SQL Nexus, Read Trace Errors

Last Monday we started our SQL Nexus journey together in order for me to refresh my knowledge of  this awesome tool.  Near the end of last week, the blog series was delayed due to an error with the ReadTrace and its corresponding report.  Today, I am still attempting to resume our journey but with little hope for correcting the error.  I have posted the error on CodePlex and am awaiting a response.

The first error I received when loading the trace files in was error 26 which many people translated into a permissions problem on the trace file.  I resolved that issue by granting full control to my admin login and SQL Server when that did not resolve the issue.  Now I am receiving a “ReadTrace exit code: -2” error in the ReadTrace log file. 

At this point,  I can find no helpful information on the interwebs.  I do find it interesting the that log file also denotes that it cannot find the trace file that it is trying to load, however when I cut and paste the file in question right from the log file it opens in notepad so I am not sure that the error is entirely accurate.  I checked the permissions on the trace file and it is consistent with the other files.  I’m stumped.

Has anyone else seen this?

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Posted on May 22, 2012, in Monitoring, Troubleshooting and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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