Let us learn how to install SQL Server on Linux in this quick blog post. I have recently worked with a client wanting multiple installations of SQL Server.
This time DBA called me as he wanted to know if how to confirm that lock pages in memory is enabled for the SQL Server instance.
When my client was trying to patch the other node, it failed with an error – There are No More Endpoints Available From The Endpoint Mapper
SQL SERVER – What do These Messages Mean – “I/O is Frozen on Database” and “I/O was Resumed on Database”?
“I/O is frozen on database” and “I/O was resumed on database”? Did you check the air conditioner temperature? Let us learn about it in today’s blog post.
SQL SERVER – Install Error – The Account Running SQL Server Setup Does Not Have Administrator Rights On the Computer. To Continue, Use an Account With Administrator Rights
In this blog, I would share the steps to identify and fix error – The account running SQL Server Setup does not have administrator rights on the computer.
SQL SERVER – Unable to Allocate Enough Memory to Start ‘SQL OS Boot’. Reduce Non-essential Memory Load or Increase System Memory
In this blog, I would share my learning about error “Unable to allocate enough memory to start ‘SQL OS Boot’. Let us learn the workaround.
During an upgrade, as soon as they enter the product key and hit next, setup was failing with an upgrade error. Let us learn how to fix the error.