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.
    [​IMG]
     
  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?
     
  15. AlejandroM7

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    I have an M1 Mac with windows 11 installed. I tried following the instructions but the install fails:

    TITLE: SQL Server Setup failure.
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    SQL Server Setup has encountered the following error:

    Setup encountered a failure while running job UpdateResult.

    Error code 0x876E0003.

    For help, click: https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink?Lin...l&EvtID=50000&EvtType=0x448E4A06%400x96D07230

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    BUTTONS:

    OK
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    Any pointers on how to get it installed? Is it even possible?
     
  16. ErnestJ

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    For those still struggling to install MS SQL 2019 on Windows 11 I've found a way with a combinationa of things posted on this forum.
    Steps:

    1. Obtain Windows 10 build 21354 following instructions on this link (thanks MarcosH2) https://www.reddit.com/r/windowsins...dows_10_arm_insider_preview_vhdx_file_solved/
    This step is very important as no other builds worked for me.

    2. Install Windows 10. Important - select to configure VM before installing and remove 'TPM Chip' from Hardware as it's not compatible with Windows 10.

    3. Follow instructions on installing and updating SQL 2019 from the very first post on this thread (thanks Mundford) - I first installed SQL 2019 developers edition (free) which failed as usual, then updated with both links provided, then installed SQL 2019 again and it worked!

    4. Update to Windows 11. Windows updates didn't work for me, so I first updated to latest Windows 10 build available (21390) using ISO image.
    Important - you have to add TPM Chip back or Windows 11 won't install. Again I couldn't update to Windows 11 from updates, so I got Windows 11 build 22000 ISO and updated without problems.

    5. After upgrading to Windows 11 updates are working fine again so updating to very latest build right now. SQL Management Studio still works no issues.

    Hopefully this will help someone as well.
     
  17. ErnestJ

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    OK, some bad news. While I was able to install SQL 2019 as per above, SQL Server Network Configuration node is missing from Configuration Manager so can't connect from my apps.

    Couldn't find any solutions on internet either :(
     
  18. Flinky

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    Has anyone already tried Parallels 18 and SQL-Server 2019 on M1??
    They mention SQL-Server under "lightning fast"
     

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  19. ErnestJ

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    What a great timing re Parallels 18, hopefully SQL 2019 installs without issues.
     
  20. NMENDES

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    I have tried and the installation failed (SQL 2019 Developer Edition)
     

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