itmasterw 60042 wrote:
I do not know about the dbo.Catalog, dbo.ChunckData? but I do know we do nothing with SSRS.
Someone - and some point in time - installed an instance of SSRS. Most likely, they installed a separate instance of reporting services on that server and used the primary instance to host the databases.
I would review the old server and see if the reporting services service is up and running, and whether or not the reporting services configuration manager is available. If it is available you can review the configuration to see if the website is available - and if there are any reports published.
Now - what Jo was referring to is the tables in the ReportServer... database. If you have the table dbo.Catalog - run a query to see what (if anything) exists in that table. The catalog will tell you if there are any reports published - dbo.ChunkData will have the report definition if it exists.
I suspect that SSRS does not exist on the old server - that it was probably installed, tested - and then removed. However, uninstalling SSRS does not uninstall the databases - unless you also uninstall the database engine where the databases are hosted.