Monday, January 24, 2011

Resolving Table Error - Object Id O-ID - Possible Bad Root Entry in Sysindexes

The metadata structure of SQL Server database comprises of numerous Index pages, which further consist of data pages. The data pages at each level of Index page are linked in a doubly-linked list. Inaccessibility of data stored in the data pages primarily occurs due to breaking of linked list (metadata structure corruption). Additionally, it also results in unmountability of the database. Few main reasons for metadata structure damage are improper system shutdown, virus hits, or physical damage. An easy solution to overcome the metadata structure corruption situation, you will need to restore the data from an updated database backup. However, with case studies proving that database users tend to forget to create an updated database backup, it is always handy to take help of third-party sql database repair applications.

Picture a scenario, where you receive the below error message while you attempt to mount your SQL Server database:

"Table error: Object ID O_ID, index ID I_ID. Page P_ID1 is missing references from parent (unknown) and previous (pageP_ID2) nodes. Possible bad root entry in sysindexes."

The result of the above error message is unmountability of your database, which further results in inaccessibility of database records.


The root cause for the occurrence of above error message is not linking of P_ID1 to the B-tree. The message can be caused either due to hardware or software issues.


To resolve the above error message and to access the database records, you will need to follow the below steps:

Change the physically damaged system component with a new system component to resolve all physical damage problems.

Execute DBCC CHECKDB command to resolve logical corruption issues.

While the former resolution proves successful in resolving all physical corruption scenarios, the later fails to resolve all logical corruption issues. For resolving every logical corruption problem, you will need to use advanced SQL Database Repair software. These sql recovery tools repair corrupt SQL database by using advanced scanning and repairing algorithms. Additionally, these applications perform repair without deleting or modifying the original content of the database.

SQL Recovery comprehensively repairs and restores database created in SQL Server 2008, 2005, and 2000 versions. The sql database repair software is designed for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, 2000 and NT operating systems. It repairs almost all database objects, including tables, stored procedures and views, and supports.


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