I installed the August Cumulative Update, but the version number didn't update on my system. The install processed successfully (at least no errors showed up). How do I confirm the installation?
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I installed Service Pack 1 for SQL 2008 on one of my servers. This server has multiple instances. In this case, it is the instance "SHAREPOINT2010" that is giving me difficulties.
For Sharepoint 2010, we need to install cumulative update 5. This update fails due to the fact I do not have the correct SQL version. It is expecting version 10.0.2531 (SP1), but it says I have the 10.0.1600 (RTM). When I check in my management studio and
via the @@version, I do see the confirmation I have version 10.0.2531. (also see attached screenshot).
Does anyone know why the cumulative update fails to see the correct server version ? If I try to install it on another SQL 2008 SP1, it works fine..;
Thank you !
I've been asked to install SQL 2008 CU 10 for SP1 and was wondering if the sql server is still available during the install of the cumulative update. Is a restart necessary after installing a cumulative update? I don't have a test machine and
I need to apply it to a production server.
First of all, sorry for my English. I have a question.
Whether we should first remove cumulative update packages before install service pack in SQL 2008 (SQL 2008 R2) as it was in SQL 2005?
I don't found such information in available links, for example
I've been searching for an answer to this for days. I've seen some similar issues but none that directly reflect my problem. I have one instance of
SQL server 2005 SP2 on a Windows 2003 Server Sp2 32 bit system. I've tried to install both SP3 and SP4 from Windows Update and manually from downloaded files. In every case the install completes succesfully. No reboot is requested but I rebooted anyway. I
see this in the event viewer:
Successful Install message in EventViewer
Event Type: Information
Event Source: Windows Update Agent
Event Category: Installation
Event ID: 19
Time: 4:53:27 PM
Installation Successful: Windows successfully installed the following update: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 4 (KB2463332)
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I noticed that cu should apply to affected system that with specific issues with fixes. cu4 contains fix that allow to use "Locked pages in memory". Is that safe to apply cu just for that?
After installing Exchange 2010 SP1, it appears that Sharepoint is behaving differently. When a user edits an instance of a recurring item on a calendar, it treats this as a creation (generates an "added" email and updates the created date/time
to the current date/time).
Some users receive these emails and expect that an item was added instead of just being modified (this only applies to the first instance of editing a recurring event instance). I presume that this is due to the way that recurring events are handled
in Exchange 2010? (probably only differences from the main are stored instead of creating a different object for each instance)
Has anyone found a way to work around this and emulate the old behavior?
Please note: running as a Domain Admin, FTData folders all exist, SIDs are correct for the relavnt user groups, Full Control permission given to Administartors group for WMI yet stull:
Cannot install Cumulative Update 11 for SQL Server 2005
Product Installation Status
Product : SQL Server Database Services 2005 (MSSQLSERVER)
Product Version (Previous): 4211
Product Version (Final) :
Status : Failure
Log File : C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Setup Bootstrap\LOG\Hotfix\SQL9_Hotfix_KB2258854_sqlrun_sql.msp.log
Error Number : 11032
Error Description : Unable to install Windows Installer MSP file
09/22/2010 21:20:28.175 Installing product: SQL9
09/22/2010 21:20:28.635 Registry: Opened registry key "Software\Micr
Cumulative Update 3 completely destroyed my SQL 2008 R2 installation. We were hoping it resolved some of the issue we are seeing with R2 but unfortunately now SQL will not
start. Is there any way to completely remove cumulative update 3 from the server? We are running SQL 2008 R2 on Server 2008 r2 x64.
Any insight will be greatly appreciated.