Services configuration for sql server 2008r2 in a Windows Cluster

Hello,
We have a Windows Server 2008 Cluster with Sql Server 2008r2 installed on node 2; when node 2 fails (we don't still know why, it's a 'bluescreen' long history), the service goes from node2 to node1, but sometimes the services are not automatically activated.
What is the theoretical startup settings for sql services (for the sql and the agent), manual, disabled, automatic... ?
Also, sometimes, the service for the sql server in node2 stops, but we don't know why, and we are not able to see any significant information on the event viewer. How can we trace why Sql Server stopped ?
Thanks !

>What is the theoretical startup settings for sql services
Manual.  The cluster will start them.
>How can we trace why Sql Server stopped ?
Look in the SQL Server Log.
David
David http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dbrowne/

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    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: SetValue: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SharedDlls, Name = C:\Windows\system32\SQSRVRES.DLL
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 SQLEngine: : Leaving ConfigureSQLEngineResourceType
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Sco: Attempting to create base registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, machine 
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10_50.MSSQLSERVER\Setup
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Sco: Attempting to get registry value PatchLevel
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 SQLEngine: --PerfmonRegistration: Checking whether to patch performance counters for service 'MSSQLSERVER'
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 SQLEngine: --PerfmonRegistration: Getting perfmon DLL name from key at 'System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLSERVER\Performance'
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Sco: Attempting to create base registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, machine 
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLSERVER\Performance
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Configuration action failed for feature SQL_Engine_Core_Inst during timing ConfigRC and scenario ConfigRC.
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: The registry key System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLSERVER\Performance is missing.
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: The configuration failure category of current exception is ConfigurationFailure
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Configuration action failed for feature SQL_Engine_Core_Inst during timing ConfigRC and scenario ConfigRC.
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.MissingRegistryKeyException: The registry key System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLSERVER\Performance is missing.
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.Globals.GetSqlRegistryKeyHKLM(ServiceContainer context, String key, String machineName, Boolean createIfNotFound)
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.PerfmonRegistration.GetDLLNameFromRegistry()
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.PerfmonRegistration.NeedToPatch()
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.SqlEngineSetupPrivate.PatchPerfmonCounters(EffectiveProperties properties)
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.SqlEngineSetupPrivate.Patch(ConfigActionTiming timing, Dictionary`2 actionData, PublicConfigurationBase spcb)
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlConfigBase.SlpConfigAction.ExecuteAction(String actionId)
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlConfigBase.SlpConfigAction.Execute(String actionId, TextWriter errorStream)
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Exception: Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.MissingRegistryKeyException.
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Source: Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlServer_ConfigExtension.
    2014-03-08 13:28:51 Slp: Message: The registry key System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLSERVER\Performance is missing..
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Watson Bucket 1 
     Original Parameter Values 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 0 : [email protected]@KB2754552 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 1 : Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.Globals.GetSqlRegistryKeyHKLM 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 2 : Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.SqlEngine.Globals.GetSqlRegistryKeyHKLM 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 3 : Microsof[email protected][email protected] 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 4 : Microsof[email protected][email protected] 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 5 : SqlEngineConfigAction_patch_configrc 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 6 : [email protected]@SQL_ENGINE_CORE_INST 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: 
     Final Parameter Values 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 0 : [email protected]@KB2754552 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 1 : 0x4E0712AD 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 2 : 0x4E0712AD 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 3 : [email protected]@30 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 4 : [email protected]@30 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 5 : SqlEngineConfigAction_patch_configrc 
    2014-03-08 13:28:52 Slp: Parameter 6 : 0x94D05575 
    Sangamesh ms

    Hi,
    Backup system\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLSERVER\ first.
    For loading the performance counter, we need a perf-<instancename>sqlctr.ini file, a sqlctr.h file matching the .ini file, and the
    registry key under System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLSERVER\Performance.
    According the description, I understand that it is missing the correct perf-<instancename>sqlctr.ini and the
    registry in your environment.
    I suggest you manually add the registry key values under the
    System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLSERVER\Performance with referring the value of registry on other working machine. Also I copy the perf-<instancename>sqlctr.ini file from other working
    machine as they are both SQL Server 2008 R2.  Then, restart the server.
    You can reload the system performance counter by lodctr /R and lodctr /T:MSSQLSERVER to set the SQL Server performance counter service as trusted.
    Lodctr
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh875560.aspx
    Thanks.
