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I was running a simple query on a large table tab1 with a where clause depending on two smaller tables (tab2 and tab3) where the nested query only returns 633 values.

select * from tab1 where id in (select id from tab2 inner join tab3 where ...)

and get the following message

Msg 605, Level 21, State 3, Line 1
Attempt to fetch logical page (7:5707686) in database 6 failed. It belongs to allocation unit 0 not to 359756898631680.

Any idea what's going on?
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That is database or index corruption.

Run the following commands on each table access in your query (ie. tab1, tab2, tab3)

Once you find the one that gives you the error, you can try dropping and recreating the indexes.  If that doesn't solve the problem you will need to restore that table from backup.
dbcc checktable(tab1)

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