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Event ID 60621 on Azure VM with SQL Server

Hello,
I have 3 Azure VMs running SQL Server on them and all have the same warning message in event viewer every 35 seconds:

[Warning] ServerConfigurationsManagementGetSqlStorageDataErrored: System.Exception: Error occurred when attempting to query SQL Server storage report

I never configured anything related to the reporting service and I don't know what the message means or how to get rid of it.

Will appreciate any help or insight.

Kind regards,
Ori

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AndreasBaumgarten answered OriGilgun-3483 commented

Hi @OriGilgun-3483 ,

the event id 60621 is not related to the SQL Server Reporting Service.

There is a post in the Technet forums here: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/3b7a6722-fbb5-4b1a-97a2-646540e05d49/regular-error-on-azure-vm-sql-2016?forum=sqldatabaseengine

The answer from Lin Leng (MSFT CSG):

Based on my test, this source only exists on Azure VMs with SQL Server installed(and it comes from SQL Server Iaas Agent). In this case, I would suggest you post it in Azure VM forum for better support. Or you could submit a support request from Azure portal/Virtual Machines/Your Machine Name/New support request.


(If the reply was helpful please don't forget to upvote and/or accept as answer, thank you)

Regards
Andreas Baumgarten


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Hi @AndreasBaumgarten

Yes I saw that post but it doesn't provide any info on what the event actually means or how to take care of it.

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Maybe there is someone who can answer this .... or maybe you could submit a support request in the Azure Portal.


Kind regards
Andreas Baumgarten

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@OriGilgun-3483 I spent some time searching for the error or other occurrences, and only found it associated with other errors during disk throttling or backup errors. I could not find another time where the error occurred alone.

I agree with Andreas, your best bet is to follow up with Support. If you do not have a support plan and would like to pursue this further, please let me know.

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Thanks for looking into this @TravisCragg-MSFT, I will contact Microsoft through my CSP for support.

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