To keep up with the market trend, I have already done my hands-on with SQL in Azure Virtual Machine. In this blog, I would share my learning about a connectivity issue which I faced recently.
One of my clients had an interesting situation where none of the SQL Maintenance plans were working. The example what I am using here is a SQL Server backup maintenance plan failing. I also saw a behavior where all the individual jobs were working fine as expected.
MySQL – Connection Error – [MySQL][ODBC 5.3(w) Driver]Host ‘IP’ is Not Allowed to Connect to this MySQL Server
One of my clients contacted me for a linked server issue between SQL Server and MySQL Server. Since I mostly work with SQL Server, it was a fun installing and connecting MySQL Server. While I was trying to simulate the issue and I wanted to create a linked server. In this blog, we would learn how to fix MySQL connection error [MySQL][ODBC 5.3(w) Driver]Host ‘IP’ is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server.
SQL SERVER – The Report Server Cannot Open a Connection to the Report Server Database. (rsReportServerDatabaseLogonFailed)
When my clients contact me for any issue, I always try to help them or redirect them to someone who can help them better than me. Once a client contacted me for an issue with SQL Server Reporting Services. As usual, I didn’t give up, but I investigated error message and applied a logical approach to fixing it. Let us see how to fix the error related to report server database.
SQL SERVER – Unable to Connect to SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machine from SSMS on On-Premise Machine
From past few months, I am seeing a few of my client moving their development workload to Cloud. When I asked the reason, it was mostly cost reduction in terms of hardware lifetime, licensing and connectivity advantage and their developer can work from anywhere. In this blog post, we will learn about how to fix error related to Azure Virtual Machine.
Recently I was looking around in my virtual machine to find a topic to blog. Within a few minutes, I was having an idea. In this blog we would talk about an interesting feature “Pause SQL Server”. As stated via official Microsoft documentation “Pausing the Database Engine service prevents new users from connecting to the Database Engine, but users who are already connected can continue to work until their connections are broken. Use pauses when you want to wait for users to complete the work before you stop the service. This enables them to complete transactions that are in progress”. Let us learn about how to fix the issue when the new connections are not allowed.
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