Microsoft released an update to CU6 (link) for SQL Server 2014 SP1; this update was to address an issue where even having NOLOCK hint in
Corruption issue should be treated as critical, as if gone undetected they are difficult to recover from without data loss. The corruption can happen when
I often get asked, if there is an easy way to get notifications for Patches and Hotfixes for SQL Server. Generally I recommend people keep
SQL Server 2008 SP4 (link) and SQL Server 2008 R2 SP3 (link) have been released. Please note these are the final service packs for these
SQL Server Build: 11.0.3368 KB: 2833645 Lots of fixes are in this CU, in addition at least one KB talking about few new features. One
SQL Build: 11.0.2405 KB: 2823247 Quite a few fixes, similar to the ones in SQL 2008 R2 SP1 CU12 and SQL 2008 R2 SP2 CU6.