SQL Server Errors or Failures Error: 3224 to Error: 3250

SQLServerF1

 

Error: 3224, Severity: 16, Cannot create worker thread.,
Error: 3227, Severity: 16, The backup media on “%ls” is part of media family %d which has already been processed on “%ls”. Ensure that backup devices are correctly specified. For tape devices, ensure that the correct volumes are loaded.,
Error: 3229, Severity: 16, Request for device ‘%ls’ timed out.,
Error: 3230, Severity: 16, Operation on device ‘%ls’ exceeded retry count.,
Error: 3231, Severity: 16, The media loaded on “%ls” is formatted to support %d media families, but %d media families are expected according to the backup device specification.,

Error: 3232, Severity: 16, The volume mounted on “%ls” does not have the expected backup set identity. The volume may be obsolete due to a more recent overwrite of this media family. In that case, locate the correct volume with sequence number %d of media family %d.,
Error: 3234, Severity: 16, Logical file ‘%.*ls’ is not part of database ‘%ls’. Use RESTORE FILELISTONLY to list the logical file names.,
Error: 3235, Severity: 16, The file “%.*ls” is not part of database “%ls”. You can only list files that are members of this database.,
Error: 3238, Severity: 16, The Estimate for the Backup size exceeds the maximum allowed file size on the remote endpoint.,
Error: 3239, Severity: 16, The backup set on device ‘%ls’ uses a feature of the Microsoft Tape Format not supported by SQL Server.,

Error: 3240, Severity: 16, Backup to mirrored media sets requires all mirrors to append. Provide all members of the set, or reformat a new media set.,
Error: 3241, Severity: 16, The media family on device ‘%ls’ is incorrectly formed. SQL Server cannot process this media family.,
Error: 3242, Severity: 16, The file on device ‘%ls’ is not a valid Microsoft Tape Format backup set.,
Error: 3243, Severity: 16, The media family on device ‘%ls’ was created using Microsoft Tape Format version %d.%d. SQL Server supports version %d.%d.,
Error: 3244, Severity: 16, Descriptor block size exceeds %d bytes. Use a shorter name and/or description string and retry the operation.,
Error: 3245, Severity: 16, Could not convert a string to or from Unicode, %ls.,
Error: 3246, Severity: 16, The media family on device ‘%ls’ is marked as nonappendable. Reissue the statement using the INIT option to overwrite the media.,
Error: 3247, Severity: 16, The volume on device ‘%ls’ has the wrong media sequence number (%d). Remove it and insert volume %d.,
Error: 3249, Severity: 16, The volume on device ‘%ls’ is a continuation volume for the backup set. Remove it and insert the volume holding the start of the backup set.,
Error: 3250, Severity: 16, The value ‘%d’ is not within range for the %ls parameter.,

This is applicable on below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2008 R2
SQL Server 2012
SQL Server 2014

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
In-Depth Blogs on SQL Server, Information about SQL Server Conferences and Events, SQL Server Frequently asked questions, SQL Server Trainings.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *