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sql Server Rebooted overnight... errors in  event log

Posted on 2008-10-21
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Hi Folks,
my sql server rebooted overnight. I got the following errors in the event log

Eventid  1090
System is operational again. Server has previously been shutdown by Automatic Server Recovery and has just become operational again
SNMP TRAP: 6025 in CPQHLTH.MIB

Event 1123
System Information Agent: Health: Post Errors were detected.  One or more Power-On-Self-Test errors were detected during server startup.
[SNMP TRAP: 6027 in CPQHLTH.MIB]

I am running SCOM 2007 and not sure if that has something to do with it.

has any one got any ideas here?
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These errors are not from or related to the SQL Server software.

The OS guys are going to be more help than we SQL guys will.

Would you click the Request Attention link and ask that the OS / Microsoft / Server / Systems Management Server and Windows 2003 Server zones be added?

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I agree. Isn't problem with SQL Server.
You should ask about those errors with Systems Administratorst team.

Cheers
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by:Jim P.
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Also agree -- not SQL issues.

Other thing I would do is check that my backups are safely stored somewhere else. And make sure you have your disaster recovery plan started now.
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thanks
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