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TS Server fatal error: Cannot read property 'flags' of undefined. (Original URL). Issue Type: Bug. TypeScript Version: 3.8.3 Steps to reproduce crash 1. 2. Error messages with severity level 20 indicate that Adaptive Server has encountered a bug in a command. The problem has affected only the current process, and. But today, when I run a sql query it directed the server into a fatal error. The query that I run is mentioned below. server fatal error

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Level 22: Adaptive Server fatal error: Table integrity suspect

Error messages with severity level 22 indicate that the table or index specified in the message has been previously damaged by a software or hardware problem.

The first step is to restart Adaptive Server and run dbcc to determine whether other objects in the database are also damaged. Whatever the report from dbcc may be, The problem may be only in the cache, and not on the disk itself. If server fatal error, restarting Adaptive Server fixes the problem.

If restarting does not help, server fatal error, then the problem is on the disk as well. Sometimes, the problem can be solved by dropping the object specified in the error message. For example, if the message tells you that Adaptive Server has found a row with length 0 in a nonclustered index, the table owner can drop the index and re-create it.

Adaptive Server takes server fatal error pages or indexes offline that it server fatal error to be suspect during recovery. Use sp_setsuspect_granularity to determine whether recovery marks an entire database or only individual pages as suspect. See sp_setsuspect_granularity in the Reference Manual: Procedures.

The user must reconnect to Adaptive Server.

Setup Failed Fatal Error during installation (0x80070643) SSIS Projects

I installed Microsoft visual studio 2019 and wanted to add the SSIS extension but got the following error.

Microsoft AS OLE DB Provider for SQL Server 2016: An error occurred during the installation of assembly 'Microsoft.VC80.CRT,type="win32",version="8.0.50727.6229",publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",processorArchitecture="x86"'. Please refer to Help and Support for more information. HRESULT: 0x80070002.

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Here is the error log. And the following is the section where the exception was thrown:

can anyone explain where the error is and how to fix it?

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How to fix/remove fatal error during software installation


Problem

You are unable to deploy a software and you get an error - Fatal error during installation process.

Why is this error caused?

You will encounter this error due to one or more of the following reasons:

  1. Prior existence of the software.
  2. If processes, files or browsers related to the software on the client machine are active during deployment.
  3. User name mentioned in the 'Run As' option under Define Configuration does not have the privilege to install the software.
  4. Generic machine-specific issues:
    • Not enough disk space for installation.
    • The temp directory is not clean.
    • A certain file on the machine is locked.
  5. Common Windows Installer problems:
    • The Windows Installer service could not be accessed
    • Windows Installer service couldn’t be started
    • Could not start the Windows Installer service on local computer
  6. Application specific errors

To resolve fatal error during software installation, follow the steps given below:

Remove files of earlier installations

Use Microsoft’s Windows Installer Cleanup utility to remove traces of previous installations. This utility does not remove files installed by the installation, which may need to be removed manually. For more information, refer to Microsoft’s knowledge base article, Description of the Windows Installer CleanUp Utility.

Ensure the user account has administrative privileges to install software

If you are running your installation on a Windows machine, you are more likely the administrator of server fatal error computer. Follow these steps to confirm administrative rights on your computer:

  1. Select Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management.
  2. In the Computer Management dialog, click on System Tools > Local Users and Groups > Users.
  3. Right-click on your user name and select Properties.
  4. In the properties dialog, select the Member Of tab and make sure it states "Administrator".

If you are installing the application on to a Windows 7 or Windows Vista computer, server fatal error, the user name specified in the Run As option should be the default Administrator (username should be Administrator) and not any other member of the Administrator group.

Resolve machine-specific issues

To check your hard disk space, follow the instructions given below:

  • Double-click My Computer.
  • Select the drive on which the software is being installed.
  • Right-click the drive on which the software is being installed (usually, this is C: drive) and select Properties.
  • On the general tab, note the amount of free space.

If you are certain of having enough space to install the software on your computer, server fatal error, something else is causing the error.

To server fatal error the temp directory, follow the instructions given below:

To clean your Temp directory, you first need to determine its location on your hard drive. Delete the contents of the directory either using a MS-DOS command or using Windows Explorer. To determine the location of the Temp directory:

For User Temp files:

  • Select Start > Run.
  • Type %temp% and press Enter. This will list the contents of the User temp folder.

For System Temp files:

  • Select Start > Run.
  • Type temp and press Enter. This will list the contents of the System temp folder.

