Note This article serves as a single source of information to locate all documentation that is related to this service pack. It includes all the information that you previously found in the release notes and Readme.txt files.
Note If you are trying to update your instance from Cumulative Update 11 for SQL Server 2014 (build number 12.0.2560.0) to SQL Server Service Pack 1, the service pack setup fails because of binary mismatch between SQLServr.exe and qds.dll files and SQL Server cannot be started after that.
To work around the issue, use one of the following methods:
- To continue staying on Cumulative Update 11 for SQL Server 2014, you can uninstall the incomplete Service Pack installation. To do this, use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel and then restart SQL Server.
- To upgrade to Service Pack 1 from CU11 and still retain the fixes through CU11, follow these steps:
How to obtain SQL Server 2014 SP1SQL Server 2014 SP1 is available for download at the SQL Server 2014 SP1 download page. You can download SQL Server 2014 SP1 Feature Pack here.
Note After you install the service pack, the SQL Server service version should be reflected as 12.0.4100.1.
List of fixes included in SQL Server 2014 SP1Microsoft SQL Server 2014 service packs are cumulative updates. SQL Server 2014 SP1 upgrades all editions and service levels of SQL Server 2014 to SQL Server 2014 SP1.
In addition to the fixes that are listed in this article, SQL Server 2014 SP1 includes hotfixes that were included in SQL Server 2014 CU1 to SQL Server 2014 CU 5.
For more information about the cumulative updates that are available in SQL Server 2014, see SQL Server 2014 build versions .
- Additional fixes that are not documented here may also be included in the service pack.
- This list will be updated when more articles are released.
Additional resolutionsResolutions to the following issues are also included in SQL Server 2014 SP1.
|VSTS bug number||Description|
|1957464||RESTORE HEADERONLY for an Encrypted Backup file of the Database does not show whether the backup is encrypted or not.|
After you apply SP1, the output of RESTORE HEADONLY will include three additional columns: KeyAlgorithm, EncryptorThumbprint and EncryptorType that can give additional details about the encrypted backup. For more information, see RESTORE HEADERONLY topic in SQL Server Books Online.
|2366022||SQL Server setup required the .NET Framework 3.5 when you install SQL Server 2014 Express Edition (with Database Engine only) on Windows 8. It is now skipped when you install this kind of media.|
|2535853||/qs option requires user input when you install Express packages of SQL Server 2014 RTM.|
|2580641||Invalid query syntax in stored procedure when you drop an article that is published in |
more than one publication.
|2580651||Peer-to-peer (P2P) conflict messages require additional details. |
Note After you apply SP2 for 2012 or SP1 for 2014, the error message 22815 will have the information on Table Name, Primary Key (s), Current Version, Pre Version and Post Version. Apart from Table Name and Primary Key(s), Post Version exists for all three types of conflict (delete, update and insert). Current Version is not applicable for delete conflict type and PreVersion is not applicable for exist for insert conflict type.
|2580686||Update-Update conflicts in P2P replication when updates are made to text column by using UPDATE or WRITE.|
|2580693||Incorrect results when you work with block mode unary operators.|
|2580746||DPM’s full backup on the server with AlwaysOn secondary will be converted to copy_only backup|
|2581191||Merge Replication logging improvement:|
To help troubleshoot merge replication performance issues, add the output of TraceFlag 101 when the output verbose level for the merge agent is set to 4.
|2581192||Transaction Replication logging improvement:|
To help troubleshoot transaction replication performance issues, add verbose message to the stats in history tables and more detailed messages in the agent logs.
