Rebuilding Master using the Rebuild Master Utility Tool (SQL Server 2000) 
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 Rebuilding Master using the Rebuild Master Utility Tool (SQL Server 2000)
We are going through a rebuild process here of the master db using the
utility and it appears that the process is in a loop. The message from the
GUI is "Server Configuration Process..." and stays there. Now this server
does not have any user databases installed on it. In fact it was just built
to test for disaster recovery. Its been this way now for 2 hours. I am
surprised and wonder if it should take this long. Thanks for any
information.


Mon, 14 Jul 2003 10:20:43 GMT
 Rebuilding Master using the Rebuild Master Utility Tool (SQL Server 2000)

That does not look right, it should max be 30 minutes or so, depending on
your machine. It should not take longer then the initial setup took.
-GertD


Quote:
> We are going through a rebuild process here of the master db using the
> utility and it appears that the process is in a loop. The message from the
> GUI is "Server Configuration Process..." and stays there. Now this server
> does not have any user databases installed on it. In fact it was just
built
> to test for disaster recovery. Its been this way now for 2 hours. I am
> surprised and wonder if it should take this long. Thanks for any
> information.



Mon, 14 Jul 2003 14:40:43 GMT
 Rebuilding Master using the Rebuild Master Utility Tool (SQL Server 2000)
Patrick,

Probably a bug in SQL2K (has to do with read-only). See KB Q273572.

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Quote:
> We are going through a rebuild process here of the master db using the
> utility and it appears that the process is in a loop. The message from the
> GUI is "Server Configuration Process..." and stays there. Now this server
> does not have any user databases installed on it. In fact it was just built
> to test for disaster recovery. Its been this way now for 2 hours. I am
> surprised and wonder if it should take this long. Thanks for any
> information.



Mon, 14 Jul 2003 15:32:55 GMT
 
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