To delete the contents of the Temp directory:

Choose one of the following methods to delete the contents of the Temp directory.
Note: Do not delete the Temp directory itself. Delete only the files and folders in the directory as follows:

Using a MS-DOS command

  1. Click Start > Run.
  2. Type deltree /y temp_directory_location\\*.*.

    For example: deltree /y C:\\Windows\\Temp\\*.*
    temp_directory_location is the location of the Temp directory.

Using Windows Explorer

  1. Double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop or select Start > Explore.
  2. Navigate to the location of the Temp directory, server fatal error, for example, C:\\Windows\Temp.
  3. Select Edit > Select All. Select File > Delete.
  4. Click Yes or Yes to All in the dialog that appears.

To unlock a certain file on the machine:

  1. Close all applications running in the background.
  2. Reboot your computer.
  3. Run the installation again.

Resolve Common Windows Installer issues

Refer to the Microsoft Knowledge Base to resolve issues related to Windows Installer.

Make sure to kill the related processes.

The processes, files or browsers associated to the software can interrupt deployment if they are active. so, it is recommended to kill them manually before deployment or perform the deployment during system startup.

Resolve application-specific errors

These are MSI application specific errors. Server fatal error example, some applications require a user profile to install. If you have not specified any user in Run As option, try installing the application as a different user.

If you still cannot resolve, try enhancing the logging to identify the problem. Select the "Enable Logging for troubleshooting" option while adding the package and check the logs for any msi based application specific errors. Steps to "Enable Logging for troubleshooting" would include:

  1. Select the Software Deployment tab.
  2. Select the package to be modified.
  3. Click on Edit Package icon under Action field.
  4. Enable Installer/Uninstaller settings under Advanced options.
  5. Enable Logging for troubleshooting checkbox.
  6. Click on Modify Package.

Then modify the defined configuration.

For accessing the logs, go to the following location in the client machine:
C:\\programFiles\\DesktopCentral_Agent\\logs\\

Log name will be in the format <some number_packageName.log>

Read the logs to understand the error type and follow the appropriate resolution explained in the earlier sections.

Learn more about software installation.

In case you are not able to troubleshoot the error, then contact support team with the following details:

  1. Endpoint Central server logs.
  2. Log files from Endpoint Central agent pertaining to the computer where installation has failed.
  3. The software package that you were trying to install.

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Troubleshooting: A fatal error occurred. The connection to SQL server cannot be established

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When you try to open Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client, server fatal error, you get the following error:

A fatal error occurred. The connection to SQL server cannot be established or is no longer usable.

There can be various causes of this error. The most common causes are that Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server has stopped or the connection to SQL Server is not configured grub loading, please wait error 17 error occurs when Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server cannot connect to SQL Server or to the Dynamics NAV database. To resolve this error, verify that the following conditions are met.

  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server connects to the correct database by using the correct login account.

    You can do this by using the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server Administration tool. For more information, server fatal error, see Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server Administration Tool.

  • Login account has the following permissions:

  • SQL Server has the following configurations:

    • TCP/IP protocol is enabled.

    • SQL Server executable file is allowed through the Windows Firewall.

    • SQL Server Browser Service is running, server fatal error. This is required only when Dynamics NAV used a named database instance, such as NAVDEMO, and Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server is on a different computer than SQL Server. For more information, see How to: Start SQL Browser Service.

      For more information, see Troubleshooting: SQL Server Connection Problems.

See Also

Deploying the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Server Components
Troubleshooting the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Client Installation
How to: Install the Web Server Components
Walkthrough: Installing the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Server Components on Three Computers

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Problem

One of our SQL Servers was experiencing fatal errors on a frequent basis during batch processing. This was a SQL Server 2008 on Windows 2008 operating system. Here are some details of the server fatal error log which were captured:

A fatal error occurred while reading the input stream from the network. The session will be terminated (input error: 10054, output error: 0). Error: 4014, Severity: 20, State: 11.


Fatal error shot captured in error log file
Solution

This fatal error suggests that something is wrong on the network which is causing network packets to drop. The error which is captured in the SQL Server error log can be due to different reasons. I searched this error on the web and found some MSDN forums where similar issues were discussed. Some responses suggested disabling the TCP/IP Chimney Offload feature, so I decided to research this further. Let's start with TCP/IP Chimney offloading, RSS features and NetDMA.

Microsoft released the Scalable Networking Pack (SNP) that consists of three main features. These three features are TCP/IP Chimney, Receive Side Scaling (RSS) and NetDMA.

