Updated on February 28th, 2020
Microsoft SQL stores large amounts of data and supports large objects(LOB) datatypes to store multimedia files like images. But sometimes, these datatypes become harmful for the SQL database and generates an error message 7105. This guide explains all the measures to fix this error.
Large Objects within the SQL file consist of BLOB (binary large data types of objects), CLOB (character large data types of objects) and DBCLOB. These objects have their own storage system but there are many situations when SQL server page row becomes unavailable. Whenever a user executes a query on the server and unable to access LOB datafiles then Msg 7105 occurs. This error looks like completely as follows:
“Msg 7105, Level 22, State 6, Line 1
Database ID 11, Page (255:177), slot 1 for LOB data type node doesn’t exist. This usually is caused by transactions that can read uncommitted data on a data page. Run DBCC CHECKTABLE.”
The severity level here is 22 which is very high and thus connection terminated by the server.
There are many reasons as given below:
The main reason for error 7105 in SQL is the database corruption in the database page. So, here some steps are given to fix it as follows:
This is the manual method that you can perform to troubleshoot error code 7105 in SQL Database. But this may lead to other data loss corruption. Also, this process consumes lots of time and becomes more complex. So, use SQL Database Recovery Software to repair corrupted database files that automatically fix the error 7105.
SQL Database recovery is a very important task to recover the corrupted database files. This blog provides all the appropriate solutions that must be used by any MS SQL user. Both manual and expert solutions have been described to fix the error message 7105 in the Database. I hope that you find your problem solved with the help of this blog.
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