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Failed to get DmpClient. [HRESULT=0x8007007F] RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello,

    I've installed DRController and DRClient on the same machine (Windows Server 2016), SQL Server is 2016SP1 Enterprise Edition CU8.

    When I try to start the controller service, I see these errors:

    2018-04-19 14:29:09:639 OPERATIONAL  [Common]              Initializing dump support.
    2018-04-19 14:29:09:639 OPERATIONAL  [Common]              Failed to get DmpClient. [HRESULT=0x8007007F]

    the same errors I see when I try to start the DRClient service:

    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Common]              Initializing dump support.
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Common]              Failed to get DmpClient. [HRESULT=0x8007007F]
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Client Service]      Windows service "Microsoft SQL Server Distributed Replay Client" has started under service account "SQLRAT01\DRClient". Process ID is 4404.
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Client Service]      Time Zone: W. Europe Standard Time.
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Client Service]      Controller name is "SQLRAT01".
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Client Service]      Working directory is "F:\Microsoft SQL Server\DReplayClient\WorkingDir".
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Client Service]      Result directory is "F:\Microsoft SQL Server\DReplayClient\ResultDir".
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Client Service]      Heartbeat Frequency(ms): 3000
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Client Service]      Heartbeats Before Timeout: 3
    2018-04-19 14:32:35:395 OPERATIONAL  [Client Service]      Registered with controller "SQLRAT01".

    It seems the client is registering under its controller but I'm not sure what those errors are and if I can ignore them.

    Thursday, April 19, 2018 12:34 PM

All replies

  • Failed to get DmpClient is an error that can be ignored.  Real errors within DReplay usually show up with the keyword 'Critical' and provides an error code (which may or may not be helpful.)
    Wednesday, January 16, 2019 11:06 PM