  • TCP/IP Chimney Offload, as per TechNet, is designed to take processing of the network such as packet segmentation and server fatal error processing tasks, from a computer's CPU to a network adapter that supports TCP Chimney Offload. This has the effect of reducing the workload on the host CPU and moving it to the NIC, allowing both the Host OS to perform quicker and also speed up the processing of network traffic.
  • Receive Side Scaling (RSS) enables the network load from a network adapter to be distributed across multiple CPUs in a multiprocessor computer.
  • Network Direct Memory Access (NetDMA) provides services for offloading the memory copy operation that is performed by the networking subsystem to a dedicated direct memory access (DMA) engine when receiving network packets.

Now let's check these settings on our impacted system. We ran the below command to check the existing values of these SNP settings:

netsh int tcp show global

Checked TCP chimney offload

As we can see, all these settings were enabled as shown in the above screenshot. By default, TCP Chimney Offload is disabled in Windows 2008 and later versions, but sometimes vendor applications can turn them on, server fatal error. We can also check whether TCP Chimney Offload is working or not by running the netstat -t command.

I checked these settings on other production servers for the same application and found that these settings were disabled on those servers. See the below output of SNP settings on two production servers:

SERVER: DELHI2013SQL01 TCP Global Parameters ---------------------------------------------- Receive-Side Scaling State : disabled Chimney Offload State : disabled NetDMA State : disabled Direct Cache Access (DCA) : disabled Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level : normal Add-On Congestion Control Provider : ctcp ECN Capability : disabled RFC 1323 Timestamps : disabled SERVER: DELHI2013SQL02 TCP Global Parameters ---------------------------------------------- Receive-Side Scaling State : disabled Chimney Offload State : disabled NetDMA State : disabled Direct Cache Access (DCA) : disabled Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level : normal Add-On Congestion Control Provider : ctcp ECN Capability : disabled RFC 1323 Timestamps : disabled

The problem is that many NICs report to the OS that they support these features, which they indeed do, but many didn't perform these functions very well in reality. These SNP options looks good from an OS perspective, but due to misbehaving NIC drivers they turn into lot of weird server fatal error so it is better to turn them off to fix such issues, server fatal error, get an update from the NIC vendor or use a better NIC driver that can use these features in an effective way.

We should disable these SNP features in Windows and NIC hardware setting as well with the vendor's firmware tools if we don’t have an update for  the NIC driver or NIC drivers are not compatible with these features. We can check these settings in network adaptors by launching device manager and then expanding the network adaptors section as shown in the below screenshot.

SNP settings in netowork adaptors

Steps to Disable NIC Settings

So we decided to replicate the same settings (which were on other production servers) into our impacted server where the fatal errors were reported. We used this Microsoft article server fatal error disable the TCP/ IP Chimney, RSS and NetDMA state by using the below steps.

1: Open a command prompt with administrative privileges.

2: Run the below command to disable TCP/IP Chimney Offload.

netsh int tcp set global chimney=disabled

3: Run the below command to disable RSS.

netsh int tcp set global rss=disabled

4: NetDMA will be disabled through the registry, server fatal error, so make sure to backup your registry before doing the next steps. To open the Registry Editor, click Start, server fatal error, click Run, type regedit, server fatal error, and then click OK.

5: Locate the registry sub-key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters and click on it.

6: Locate the EnableTCPA server fatal error entry. If this registry entry does not exist, right-click the Parameters sub-key, point to New, and then click DWORD Value.

7: Replace the New Value #1 by typing EnableTCPA, and then press ENTER. Double-click the EnableTCPA registry value you just created and type 0 in the Value to disable NetDMA, and then click OK.

8: TCP Chimney Offload and RSS will be disabled just after executing the above commands, but NetDMA requires a system reboot after making changes to the registry.

After the above changes server fatal error the reboot we can run the below command to check whether all these settings are disabled, which they are as shown below.

netsh int tcp show global

SNP settings disabled on windowsserver fatal error we made these changes we no longer received any fatal errors. These features are made to enhance the capability of Windows, but unfortunately it is not always useful if your NIC drivers do not support these features.

Next Steps
  • If you run into these errors, use the steps in this tip to see if these features are enabled for your NICs.
  • If you have advanced NIC drivers that can utilize these features then enable TCP Chimney Offloading otherwise it is suggested to turn them off.





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Article Last Updated: 2015-03-05

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