Re: sql server traffic shut down internet
- From: "Tibor Karaszi" <tibor_please.no.email_karaszi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 22 May 2009 08:37:12 +0200
There's no SQL Server 03. There's 2000 and 2005. If you are on 2000, you might have been hit by the slammer virus which could expose such behavior. Make sure you then are on at least sp3a.
Tibor Karaszi, SQL Server MVP
"seeker" <seeker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:77CE2F33-C849-483A-98A0-54421E8B11A7@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
we are running sql server 03 on win server 03 enterprise. when i took the
sql server offline everything went back to "normal". Thus the reason I am
thinking that it is the sql server that has the problem. This was a install
without tweeks so could some configuration of sql need to come into play?
How do i look at profiler? Thanks for all of your input.
"Aaron Bertrand [SQL Server MVP]" wrote:
While it is possible that you could write code that would bring your network
to a halt, I think that is unlikely. What version of SQL Server are you
using? If you shut the SQL Server service down, does everything return to
normal? I am guessing it is much more likely that you have an outage for a
very specific reason, that it has absolutely nothing at all to do with SQL
Server, and this is just a timing coincidence.
Do you have IT people on staff who look after the network?
On 5/20/09 4:01 PM, in article
> I have place tables on my newly installed sql server and put it > live to our
> user base. Once all users were inputing data, looking at data > etc. our
> internet traffic degraded to total shut down. What is not > configured right?
> sql server? the winserver 03 os that it sits on? the routers? I > do not know
> where to even start to troubleshoot this one.
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