During my consultancy engagement, my client’s DBA team was checked ERRORLOG and asked me the possible cause of below error about service broker.
Get-AzureStorageBlob: The Remote Server Returned an Error: (403) Forbidden. HTTP Status Code: 403 – HTTP Error Message: This Request is Not Authorized to Perform This Operation
I was working with one of my clients and they wanted to clean up old backup blobs from Azure. I have already blogged and shared my script. In this blog we would learn how to fix error: (403) Forbidden – This request is not authorized to perform this operation. SQL SERVER – PowerShell Script – Remove Old SQL Database Backup Files From Azure Storage
This was my first experiment with this feature called Stretch Database. I have started the wizard and encountered at the very end. Here is the error message.
This was indeed one of an interesting error which I have never seen earlier and it is about DAC Connection.
Here is the complete error message which my client reported.
SQL SERVER – New Parallel Operation Cannot be Started Due to Too Many Parallel Operations Executing at this Time
One of my clients contacted me via my On Demand (50 Minutes) offering and they were seeing below error message in ERRORLOG – New parallel operation cannot be started due to too many parallel operations executing at this time.
SQL SERVER – Cluster Install Failure – Code 0x84cf0003 – Updating Permission Setting for Folder Failed
There are various issues which I have seen SQL installation and most of the time they are intuitive. The error message is mostly helpful and provides the right direction. In this blog we would discuss error Updating permission setting for folder failed:
Question: How to Shrink All the Log Files for SQL Server?