SQL Server Update to Install on Windows for Arm

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Apple Silicon (M1) Mac' started by Mundford, May 13, 2021.

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  1. WillC5

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    hi, how did u do it. i believe i ran into the same issue like you. setting up autocount on parallels.
     
  2. LucaR7

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    Following this thread every day as I would love to buy a new Mac Studio, but am currently using SQL Server 2017 + Visual Studio 2019 and will wait until it'll be possible to run them on an M1.
    BTW: any news if SQL Server 2022 will be arm-compatible or not?
     
  3. AliP3

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    SQL Server 2022 is not going to support ARM64, based on what I asked from Microsoft SQL Server 2022 guys.
     
  4. LucaR7

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    Thanks, this is not good news unfortunately. As a VS2019 .net 4.7 + Sql Server 2019 developer, I was really looking forward to upgrading my current iMac 27" 2016, but it looks like a long way to go atm.
     
  5. JESUSC5

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    Amigo aun tienes el archivo que me puedas ayudar enviando, mediante wetransfer?
     
  6. UdityanshuG

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    Hello, I am trying to setup SQL Server 2019 Setup on
    OS - Windows11_InsiderPreview_Client_ARM64_en-us_22579
    From the links mentioned in the threads, I have tried downloading every Cumulative Update Package (10, 12, 14, 15) for SQL Server 2019, but none of them work.
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  7. GampaA@Parallels

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    Hello MarcosW, Please refer to the knowledge base https://kb.parallels.com/9058 article to generate a technical report Id. Thanks.
     
  8. carlosa24

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    Thanks for that, with 2014 32-bit works for me.
     
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  10. MarcosH2

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  11. JohannesH7

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    The non-existent support from Parallels. I expect active help until the problem is solved. This is what I pay for. But nothing happens. I have cancelled my subscription and all other customers should do the same. Parallels Desktop has become useless to me on the M1.
     
  12. LeslieJ

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    I'm also in this situation but I realise that this is no fault of Parallels! You should turn your anger towards Microsoft for not supporting this newer version of SQL-server on Windows for ARM. Unfortunately it's futile to complain to MS and the only thing we can do is wait. I myself are looking for an Intel Mac to solve the problem temporarily.
     
  13. ThomasL39

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    Mirror above posters with similar significant issue.
     
  14. StephenW14

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    I think I would be ok with Sql Server LocalDB working correctly for development. I seem to be able to connect to localdb from within SSMS and also Visual Studio server explorer, but EF Core Migrations can't seem to find the server when running update-database. Anyone else encounter this?
     

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