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Event ID: 33333 Source: DataAccessLayer

Level
Description
Data Access Layer rejected retry on SqlError: Request: p_RelationshipDiscovered -- (RelationshipId=392fbb59-7d69-a37a-e629-1f824dbacb6e) (SourceEntityId=cc7b3f66-b6b4-3199-399f-b395dfa8a920) (TargetEntityId=5e9c4cfd-00be-774b-b749-67f01b5217f1) (RelationshipTypeId=0c18d101-8d27-4333-6d54-682fe19a5896) (DiscoverySourceId=f15f0030-c44f-3250-52e4-7e40f07bea45) (HealthServiceEntityId=c83cdf96-ccea-ad8f-a893-1a3822e9b182) PerformHealthServiceCheck=True) (TimeGenerated=9/6/2008 4:55:36 PM) (RETURN_VALUE=1)
Class: 16
Number: 777980002
Message: The specified relationship doesn't have a valid source.
Comments
 
From a Microsoft blog: "Sometimes after installing an agent or importing a management pack you may see event number 33333 logged by the Data Access layer. In many situations this error is caused by the fact that proxying is not enabled for a particular agent. You can figure out using powershell the name of the agent that requires proxying to be enabled using the following command:

Get-MonitoringObject -id:'2090A6E7-27D2-425F-5617-6EE7B2291970' | ft DisplayName

This will provide the name of the agent that needs to have proxying enabled.

Note: You will need to replace the GUID that you use as the parameter to the cmdlet with the first GUID that you see in the alert."

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