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dhcp errors 1014, 1016 every week

By Able-Admin ·
These errors started shortly after applying SP3

There are no clues in the dhcp server log, ie no leases expiring or a
machine renewing their lease. In fact the only thing in the event log
which I don't quite understand is that every hour or soI get a
message - restarting rogue detection.

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - Q173396 DOES NOT solve the problem

I am able to repair/compact the database by stopping the dhcp server,
jetpacking it, then restarting the dhcp server. Error resurfaces a week or so later.

Even tried using a backup database from tape. Same as above.

If anyone can throw any light on this problem, I'd be very grateful.

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by Dan_C In reply to dhcp errors 1014, 1016 ev ...

Just out of interest, you say once a week... Do you happen to do a full backup or a full antivirus scan at that time?

Anything that access the Jet DB files while it is trying to do a backup itself can cause those errors.

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by Able-Admin In reply to dhcp errors 1014, 1016 ev ...

Hrmmm...Excellent question, but unfortunatly the closest backup/Vsweep was set to run an hour -After- the error occured.

the latest occurances were:

9/9 8:02:15pm Event 1016
9/9 8:02:15pm Event 1014
9/9 6:02:14pm Event 1016
9/9 6:02:14pm Event 1014

(interesting time pattern)

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by maxwell edison In reply to dhcp errors 1014, 1016 ev ...

Jetpack Error Codes for Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - Q172570

Logging and Recovery Errors:

Error 1014: Out of database page buffers

Error 1016: Too many columns in an index

The following article lists the codes and meanings only:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;Q172570&

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by maxwell edison In reply to dhcp errors 1014, 1016 ev ...

Do you operate in a clustered environment?

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - Q283251

How to Use the Jetpack Utility on a Clustered WINS/DHCP Database

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q283251

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Perhaps the following will provide a clue:

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - Q145881

How to Use Jetpack.exe to Compact a WINS or DHCP Database

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;q145881&

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http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/server/help/default.asp?url=/windows2000/en/server/help/sag_DHCP_tro_RestoringData.htm

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REMOVE SPACES......

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by Able-Admin In reply to dhcp errors 1014, 1016 ev ...

Thanks for the reference! While trying Jetpack one more time I noticed error 1032 ref->(Cannot access file). I double checked the security permissions on the dhcp folder and noticed that the group "Server Operators" didn't have write access. I figured "what the ****" granted write access and jetpacked again. This time recieving 530 ref->(Bad signature for a log file) and 1029 ref->(JetInit not yet called). Started the DHCP service back up and had (The DHCP service successfully restored thedatabase. ) waiting for me in the system event log. We'll see how that goes. though I have a suspicion that I'll be right back here next week.

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