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    Unanswered: Event log entries - what do they mean?

    I am new to SQL Server so any help would be greatly appreciated!
    I have checked our event viewer, and the following are listed as information entries. I would like to know why they are appearing and what can I do to prevent them from displaying?

    8128 Using sqlmap70.dll version 2000.80.534 to execute extended stored procedures xp_findnextmsg

    15457 Serverity 0 state 1
    Configuration option nested triggers changed from 0 to 1. Run teh RECONFIGURE statement to install

    8128 Using xpstai.dll version 2000.80.534 to execute extend stored procedure xp_instances_regread

    8128 Using xpslqbot.dll version 2000.80.194 to execute extended stored procedures xp_qv

  2. #2
    Cindy Gross Guest

    RE: Event log entries - what do they mean?

    These entries merely reflect activity that is occurring on the server. I don't think
    there's any way to suppress them.

    "8128 Using sqlmap70.dll version 2000.80.534 to execute extended stored procedures
    xp_findnextmsg" These types of messages occur the first time an extended stored
    procedure (xp) is executed. The xp could be called explicitly by a user, or it could
    be the result of an internal process such as SQLDiag.

    "15457 Serverity 0 state 1 Configuration option nested triggers changed from 0 to 1.
    Run teh RECONFIGURE statement to install" This message means someone either ran
    sp_configure or used SEM's server properties tab to change the settings for the
    listed configuration value. BOL has information on sp_configure.


    Cindy Gross, MCDBA, MCSE
    http://cindygross.tripod.com This posting
    is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

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