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Repeated SQLServer Error: 512 in event log with no queries or jobs running

Hi to all,

I have a SQL 2008 server that shows the below error messages in the SQL Server Agent log.

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[298] SQLServer Error: 512, Subquery returned more than 1 value. This is not permitted when the subquery follows =, !=, <, <= , >, >= or when the subquery is used as an expression. [SQLSTATE 21000]

I have no jobs running and no queries being executed but the error are just go on and on. I have restarted the server and and agent but still the same problem.

Can someone please help me fixing this problem?

Thanks

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asked May 13, 2010 at 06:34 AM in Default

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If this error is being logged it must be coming from a query that's being executed. Use the SQL Profiler to see what activity is going on.

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answered May 13, 2010 at 07:29 AM

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It looks like I found the problem. I had alert setup to notify me of hight CPU usage and send me a mail. This I could never get to work but it stayed enabled. I deleted the alret and the events stoped. Thanks
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It looks like I found the problem. I had alert setup to notify me of hight CPU usage and send me a mail. This I could never get to work but it stayed enabled. I deleted the alret and the events stoped. Thanks

Adrian thanks for the answer ...it really worked for me,,,, thank u soo muched
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answered Jul 16 at 06:00 AM

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