When did you last time patch your SQL Server? I often discuss this question with my clients, I get many different kinds of answers.
In this blog, I would share my findings of how I identified the cause of failure “Disk full: There is not enough disk space on the volume.”
The error which we observed was a failure of a rule – Patch Install Rule Error – Not clustered or the cluster service is up and online.
Few of my clients are still running older versions of SQL Server and they have their own reasons to not to move to the new SQL version. In this blog, we would learn about the fix of an error for which my client contacted me. My client was trying to apply the patch to a SQL Server 2008 R2 clustered instance which was running on Window Server 2012 and getting the error: Unable to retrieve the Cluster Service – Not clustered or the cluster service is up and online.
Question: How Old Version of SQL Server Running on Server?
I do apply patches to my SQL instances as and when they are released by Microsoft. This is important because I always feel keeping the bits up-to-date is essential because I don’t want to get infected as I travel quite a bit. Since I play a lot with my SQL Server, there are more chances that things are going to break sooner than your production server. Here is one such incident. Let us learn about how to fix script level upgrade. Let us learn how to fix the error related to SSISDB.
One of my clients contacted me for quick assistance. They were trying to install a Service pack for SQL Server 2016 instance, but it was failing with below error message about cluster service.