Returns a row for every automatic page-repair attempt on any availability database on an availability replica that is hosted for any availability group by the server instance. This view contains rows for the latest automatic page-repair attempts on a given primary or secondary database, with a maximum of 100 rows per database. As soon as a database reaches the maximum, the row for its next automatic page-repair attempt replaces one of the existing entries. The following table defines the meaning of the various columns.
|Applies to: SQL Server ( SQL Server 2012 through current version).|
|Column name||Data type||Description|
|database_id||int||ID of the database to which this row corresponds.|
|file_id||int||ID of the file in which the page is located.|
|page_id||bigint||ID of the page in the file.|
|error_type||int||Type of the error. The values can be:
-1 = All hardware 823 errors
1 = 824 errors other than a bad checksum or a torn page (such as a bad page ID)
2 = Bad checksum
3 = Torn page
|page_status||int||The status of the page-repair attempt:
2 = Queued for request from partner.
3 = Request sent to partner.
4 = Queued for automatic page repair (response received from partner).
5 = Automatic page repair succeeded and the page should be usable.
6 = Irreparable. This indicates that an error occurred during page-repair attempt, for example, because the page is also corrupted on the partner, the partner is disconnected, or a network problem occurred. This state is not terminal; if corruption is encountered again on the page, the page will be requested again from the partner.
|modification_time||datetime||Time of last change to the page status.|
Requires VIEW SERVER STATE permission on the server.