    Tracy Cai
    TechNet Community Support

  • SSMS for SQL Server 2012 Express on Windows Embedded 8 Standard

    Hello,
    I have installed SQL Server 2012 Express with Advanced Tools (SQLEXPRADV_x64_ENU.exe, downloaded from MS website) on Windows Embedded 8 Standard 64-bit. But, when I try to find SQL Server Management Studio, I realized it's not installed (same installation
    package works fine on my Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit laptop, where SSMS gets installed). How do I fix this? And any other ways for trouble-shooting DBs on Windows Embedded 8 Standard?
    Thanks,
    Jay

    Below is the content of a summary file for the installation. BTW, I also try to find its ConfigurationFile.ini file for future installation on other computers, but it's not in the folder specified in the summary file either (see below).
    Thanks.
    Overall summary:
      Final result:                  Passed
      Exit code (Decimal):           0
      Start time:                    2014-04-15 13:57:59
      End time:                      2014-04-15 14:13:29
      Requested action:              Install
    Machine Properties:
      Machine name:                  AIMB-584
      Machine processor count:       4
      OS version:                    Future Windows Version
      OS service pack:               
      OS region:                     United States
      OS language:                   English (United States)
      OS architecture:               x64
      Process architecture:          64 Bit
      OS clustered:                  No
    Product features discovered:
      Product              Instance             Instance ID                    Feature                
                     Language             Edition              Version         Clustered 
    Package properties:
      Description:                   Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1
      ProductName:                   SQL Server 2012
      Type:                          RTM
      Version:                       11
      SPLevel:                       0
      Installation location:         c:\e089c9dde791653620\x64\setup\
      Installation edition:          Express
    Product Update Status:
      None discovered.
    User Input Settings:
      ACTION:                        Install
      ADDCURRENTUSERASSQLADMIN:      true
      AGTSVCACCOUNT:                 NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE
      AGTSVCPASSWORD:                *****
      AGTSVCSTARTUPTYPE:             Disabled
      ASBACKUPDIR:                   Backup
      ASCOLLATION:                   Latin1_General_CI_AS
      ASCONFIGDIR:                   Config
      ASDATADIR:                     Data
      ASLOGDIR:                      Log
      ASPROVIDERMSOLAP:              1
      ASSERVERMODE:                  MULTIDIMENSIONAL
      ASSVCACCOUNT:                  <empty>
      ASSVCPASSWORD:                 <empty>
      ASSVCSTARTUPTYPE:              Automatic
      ASSYSADMINACCOUNTS:            <empty>
      ASTEMPDIR:                     Temp
      BROWSERSVCSTARTUPTYPE:         Automatic
      CLTCTLRNAME:                   <empty>
      CLTRESULTDIR:                  <empty>
      CLTSTARTUPTYPE:                0
      CLTSVCACCOUNT:                 <empty>
      CLTSVCPASSWORD:                <empty>
      CLTWORKINGDIR:                 <empty>
      COMMFABRICENCRYPTION:          0
      COMMFABRICNETWORKLEVEL:        0
      COMMFABRICPORT:                0
      CONFIGURATIONFILE:             
      CTLRSTARTUPTYPE:               0
      CTLRSVCACCOUNT:                <empty>
      CTLRSVCPASSWORD:               <empty>
      CTLRUSERS:                     <empty>
      ENABLERANU:                    true
      ENU:                           true
      ERRORREPORTING:                false
      FEATURES:                      SQLENGINE, REPLICATION, FULLTEXT, RS, BIDS, BOL, SSMS, SNAC_SDK, LOCALDB
      FILESTREAMLEVEL:               0
      FILESTREAMSHARENAME:           <empty>
      FTSVCACCOUNT:                  NT Service\MSSQLFDLauncher$SQLEXPRESS
      FTSVCPASSWORD:                 <empty>
      HELP:                          false
      IACCEPTSQLSERVERLICENSETERMS:  false
      INDICATEPROGRESS:              false
      INSTALLSHAREDDIR:              C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\
      INSTALLSHAREDWOWDIR:           C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\
      INSTALLSQLDATADIR:             <empty>
      INSTANCEDIR:                   C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\
      INSTANCEID:                    SQLEXPRESS
      INSTANCENAME:                  SQLEXPRESS
      ISSVCACCOUNT:                  NT AUTHORITY\Network Service
      ISSVCPASSWORD:                 <empty>
      ISSVCSTARTUPTYPE:              Automatic
      MATRIXCMBRICKCOMMPORT:         0
      MATRIXCMSERVERNAME:            <empty>
      MATRIXNAME:                    <empty>
      NPENABLED:                     0
      PID:                           *****
      QUIET:                         false
      QUIETSIMPLE:                   false
      ROLE:                          AllFeatures_WithDefaults
      RSINSTALLMODE:                 DefaultNativeMode
      RSSHPINSTALLMODE:              DefaultSharePointMode
      RSSVCACCOUNT:                  NT Service\ReportServer$SQLEXPRESS
      RSSVCPASSWORD:                 <empty>
      RSSVCSTARTUPTYPE:              Automatic
      SAPWD:                         *****
      SECURITYMODE:                  SQL
      SQLBACKUPDIR:                  <empty>
      SQLCOLLATION:                  SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS
      SQLSVCACCOUNT:                 NT Service\MSSQL$SQLEXPRESS
      SQLSVCPASSWORD:                *****
      SQLSVCSTARTUPTYPE:             Automatic
      SQLSYSADMINACCOUNTS:           AIMB-584\User
      SQLTEMPDBDIR:                  <empty>
      SQLTEMPDBLOGDIR:               <empty>
      SQLUSERDBDIR:                  <empty>
      SQLUSERDBLOGDIR:               <empty>
      SQMREPORTING:                  false
      TCPENABLED:                    0
      UIMODE:                        AutoAdvance
      UpdateEnabled:                 true
      UpdateSource:                  MU
      X86:                           false
      Configuration file:            C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140415_135512\ConfigurationFile.ini
    Detailed results:
      Feature:                       Management Tools - Basic
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       SQL Server Data Tools
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       Reporting Services - Native
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       Database Engine Services
