List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2014 CU5 – Part 1

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With every release of SQL Server product or subsequent service packs or Cumulative updates, new bugs are encountered or discovered. Below are some of the bugs which were fixed with the release of Cumulative update package (CU) 5 for Microsoft SQL Server 2014.

MSDN Support KB Article 3009974
FIX: Slow AG synchronization when disks have different sector sizes for primary and secondary replica log files in SQL Server SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 2970136
FIX: Cannot remove backup file after you restore the database from Windows Azure Blob storage service in SQL Server 2014 SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 2981424
FIX: Exception when you select more than one hierarchy from parent/child dimension in SSAS 2012 or in SSAS 2014 Analysis Services

MSDN Support KB Article 2986423
FIX: It takes a long time to add new columns to a table when the row size exceeds the maximum allowed size SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 2992069
FIX: XMLA and Windows PowerShell return different code for the same SSAS 2012 or SSAS 2014 processing Analysis Services
MSDN Support KB Article 2995622
FIX: “Specified cast is not valid” when you load an XML document that has time zone information in SSIS 2012 or SSIS 2014 Integration Services

MSDN Support KB Article 2996729
FIX: “Non-yielding Scheduler” condition occurs when you run a complex query in SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014 SQL performance
MSDN Support KB Article 2997392
FIX: INSERT performance decreases in merge replication that uses precomputed partitions in SQL Server 2012 or 2014 SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 2998870
FIX: “The record ID is incorrect” error when you use DAX to execute query in a dimension in SSAS 2012 or SSAS 2014 Analysis Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3002071
FIX: “System objects not be updated” when you use AlwaysOn Availability Groups in SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014 High Availability

Hope this was helpful.

This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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