NOD32 Vs SQL Server 2000 SP3

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by quicko, Jul 7, 2004.

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  1. quicko

    quicko Registered Member

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    Hi to you all.
    Does anybody know about incompatibility between NOD32 and Microsoft SQL Server 2000 (with Service Pack 3)
    installed on a Windows 2000 Server (with Service Pack 4)?
    MD? files have been excluded from the AMON control but the problem (which is a crash of the server) is still alive.
    Thanks.
     
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    just simply update your SQL server as much as possible and that should solve your problem, also update your imon. Email nod support for it.
     
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    I haven't any troubles with MSSQL2000SP3 and AMON/IMON (on local machine, developer version)...
    Maybe you can try add MSSQL's DATA folder to AMON exclusions, IMON should work fine with MSSQL..
     
  4. quicko

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    Thanks.
    Analyzing the SQL logs I saw that is IMON v 2.008 that causes the crash.
    Maybe an update to v 2.009 will resolve the problem: I will let you know.
    Just another question... why this component hasn't been updated by the "update modules" utility?
     
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    2.000.9 was only for those having trouble with 2.000.8 not for everyone if I remember correctly. Some were having trouble with shutting down...hanging. I think that was the issue - so 2.000.9 was for them.
     
  6. quicko

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    Thanks for the info Mele20.
    It seems that a non-installation of IMON is the only way to avoid the crash of MSSQL2000SP3 on that server.
    This sound very strange because on my own machine (in which I run MSSQL2000SP3 too) I don't have any kind of problem (as DiGi).
     
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    I run MS SQL Server 2000 sp3 on W2K sp4 using NDO32 with no problems.

    Unlike other AV companies, thanx to ESET for not charging us 5 times as much because I run a small server.

    That was the initial reason for coming to ESET.
     
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    I second that, because I use to run a Win2k server at home for gaming, and I didn't feel that I should pay 5 times more for it. :D
     
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