MSSQLSERVER_1793

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Product Name

SQL Server

Event ID

1793

Event Source

MSSQLSERVER

Component

SQLEngine

Symbolic Name

FILESTREAM_BASEDATA_NEED_SAME_PARTITION

Message Text

Cannot drop index '%.*ls' since a partition scheme is not specified for FILESTREAM data.

This message occurs when you try to drop a clustered index on a table that contains FILESTREAM data, and you specify a MOVE TO clause for the base data, but you do not specify a FILESTREAM_ON clause for the FILESTREAM data.

When dropping a clustered index on a table that contains FILESTREAM data, use one of the following options:

  • Specify both a MOVE TO clause for the base data and a FILESTREAM_ON clause for the FILESTREAM data.

  • Do not specify either a MOVE TO clause for the base data or a FILESTREAM_ON clause for the FILESTREAM data.

The following example fails because a partition scheme is specified for the base data, but is not specified for the FILESTREAM data.

DROP INDEX [<clustered_index_name>] ON [<table_name>] 
WITH ( ONLINE = OFF, MOVE TO [PRIMARY] )
GO

The following example succeeds because both a MOVE TO clause for the base data and a FILESTREAM_ON clause for the FILESTREAM data are specified.

DROP INDEX [<clustered_index_name>] ON [<table_name>] 
WITH ( ONLINE = OFF, MOVE TO [PRIMARY], filestream_on 'default' )
GO

The following example also succeeds because neither a MOVE TO clause for the base data nor a FILESTREAM_ON clause for the FILESTREAM data is specified.

DROP INDEX [<clustered_index_name>] ON [<table_name>] 
WITH ( ONLINE = OFF )
GO

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