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       Full-Text and Semantic Extractions for Search
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       SQL Server Replication
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       SQL Browser
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       Documentation Components
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       SQL Writer
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       LocalDB
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       SQL Client Connectivity
      Status:                        Passed
      Feature:                       SQL Client Connectivity SDK
      Status:                        Passed
    Rules with failures:
    Global rules:
    Scenario specific rules:
    Rules report file:               C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140415_135512\SystemConfigurationCheck_Report.htm

  • Installation Error for SQL Server 2008 R2 on windows vista

    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Setting: TIMESTAMP
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Value specified: 20140920_074907
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: New setting source: CommandLine; previous setting source: Default
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Setting: LOGMARKER
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Value specified: _ComponentUpdate
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: New setting source: CommandLine; previous setting source: Default
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Setting: INSTALLMEDIAPATH
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Value specified: C:\Downloaded\SQL Server 2008\x86\setup\
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: New setting source: CommandLine; previous setting source: Default
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Setting: MEDIALAYOUT
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Value specified: Full
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: New setting source: CommandLine; previous setting source: Default
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    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Completed Action: ProcessChainerCommandLineArguments, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Running Action: ProcessMediaChainerConfigFileArguments
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Completed Action: ProcessMediaChainerConfigFileArguments, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Running Action: ProcessChainerConfigFileArguments
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Completed Action: ProcessChainerConfigFileArguments, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Running Action: ProcessSlipstreamParameters
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Completed Action: ProcessSlipstreamParameters, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Skipping Action: SetRoleAndUIModeForExpressMedia
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Action is being skipped due to the following restrictions: 
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Condition "IsMediaExpress" did not pass as it returned false and true was expected.
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: Running Action: ValidateChainerSetting
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    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : NormalizePid found null or empty pid
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: -- PidPublicConfigObject : ValidateSettings proceeding with normalized pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : Initialize is initializing using input pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : NormalizePid found null or empty pid
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    2014-09-20 07:49:26 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : Initialize called ValidatePid, output is pid=[PID value hidden] validateSuccess=True output editionId=EVAL(0x2467BCA1)
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: -- PidPublicConfigObject : ValidateSettings initialized private object, result is initializeResult=Success
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Completed Action: ValidateChainerSetting, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Running Action: ProcessFeatureCommandLineArguments
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Completed Action: ProcessFeatureCommandLineArguments, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Running Action: ProcessMediaFeatureConfigFileArguments
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Completed Action: ProcessMediaFeatureConfigFileArguments, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Running Action: ProcessFeatureConfigFileArguments
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Completed Action: ProcessFeatureConfigFileArguments, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Running Action: StartSqmSession
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Sco: Attempting to create base registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, machine 
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: SQM is opted-out by command line parameter /SQMREPORTING or registry key setting, SQM session is closed
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Completed Action: StartSqmSession, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Running Action: ValidateSettingsAgainstScenario
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Scenario: ComponentUpdate
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Completed Action: ValidateSettingsAgainstScenario, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Completed Action: ExecuteBootstrapAfterExtensionsLoaded, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Running Action: SetComponentUpdateScenarioFlags
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Completed Action: SetComponentUpdateScenarioFlags, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Running Action: ExecuteInitWorkflow
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Workflow to execute: 'INITIALIZATION'
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:27 Slp: Running Action: InitializeMsiExtension
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    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Bootstrap
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    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Skipping Action: InitializeConfigAction
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    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Condition "Is the datastore flag /Scenario/GlobalFlags/EnableExternalMsiConfiguration set" did not pass as it returned false and true was expected.
