What to do When Index is Corrupted in SQL Server?

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    Barry Alllen
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    Hello everyone! I have 2015 Database. When I ran DBCC CHECKDB command the output is;

    Msg 8909, Level 16, State 1, Line 1

    Table error: Object ID 0, index ID -1, partition ID 0, alloc unit ID 0 (type Unknown), page ID (1:31462320) contains an incorrect page ID in its page header. The Page Id in the page header = (0:0).

    I think my database is corrupted.

    I also ran Repair_Rebuild, but this also failed.

    Do I have a corrupted index, IF yes how can I find table name and actual index?

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    Eddie Thwan
    44 pts

    If the repair option is “Repair with the Data Loss” I suggest you to restore from your backup otherwise you may not be able to know 100% what data is lost? If you allow data loss you may well have Foreign key inconsistencies and all ghastly outcomes also.

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    Natalie Chopra

    Just repeat DBCC CHECKDB (after each repair) to see if there is any other Repair Command Request, and then run that and then repeat the DBCC CHECKDB, until you get a “clean” outcome.
    There is a table in MSDB and if that has only rows in it that may suggest falling hardware.
    For easily to understand just go through this article it may helps you a lot.
    “How do I know If Index is Corrupted in SQL Server?” I have also got solution by this article when I got stucked http://www.sqlmvp.org/how-to-check-if-index-is-corrupted-in-sql-server/.

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