One of my blog readers contacted me and informed that he is getting the same error as mentioned in below blog SQL SERVER – Service Pack Failure: MissingRegistryKeyException. Note that it had the same error message, but that did not help him here. In this blog, we would learn how to fix MissingRegistryKeyException while installing SQL Server service pack. Let us fix the error registry key is missing.
In this blog post, we are going to discuss how to fix high CPU Consumption on SQL Server 2016 and SQL Server 2017. One of the large multinational corporations recently hired me for Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. Usually, customer hires me once and we are able to fix all of their problems in very little time. However, this customer had a very unique scenario and I had to engage twice to help them out.
It has been a while since I stopped writing about Service Packs announcements, I believe those who needs to always keep track of this and do not need to know via a separate blog post. With that said, I personally do not believe in any such kind of restrictions at all. I believe we should do what we believe will help others. For the same reason, we are reading a blog post about SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 4 Released.
SQL SERVER – Unable to Install Service Pack in Cluster – There was an Error to Lookup Cluster Resource Types
Learning never stops for me with SQL Server. Even though I have written articles to solve many issues, I still get pinged from various clients and I find one new thing every day. In this blog post we will learn how to fix the error related to installing the service pack in the cluster.
There are many enhancements which were introduced in Service Pack 1 of SQL Server 2016. If you are a developer, then you can easily understand this productivity improvement. Does below code looks familiar to you? Let us learn about CREATE OR ALTER Supported in Service Pack 1 of SQL Server 2016.