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Skipping Action: RunDiscoveryAction
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    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Condition "Is the datastore flag /Scenario/GlobalFlags/EnableDiscoverableProducts set" did not pass as it returned false and true was expected.
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Completed Action: ExecuteInitWorkflow, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Running Action: ExecuteStartUiWorkflow
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Workflow to execute: 'STARTUI'
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Running Action: InstallWizard
    2014-09-20 07:49:29 Slp: Start Action: ComponentUpdate
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    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'ShowWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionHandlerInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'InstallWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'InstallClusterWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'AddNode' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'RemoveNode' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'PrepareClusterWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'CompleteClusterWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'UninstallWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'UpgradeWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'ComponentUpdate' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'RepairWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'RunRulesUI' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'EditionUpgradeWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'PatchWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'RemovePatchWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'PrepareImageWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: Adding registration information 'CompleteImageWizard' for type 'Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.ActionInfo'
    2014-09-20 07:49:30 Slp: -- SkuPublicConfigObject : Calling SkuPublicConfigObject.Calculate.
    2014-09-20 07:49:31 Slp: Completed Action: InstallWizard, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:49:31 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:49:31 Slp: Running Action: GatherUserSettings
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPublicConfigObject : ValidateSettings is normalizing input pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : NormalizePid is normalizing input pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : NormalizePid added dashes to pid, output pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPublicConfigObject : ValidateSettings proceeding with normalized pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : Initialize is initializing using input pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : NormalizePid is normalizing input pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : NormalizePid found a pid containing dashes, assuming pid is normalized, output pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : Initialize proceeding with normalized pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : Read lcid 1033 from CultureInfo
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : Pid validation of input pid '[PID value hidden]' succeeded, resulting edition is 'DATA_CENTER' channel 'OEM'
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : Initialize called ValidatePid, output is pid=[PID value hidden] validateSuccess=True output editionId=DATA_CENTER(0xC5AA9665)
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPublicConfigObject : ValidateSettings initialized private object, result is initializeResult=Success
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPublicConfigObject : ValidateSettings is normalizing input pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : NormalizePid is normalizing input pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPrivateConfigObject : NormalizePid added dashes to pid, output pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPublicConfigObject : ValidateSettings proceeding with normalized pid=[PID value hidden]
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: -- PidPublicConfigObject : ValidateSettings found pid=[PID value hidden] is already validated and initialized.
    2014-09-20 07:50:22 Slp: License file: C:\Downloaded\SQL Server 2008\1033_ENU_LP\x86\1033\License_DC_OEM.rtf
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: Sco: Attempting to create base registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, machine 
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: SQM is opted-out by command line parameter /SQMREPORTING or registry key setting, SQM session is closed
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: License file: C:\Downloaded\SQL Server 2008\1033_ENU_LP\x86\1033\License_DC_OEM.rtf
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: Completed Action: GatherUserSettings, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: Running Action: RegisterRetryHandler
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: Completed Action: RegisterRetryHandler, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: Completed Action: ExecuteStartUiWorkflow, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:25 Slp: Running Action: NotifyProgressCountDisplay
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Completed Action: NotifyProgressCountDisplay, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Running Action: ExecuteCalculateScenarioWorkflow
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Workflow to execute: 'CALCULATESCENARIO'
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Running Action: ClearCalculatedState
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Completed Action: ClearCalculatedState, returned True
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Skipping Action: SetUninstallEnableInstallMatchingByInstanceId
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Action is being skipped due to the following restrictions: 
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Condition "Is the user's scenario set to Uninstall" did not pass as it returned false and true was expected.