|2581222||SSMS Crashes during Movement of Maintenance Plan tasks if the Maintenance Plan name the first SUB_PLAN name are the same.|
|2581197||The end SCOPE statement does not match the opening SCOPE statement.|
|2581377||"ACTIONABLE_HEAP_CORRUPTION" when SSRS configuration file is parsed by using an invalid InstanceId.|
|2581382||Provides platform information in the log of SSRS 2014|
|2733205||"Action <name> was not found" message when selecting Facets option from the context menu of a Report Server instance in object explorer|
|2841734||Exception occurs when you execute the SQL Server 2014 cumulative update package (for example SQLServer2014-KB2967546-x64.exe) with the command-line switch /?|
|3143194||LOB reads are shown as zero when "SET STATISTICS IO" is on during executing a query with clustered columnstore index.|
|3506361||Some shared components could not be patched for later servicing when SSDT BI version 12.0.2299.1 and SQL Server 2014 are installed side by side.|
|3731350||When you use features that rely on log pool cache (for example, Always On) on systems with multiple sockets, you may notice high values for "log write waits" counter. Before SP1, you have to enable trace flag T9024 to activate the fix for this issue in SQL Server 2014. Starting SP1, you do not have to manually add the trace flag, as the fix is already included. For more information, see FIX: High "log write waits" counter value on an instance of SQL Server 2012 .|
|3732057||When your instance of SQL Server is handling thousands of connection resets because of connection pooling, performance problems occur when database lock activity increases in SQL Server. The issue is fixed in CU1 for SQL Server 2014, and you have to add a trace flag T1236 to start parameters to activate the fix. Service Pack 1 for SQL Server 2014 includes this fix by default and you do not have to add any trace flags to activate the fix. For more information, see FIX: Performance problems occur when database lock activity increases in SQL Server .|
|3909490||Error 4819 occurs for some combination of database schema and data when the fast load context (TF610) for bulk load and TF4199 are enabled.|
|3938420||Cannot upgrade a SQL Server instance to SQL Server 2014 because SQL Server Agent JOBS directory is missing, and the system is in an incomplete state.|
Fixes for Connect ItemsThe following fixes for Connect Items were submitted by the community and are also included in SQL Server 2014 SP1.
|Connect Bug ID||Description|
|714689||Evaluation results are written to output xml file multiple times when you implement Enterprise Management Framework against multiple servers and an error occurs against one of the servers in the list.|
|735543||Database goes into a restore mode when its backup is restored as a different database on the same instance.|
|736509||You cannot debug a stored procedure that calls sp_executesql in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). When F11 is pressed, you receive an 'Object reference not set to an instance of object' error message.|
|740181||SSMS does not fully manage Full-Text in SQL Server Express.|
|745566||SQL Server SMO ignores default constraint in SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2014.|
|764197||SSMS handles Numbered Stored procedures inconsistently.|
|769121||"Column '<column name>' does not belong to table summary. (System.Data)" error message when replicating tables have the same names but are located in different schemas.|
|773710||After reverting to a database snapshot that contains full-text indexes, you cannot create any ft_catalogs until you either restart SQL Server, detach and then attach the database, or take the database offline and then set the database online.|
|774317||SSMS occasionally crashes on close, which then causes it to automatically restart|
|785064||"Value of 'null' is not valid for 'stream' " error message when you work with customer pipeline components in Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS).|
|785151||When you execute queries with Show Actual Query Plan turned on, the result of Null is returned, and you receive the following error message:|
Error: Msg 50000, Level 16, State 10, Procedure test, Line 34 String or binary data would be truncated.
|791929||"A system assertion check has failed" error message when you insert data into a partitioned view that has triggers.|
|797967||Create script duplicates the statements when scripting column level permissions in SSMS.|
|799430||SSMS may crash when you try to refresh the SSMS window icon on the task bar.|
|804901||Deploying new versions of large projects encounters a time-out during deployment into SSIS Catalog database (SSISDB). Additionally, you receive the following error messages:|
Failed to deploy project. For more information, query the operation_messages view for the operation identifier ’219′. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 27203) Failed to deploy the project. Fix the problems and try again later.:Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding. The statement has been terminated.
|805659||"Some part of your SQL statement is nested too deeply. Rewrite the query or break it up into smaller queries" error message when you parse or execute stored procedure.|
Select the correct file to download and installThe SQL Server 2014 SP1 download page contains the system requirements for installing SQL Server 2014 SP1 and basic installation instructions. For additional documentation about how to upgrade installed 2014 SP1 components with a SQL Server 2014 servicing update, see "install SQL Server 2014 Servicing Updates".
