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Error on SQL  and SQL db repair

Posted on 2013-10-25
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Screen shot of the SQL error we are receiving.
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We attempted to increase the size of our memory on an SQL Database server but it didn't work. So when we went back to the snapshot, now we are getting errors on SQL and even trying to repair the databases we just seems we can't.

Any help would be appreciated.

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The first question is what do you mean by "memory increase", the max available to the SQL server or the physical memory on the box?

The second question is what was the reason you tried the repair?
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The Server was at 8GB mem and we tried to go to 16GB and had to revert back. The second part is only what I know second hand from our SQL dba is that he tried to start the services because they were not running and couldn't so he tried to do a repair on them to no avail.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for BuffStateIT's comment #a39601685

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Just trying to close out abandoned question
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