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Skipping property ArgInstanceName of class: SetFeatureInstallStateAction
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Input of property will not be set due to the following failed restriction(s): 
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Condition "Is the datastore flag /Scenario/GlobalFlags/EnableDiscoverableProducts set" did not pass as it returned false and true was expected.
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Skipping property ArgSqlInstanceId of class: SetFeatureInstallStateAction
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Input of property will not be set due to the following failed restriction(s): 
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Condition "Is the datastore flag /Scenario/GlobalFlags/EnableInstallMatchingByInstanceId set" did not pass as it returned false and true was expected.
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Skipping property ArgASInstanceId of class: SetFeatureInstallStateAction
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Input of property will not be set due to the following failed restriction(s): 
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Condition "Is the datastore flag /Scenario/GlobalFlags/EnableInstallMatchingByInstanceId set" did not pass as it returned false and true was expected.
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Skipping property ArgRSInstanceId of class: SetFeatureInstallStateAction
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Input of property will not be set due to the following failed restriction(s): 
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Condition "Is the datastore flag /Scenario/GlobalFlags/EnableInstallMatchingByInstanceId set" did not pass as it returned false and true was expected.
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Running Action: SetFeatureInstallStateAction
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:26 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_inst_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_fulltext_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_engine_core_shared_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_as_spi_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:27 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_rs_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_is_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_tools_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:28 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_Cpu32: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1028: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1031: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1033: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1036: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1040: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1041: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1042: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1046: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1049: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_2052: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_3082: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu32_1053: NotInstalled
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Error: Action "Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction" threw an exception during execution.
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionExecutionException: Value cannot be null.
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Parameter name: productVersion ---> System.ArgumentNullException: Value cannot be null.
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Parameter name: productVersion
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.PackageInstallProperty.set_ProductVersion(String value)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.FillInstallPropertyByProductCode(PackageInstallProperty pkg, String prodCode)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.FillInstallProperty(PackageInstallProperty pkg)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.ExecuteAction(String actionId)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Chainer.Infrastructure.Action.Execute(String actionId, TextWriter errorStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionHelper(TextWriter statusStream, ISequencedAction actionToRun)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    --- End of inner exception stack trace ---
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionHelper(TextWriter statusStream, ISequencedAction actionToRun)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionWithRetryHelper(WorkflowObject metaDb, ActionKey action, ActionMetadata actionMetadata, TextWriter statusStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.InvokeAction(WorkflowObject metabase, TextWriter statusStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.PendingActions.InvokeActions(WorkflowObject metaDb, TextWriter loggingStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionEngine.RunActionQueue()
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Error: Action "Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.BootstrapExtension.ExecuteWorkflowAction" threw an exception during execution.
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionExecutionException: Value cannot be null.
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Parameter name: productVersion ---> System.ArgumentNullException: Value cannot be null.
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp: Parameter name: productVersion
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.PackageInstallProperty.set_ProductVersion(String value)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.FillInstallPropertyByProductCode(PackageInstallProperty pkg, String prodCode)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.FillInstallProperty(PackageInstallProperty pkg)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.ExecuteAction(String actionId)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Chainer.Infrastructure.Action.Execute(String actionId, TextWriter errorStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionHelper(TextWriter statusStream, ISequencedAction actionToRun)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    --- End of inner exception stack trace ---
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionHelper(TextWriter statusStream, ISequencedAction actionToRun)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionWithRetryHelper(WorkflowObject metaDb, ActionKey action, ActionMetadata actionMetadata, TextWriter statusStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.InvokeAction(WorkflowObject metabase, TextWriter statusStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.PendingActions.InvokeActions(WorkflowObject metaDb, TextWriter loggingStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionEngine.RunActionQueue()
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.Workflow.RunWorkflow(WorkflowObject workflowObject, HandleInternalException exceptionHandler)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.BootstrapExtension.ExecuteWorkflowAction.ExecuteAction(String actionId)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Chainer.Infrastructure.Action.Execute(String actionId, TextWriter errorStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionHelper(TextWriter statusStream, ISequencedAction actionToRun)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionWithRetryHelper(WorkflowObject metaDb, ActionKey action, ActionMetadata actionMetadata, TextWriter statusStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.InvokeAction(WorkflowObject metabase, TextWriter statusStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:29 Slp:    at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.PendingActions.InvokeActions(WorkflowObject metaDb, TextWriter loggingStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp: Received request to add the following file to Watson reporting: C:\Users\Kimi Raikkonen\AppData\Local\Temp\tmpB4ED.tmp
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp: The following is an exception stack listing the exceptions in outermost to innermost order
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp: Inner exceptions are being indented
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp: 
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp: Exception type: System.ArgumentNullException
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:     Message: 
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:         Value cannot be null.
