FIX: Temporary files that are created by DBCC are not deleted when SQL Server is restarted
Assume that Microsoft SQL Server is not running while a DBCC command is executed. When you restart SQL Server, the temporary files that are created by DBCC are not deleted as expected.
This problem occurs if Windows is restarted before the DBCC CHECKDB command can close the file handles. In this situation, the operating system cannot clean up the temporary files that were created by DBCC CHECKDB, and these files continue to occupy space.
Cumulative Update informationThis issue is fixed in Cumulative Update 4 for SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
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Article ID: 3075468 - Last Review: 12/22/2015 03:17:00 - Revision: 1.0
Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Business Intelligence, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Developer, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Enterprise, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Express, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Standard, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Web, SQL Server 2014 Reporting Services
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