SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 19033 to Error: 19064



Error: 19033, Severity: 10, Server started with ‘-f’ option. Auditing will not be started. This is an informational message only; no user action is required.
Error: 19034, Severity: 21, Cannot start C2 audit trace. SQL Server is shutting down. Error = %ls
Error: 19035, Severity: 16, OLE task allocator failed to initialize. Heterogeneous queries, distributed queries, and remote procedure calls are unavailable. Confirm that DCOM is properly installed and configured.
Error: 19036, Severity: 10, The OLE DB initialization service failed to load. Reinstall Microsoft Data Access Components. If the problem persists, contact product support for the OLEDB provider.

Error: 19049, Severity: 16, File ‘%.*ls’ either does not exist or there was an error opening the file. Error = ‘%ls’.
Error: 19050, Severity: 16, Trace file name ‘%.*ls’ is invalid.
Error: 19051, Severity: 16, Unknown error occurred in the trace.
Error: 19052, Severity: 16, The active trace must be stopped before modification.
Error: 19053, Severity: 16, The trace event ID is not valid.
Error: 19054, Severity: 16, The trace column ID is not valid.
Error: 19055, Severity: 16, Filters with the same event column ID must be grouped together.

Error: 19056, Severity: 16, The comparison operator in the filter is not valid.
Error: 19057, Severity: 16, The boolean operator in the filter is not valid.
Error: 19058, Severity: 16, The trace status is not valid.
Error: 19059, Severity: 16, Could not find the requested trace.
Error: 19060, Severity: 16, The trace option is not valid.
Error: 19061, Severity: 16, Cannot remove SPID trace column.
Error: 19062, Severity: 16, Could not create a trace file.
Error: 19063, Severity: 16, Not enough memory was available for trace.
Error: 19064, Severity: 16, The requested trace stop time has been already passed.

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.

SQLServerF1 Team
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