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:         Parameter name: productVersion
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:     Stack: 
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:         at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.PackageInstallProperty.set_ProductVersion(String value)
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:         at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.FillInstallPropertyByProductCode(PackageInstallProperty pkg, String prodCode)
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:         at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.FillInstallProperty(PackageInstallProperty pkg)
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:         at Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.SetFeatureInstallStateAction.ExecuteAction(String actionId)
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:         at Microsoft.SqlServer.Chainer.Infrastructure.Action.Execute(String actionId, TextWriter errorStream)
    2014-09-20 07:50:33 Slp:         at Microsoft.SqlServer.Setup.Chainer.Workflow.ActionInvocation.ExecuteActionHelper(TextWriter statusStream, ISequencedAction actionToRun)
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Watson Bucket 1 
     Original Parameter Values 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 0 : SQL Server 2008 [email protected]
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 1 : Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.PackageInstallProperty.set_ProductVersion 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 2 : Microsoft.SqlServer.Configuration.MsiExtension.PackageInstallProperty.set_ProductVersion 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 3 : [email protected] 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 4 : [email protected] 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 5 : SetFeatureInstallStateAction 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: 
     Final Parameter Values 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 0 : SQL Server 2008 [email protected]
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 1 : 0x2AA348CC 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 2 : 0x2AA348CC 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 3 : 0xF15156D0 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 4 : 0xF15156D0 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Parameter 5 : SetFeatureInstallStateAction 
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Attempting to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_Microsoft SQL Server.reg_
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Unable to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_Microsoft SQL Server.reg_, Win32 error
    2
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Attempting to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_Windows_CurrentVersion_Uninstall.reg_
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Attempting to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSSQLServer to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_MSSQLServer.reg_
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Unable to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSSQLServer to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_MSSQLServer.reg_, Win32 error 2
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Value cannot be null.
    Parameter name: productVersion
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Watson bucket for exception based failure has been created
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Sco: Attempting to create base registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, machine 
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey 
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey Software\Microsoft\PCHealth\ErrorReporting\DW\Installed
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Sco: Attempting to get registry value DW0200
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: Submitted 1 of 1 failures to the Watson data repository
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: 
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: 
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: Error result: 1269611253
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: Result facility code: 940
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: Result error code: 47861

    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Attempting to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_Microsoft SQL Server.reg_
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Unable to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_Microsoft SQL Server.reg_, Win32
    error 2
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Attempting to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_Windows_CurrentVersion_Uninstall.reg_
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Attempting to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSSQLServer to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_MSSQLServer.reg_
    2014-09-20 07:50:43 Slp: Sco: Unable to write hklm registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSSQLServer to file C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_MSSQLServer.reg_, Win32 error 2
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Value cannot be null.
    Parameter name: productVersion
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Watson bucket for exception based failure has been created
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Sco: Attempting to create base registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, machine 
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey 
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Sco: Attempting to open registry subkey Software\Microsoft\PCHealth\ErrorReporting\DW\Installed
    2014-09-20 07:50:44 Slp: Sco: Attempting to get registry value DW0200
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: Submitted 1 of 1 failures to the Watson data repository
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: 
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: 
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: Error result: 1269611253
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: Result facility code: 940
    2014-09-20 07:50:46 Slp: Result error code: 47861
    Hi,
    For above error the error code is 2 which means system cannot find the file specified. It is saying it is unable to write at location which means SQL server account does not have access to
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\Log\20140920_074907\Registry_SOFTWARE_Microsoft_MSSQLServer.reg_
    You can manually go to the location and add required rights may be installable is corrupt
    Now did you ran SQL server setup as administrator. Always right click on setup.exe file and select run as administrator.
    Please make sure you disable antivirus running on machine. Also if you have any registry scanner software which scans registry remove it as well.
    Below thread might be helpful
    http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/d425791a-9a7c-4c16-9e93-d348ecde3a3f/sql-server-2008-r2-install-fails-on-win-2008-r2-x64-std-server-with-workflowxmltext-msg-error-help?forum=sqlsetupandupgrade
    Can you also post summary.txt file
    Please mark this reply as answer if it solved your issue or vote as helpful if it helped so that other forum members can benefit from it
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