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Errors after moving SQL to new server

 

Hi,
I move SQL server to a new server successfully with the help of TECH64655, TECH35744 e TECH75498. I am gatting the error below, stating it cannot connect to the old SQL server.
 
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Log Name:      Symantec Enterprise Vault
Source:        Enterprise Vault 
Event ID:      13397
Task Category: Storage Restore
Level:         Warning
Computer:      EV01.domain.local
Description:      The connection 'Provider=SQLOLEDB;Server=EVSQL.domain.local;Database=EnterpriseVaultAudit;Trusted_Connection=yes' was lost and the system is waiting to reconnect (Thread Id: 7132) 
 
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Log Name:      Application
Source:        Enterprise Vault
Date:          25-01-2012 11:07:03
Event ID:      13397
Task Category: Index Server
Level:         Warning
Keywords:      Classic
User:          N/A
Computer:      EV01.domain.local
Description:
The connection 'Provider=SQLOLEDB;Server=EVSQL.domain.local;Database=EnterpriseVaultAudit;Trusted_Connection=yes' was lost and the system is waiting to reconnect (Thread Id: 4896) 
 
 
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For odbc check, use the %system%\syswow64\odbcad32.exe !

Make sure you are logged in as the VSA. Verify odbc connection using that. It might be that it points to old server? Is the registry updated to reflect the new server? (kvs\directory somewhere)

If this all fails, make an alias in DNS: oldsql.domain.local = newsql.domain.local

Regards. Gertjan

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Are the errors only for the

Are the errors only for the Audit database? If there are connectivity issues then I would expect that error for all db's. If it is just the audit database then check the ODBC connections from the EV server within the control panel and the permissions to the DB for the EV service account.

Basic ping tests should highlight any connectivity issues too.

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X64

For odbc check, use the %system%\syswow64\odbcad32.exe !

Make sure you are logged in as the VSA. Verify odbc connection using that. It might be that it points to old server? Is the registry updated to reflect the new server? (kvs\directory somewhere)

If this all fails, make an alias in DNS: oldsql.domain.local = newsql.domain.local

Regards. Gertjan

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Thanks guy I went backup to

Thanks guy

I went backup to my not and realise that one step. It stated in case of sql error verify TECH75498.

It all good now.