FIX: Concurrent Execution of Keyset Cursors may Cause AV & SDES Errors

This article was previously published under Q233542
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BUG #: 55067 (SQLBUG_70)
A server, on which concurrent execution of keyset cursors are occurring, may experience handled exceptions, SDES errors, assertions and server hangs. Examples of each of these types of errors include:
SDES Errors
Found active sdes for spid 262 tabid -862926011 in clean_process
Handled Exceptions:
(ntdll+790b) (ZwGetContextThread+b)
(sqlservr+37cca7) (utassert_fail+1a0)
(sqlservr+2e8920) (XDES::ReportStateError+7d)
(sqlservr+1ad068) (XDES::Commit+52)
(sqlservr+382d) (closetable+263)
(sqlservr+1c7b82) (CDBWorkTable::DestroyScans+c4)
(sqlservr+1c18a3) (CCursorExecContext::DestroyTempTablesScans+12)
(sqlservr+1c2253) (CCursor::Close+ab)
(sqlservr+1c2176) (CCursor::Open+145)
(sqlservr+1bfcff) (CCursorSimpleStmt::XretExecute+a1)
(sqlservr+15aa3) (CMsqlExecContext::ExecuteStmts+118)
(sqlservr+15562) (CMsqlExecContext::Execute+16b)

(KERNEL32+1d4cb) (RaiseException+6a)
(sqlservr+2ef55d) (stackTraceException+53)
(sqlservr+2ef51a) (stackTrace+255)
(sqlservr+37cca7) (utassert_fail+1a0)
(sqlservr+1b2bd4) (ExecutionContext::Cleanup+6f)
(sqlservr+10e5e9) (PSS::~PSS+111)
(sqlservr+10e4d5) (destroyPssMemory+19)
(sqlservr+10e2d6) (freepss+131)
(sqlservr+10ed69) (kill_proc+4e5)
(sqlservr+2e9fa7) (h_access_violation+1a9)
(sqlservr+1afdb7) (language_exec+627)
(opends60+1253) (execute_event+659)
(opends60+144e) (process_commands+f3)
(ums+29ea) (ProcessWorkRequests+ed)
(ums+33e6) (ThreadStartRoutine+139)
(MSVCRT+bee4) (beginthread+ce)
(KERNEL32+4f3e) (lstrcmpiW+be)

SQL Server Assertion: File: <xdesmgr.c>, line = 1774
Failed Assertion = 'FALSE' Invalid XDES state transition from INVALID to COMMITTING context: 2

Other Errors:
Error occurred during cursor close.
Error occurred during cursor cleanup.
This resulted from a bug in the merge back from SP1 sources to the QFE tree. A block of code in one file was copied rather than moved so two work tables were created upon cursor execution when there should only have been one.
This was an error in the build of QFE 7.0.0656, and therefore will not affect any customers who are not using that hotfix.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in SQL Server 7.0. This problem has been corrected in U.S. Service Pack 1 for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0. For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
232570INF: How to Obtain Service Pack 1 for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 and Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE) 1.0
For more information, contact your primary support provider.

Article ID: 233542 - Last Review: 10/21/2013 22:24:17 - Revision: 2.1

Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 Standard Edition

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