Use the following table to identify the location and name of the file to download based on your currently installed version. The download pages provide system requirements and basic installation instructions.
|Version you currently have installed||Action you want to take||File to download and install|
|A 32-bit version of any edition of SQL Server 2014||Upgrade to the 32-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1||SQLServer2014SP1-KB3018269-x86-ENU.exe from here|
|A 32-bit version of SQL Server 2014 RTM Express||Upgrade to the 32-bit version of SQL Server 2014 Express SP1||SQLServer2014SP1-KB3018269-x86-ENU.exe from here|
|A 32-bit version of only the client and manageability tools for SQL Server 2014 (including SQL Server 2014 Management Studio)||Upgrade the client and manageability tools to the 32-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1||SQLManagementStudio_x86_ENU.exe from here|
|A 32-bit version of SQL Server 2014 Management Studio Express||Upgrade to the 32-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1 Management Studio Express||SQLManagementStudio_x86_ENU.exe from here|
|A 32-bit version of any edition of SQL Server 2014 and a 32-bit version of the client and manageability tools (including SQL Server 2014 RTM Management Studio)||Upgrade all products to the 32-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1||SQLServer2014SP1-KB3018269-x86-ENU.exe from here|
|A 32-bit version of one or more tools from the Microsoft SQL Server 2014 RTM Feature Pack||Upgrade the tools to the 32-bit version of Microsoft SQL Server 2014 SP1 Feature Pack||One or more files from Microsoft SQL Server 2014 SP1 Feature Pack|
|No 32-bit installation of SQL Server 2014 Management Studio||Install 32-bit SQL Server 2014 Management Studio including SP1||SQLManagementStudio_x86_ENU.exe from here|
|No 32-bit version of SQL Server 2014 RTM Express||Install 32-bit SQL Server 2014 Express including SP1||SQLEXPR32_x86_ENU.exe from here|
|A 64-bit version of any edition of SQL Server 2014||Upgrade to the 64-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1||SQLServer2014SP1-KB3018269-x64-ENU.exe from here|
|A 64-bit version of SQL Server 2014 RTM Express||Upgrade to the 64-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1||SQLServer2014SP1-KB3018269-x64-ENU.exe from here|
|A 64-bit version of only the client and manageability tools for SQL Server 2014 (including SQL Server 2014 Management Studio)||Upgrade the client and manageability tools to the 64-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1||SQLManagementStudio_x64_ENU.exe from here|
|A 64-bit version of SQL Server 2014 Management Studio Express||Upgrade to the 64-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1 Management Studio Express||SQLManagementStudio_x64_ENU.exe from here|
|A 64-bit version of any edition of SQL Server 2014 and a 64-bit version of the client and manageability tools (including SQL Server 2014 RTM Management Studio)||Upgrade all products to the 64-bit version of SQL Server 2014 SP1||SQLServer2014SP1-KB3018269-x64-ENU.exe from here|
|A 64-bit version of one or more tools from the Microsoft SQL Server 2014 RTM Feature Pack||Upgrade the tools to the 64-bit version of Microsoft SQL Server 2014 SP1 Feature Pack||One or more files from Microsoft SQL Server 2014 SP1 Feature Pack|
|No 64-bit installation of SQL Server 2014 Management Studio||Install 64-bit SQL Server 2014 Management Studio including SP1||SQLManagementStudio_x64_ENU.exe from here|
|No 64-bit version of SQL Server 2014 RTM Express||Install 64-bit SQL Server 2014 Express including SP1||SQLEXPR_x64_ENU.exe from here|
Note If you have version 12.0.4050.0 of SQL Server 2014 Service SP1 (KB3018269) installed, you must uninstall that update from all installation instances before you install this update. To do this, use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel. For more information, see KB 3018269 . Notice that you may have KB3018269 installed for any of the following reasons:
- You applied the update to an existing instance of SQL Server 2014
- You installed a new instance of SQL Server 2014 SP1 by using the KB3018269 “Slipstream Package” (for example, SQLServer2014SP1-FullSlipstream-x64-ENU)
- You installed any of the SQL Server 2014 SP1 Express Edition packages
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