The Curious Case of… the aborted xdes map

(The Curious Case of… used to be part of our bi-weekly newsletter but we decided to make it a regular blog post instead so it can sometimes be more frequent. It covers something interesting one of us encountered when working with a client, doing some testing, or were asked in a random question from the community.)

Last week I was emailed a question about weird messages in someone’s error log on an Azure Managed Instance, similar to these:

[DbId:12]. Removing xdes id: 0000:8112c9d0 from aborted xdes map. [DbId:12]. Removing xdes id: 0000:8112b45e from aborted xdes map. [DbId:12]. Removing xdes id: 0000:8112b403 from aborted