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How to Fix Microsoft SQL Server Error 926 Instantly

Microsoft SQL server is the most popular database management system. It provides flexibility to the database administrator for managing the database. But, sometimes it creates numerous errors in different stages while working with the SQL server database. SQL database suspect error 926 is one of them, which creates hurdles in SQL transaction. Sometimes, it also vanish the smooth working of SQL server as it makes database inaccessible for the user.

Hence, this article will tell you the best solution on how to fix Microsoft SQL Server error 926. Before going towards the solution, let us discuss the symptoms and reasons behind SQL Server error 926.

SQL Server Error 926 – Find Out Reasons

  • The SQL database might be marked as suspected
  • When malware defect occurs in the hardware of the machine<
  • If corruption found in the header part of the system file
  • Sudden shut down of the server application also leads the error

How to Fix Microsoft SQL Server Error 926

You can resolve SQL database suspect error 926 with help of any of the solution discussed below:

Solution # 1: Resolve SQL Error 926 Using Server Management Studio

  1. Launch the SQL Server Management Studio on your computer system.
  2. After that, go to the Object Explorer >> Server Instance >> Stop option.
  3. Now, minimize the management studio & open the Control Panel on the system.
  4. After that, change the view screen to Large icon & click on the Administrative Tools.
  5. In this step, select the Services option to proceed further.
  6. Here, search for the SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER), right-click on it & choose Stop option.
  7. Close the control panel window & launch My Computer or Computer on Windows. In the computer, go to the location where SQL data has been saved.
  8. Select MSDBDATA and MSDBlog files and move them to another location.
  9. Now, go to the location where you had moved the file in the previous step and copy them.
  10. In this step, restore the management studio window & go to the Object Explorer section. Now, right-click on the Server Instance & choose Start option.
  11. Finally, click on the Refresh button of the Management studio in order to update the changes.

Limitations of the Manual Approach

The above discussed manual method involves a lot of brainstorming effort and it is a time consuming process.To fix SQL Server error 926, there is a long and complex command to be executed. There might be the possibility that you might make mistake during command execution. It also takes a lot of time to remove the error Microsoft SQL error 926 and to recover the SQL server database. Moreover, the manual procedure is completely unsuitable for the non-technical or less experienced users because this process contains the totally technical term. Thus, to replace the manual approach, an effortless approach is described which overcomes all such consequences of the manuals.

Solution # 2: Fix Microsoft SQL Server Error 926

To overcome all such drawbacks, users are suggested to take help from a third-party solution named as SQL MDF Repair Tool. The tool repairs corrupt MDF / NDF SQL server database file of SQL Server version 2017 & all below version. The software gives you two different options for exporting. One can export recovered database in SQL server database and as .sql script. Moreover, by using this Professional software, Microsoft SQL Server error 926 can be easily fixed without any hassle.

Final Words

In this article, we have discussed about SQL server error 926 and different methods to fix this error. The manual approach is available to fix SQL error 926 Suspect but it has many consequences. Hence, in order to perform a simple, easy and effortless recovery procedure, users can use SQL recovery tool. It is the easiest approach to remove SQL Database suspect error 926

 
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Posted by on September 19, 2018 in DB corruption

 

SQL Server 2017 on Linux

Hello, followers, I need to share with you some tips in SQL Server 2017 on Linux

  • SQL Server 2017 supported Red Hat, SUSE and Ubuntu
  • You need 3.25 GB of memory to run SQL Server Enterprise on the Linux operating system
  • Not like Windows Server you can install multiple instances on the operation system, Linux supported only one SQL Server instance
  • Hostname of the SQL server should be less than 15 Characters
  • File System has a different configuration in Ubuntu and SUSE should be EXT4 but in Red Hat should be EXT4 and XFS Files.
  • Remote databases can’t be stored on NFS system
  • SQL Server Native GUI still not supported in Linux system till this moment
  • Cannot connect to the SQL instance on Linux from the management studio installed on Windows Server
  • The maintenance plan, Management Data Warehouse, distributed transactions, and the Data Collector are not supported in SQL Server /Linux
  • If you have SQL version less than 2017 and you need to migrate it to Linux , Recommended to upgrade it on Windows server to SQL 2017 than you can take backup from DB and restore it on Linux or Attach / De attach and in the restore DB from windows to Linux you need to use “WITH MOVE” T-SQL statement
  • SQL Server 2017 unsupported feature on Linux (transactional replication, merge replication, stretch DB, polybase, distributed queries with third-party connections, system extended stored procedures, file tables, CLR assemblies with external access or unsafe permissions set, and buffer pool extensions. Database mirroring, agent alerts, managed backups, the SQL Server browser and the machine learning services that include support for the R and Python programming languages, are also not supported at the time of this recording)

I know this a lot features in SQL Server 2017 not supported in Linux but personally, I am so proud about this results it is the first time for Microsoft to see SQL Server on another operating system (Red Hat, SUSE or Ubuntu)

References :

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/linux/sql-server-linux-release-notes?view=sql-server-2017

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/linux/sql-server-linux-editions-and-components-2017?view=sql-server-2017

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/linux/sql-server-linux-security-overview?view=sql-server-2017

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/09/27/sql_server_2017_whats_new_and_on_linux_whats_missing/

 

 
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Posted by on September 15, 2018 in SQL Server 2017 on Linux

 

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