Severity alarms from 20-25 are considered fatal by SQL Server and need immediate attention.
To make sure users will not miss those alarms and will be successful in dealing with it, we created a separate alarm for each one and provide a meaningful explanation on what the alarm is and valuable suggestions as to how they should be fixed.
The Rule DBSS - SQL Server Error Log Message have been split into several alarms which are triggered by the SQL Server error log severity level:
- DBSS - SQL Server Nonfatal Error (severity level<20)
- DBSS - SQL Server Fatal Current Process Error (severity level 20)
- DBSS - SQL Server Fatal Database (dbid) Processes Error (severity level 21)
- DBSS - SQL Server Fatal Table Integrity Suspect Error (severity level 22)
- DBSS - SQL Server Fatal Database Integrity Suspect Error (severity level 23)
- DBSS - SQL Server Fatal Hardware Error (severity level 24)