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ended with a partial command (41)

Hello,

I am adding a new column to a table which is under replication. The table contains around 200,000,000 records. After making this change I'm getting the below error. I tried apply slow start mode and few more techniques. It does not resolve...

Can you please help me on this ?

Error Message:

Transaction 0x0001177600007b10000100000000 ended with a partial command (41); the next transaction is 0x0001177600007b10000100000000. When troubleshooting, execute DBCC CHECKDB and look for issues with the distribution database. Execute sp_browsereplcmds on the distribution database and save the result before contacting product support. (Source: MSSQL_REPL, Error number: MSSQL_REPL20013) Get help: http://help/MSSQL_REPL20013

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asked Apr 13 '10 at 08:44 AM in Default

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It does tell you what you need to do:

Execute sp_browsereplcmds on the distribution database and save the result before contacting product support

Time to use one of those product support incidents, then.

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answered Apr 13 '10 at 08:47 AM

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Yes I did browsrepl commands.. and it shows that it is due to DDL command replication.
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