This section contains information about troubleshooting the SQL Server 2008 Database Engine.
Provides information for troubleshooting common problems with the data collector.
Contains information about troubleshooting connections to the Database Engine.
Provides information for troubleshooting common problems with Database Mail.
Contains information to help you troubleshoot problems in setting up a database mirroring session.
Discusses possible responses to an error during a redo, undo, or recovery operation that places a SQL Server database into the SUSPECT state (error 3313, 3314, 3414, or 3456).
Discusses possible responses to a full transaction log and suggests how to avoid it in the future.
Lists GROUP BY error messages and suggests resolutions
Discusses how to respond if the Database Engine lacks sufficient disk space for data files during recovery.
Provides procedures and recommendations to help you diagnose and troubleshoot problems caused by insufficient disk space in the tempdb database.
Discusses how to troubleshoot problems with viewing metadata.
Explains how to detect and resolve the situation in which the SQL Server login for a database user is undefined or is incorrectly defined on the server instance (creating an orphaned user).
Contains information to help you troubleshoot policy failures and performance problems.
Discusses how to interpret error codes that you receive when the Database Engine encounters a protocol-related error during startup.
Contains information about troubleshooting query problems in the Database Engine.
Provides troubleshooting information for common problems with query notifications.
Provides troubleshooting guidance for Resource Governor.
Describes common object dependency problems and their solutions.
Discusses how to troubleshoot common problems with SQL Mail.