SQL Fatal Error 669 - The row object is inconsistent. Please Rerun the query

  • Matthew Darwin

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    Hi All,

    I'm troubleshooting an issue that's occurred in one of our applications, which produced error 669, severity 22 - The row object is inconsistent. Please rerun the query.

    I've tried doing some research into this, and very little has come up.

    The application itself is written in cold fusion and is using a loop to update a table (I'm currently rewriting this as a stored procedure), which I'll happily admit I know diddly squat about; so I've no idea whether that might cause an issue.

    If I run the code manually in SQL it runs fine.

    I've also run DBCC CHECKTABLE against the tables in question, which has shown no issue, and also run DBCC CHECKALLOC as well and no issues there. At this point I won't be able to run CHECKDB until I get a maintenance window.

    The only other thing of note I can think of is that the page verification is set to TORN_PAGE_DETECTION; I'm going to request changing this to CHECKSUM, but not sure if that might cause an issue that means the corruption checks aren't as good as they might be?

    Cheers

    Matthew

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  • charlene_pottinger

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    Hello,

    I am getting the same error. Did you manage to get to the bottom of this?

  • Matthew Darwin

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    I never did, I'm afraid. If I recall, that piece of code was totally redeveloped into a stored procedure. In my honest opinion, I think it was something in which the way cold fusion was working..... badly.

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  • joeroshan

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    Charlene, in your case this still could be corruption. Did you try DBCC?

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