? and because th other node is offline this message shows up ? or can be another problem....i really think it was related to resources in cluster but i dont know where i begin to search
[font=”Verdana”]We have had a similar problem with one of our clusters.
Let’s just take the error message and start from there:
If you receive 823 error message, it might indicate that Microsoft SQL Server 2000 has detected hardware or system problems when it was reading from or writing to database files and could lead database to inconsistent state. Data Corruption could occur if Write Caching is enabled without Battery Backups on server. For more information on 823 error messages, please refer >> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/828339.
Now, I/O error 170 (requested resource is in use): For this, if you feel that the mdf file is in use; download handle >>http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896655.aspx and search for handles on the mdf. You, can do this in one of two ways:
1. Handle -U [partial filename or search pattern] -> Shows the owning user name when searching for handles. ex: Handle -U dbname.mdf
2. Handle -P [partial Process name or search pattern]-> Instead of examining all the handles in the system, this parameter narrows Handle’s scan to those processes that begin with the name process. Thus: handle -p explorer
If you find that it is the aniti-virus; that is one holding the resources then:
1. Make sure that all the folders that SQl Server uses are in the Antivirus’s exclusion list.
2. Make sure that antivirus, does not scan any of the cluster resources.
For more information, refer to the following KB articles:
Here is a quote from the above KB article:
Antivirus software may cause problems with Cluster services, including issues with failing over resources such as physical disks.
Hope This Helps 🙂
-Hope is a heuristic search :smooooth: ~Hemanth