I have a database that is stuck in recovery mode for few days already. There are multiple threads about this, but the solutions there don't work for me.
Here is what I tried already:
RESTORE DATABASE [DBNAME] WITH RECOVERY
Error: Exclusive access could not be obtained because the database is in use.
ALTER DATABASE [DBNAME] SET OFFLINE WITH ROLLBACK IMMEDIATE
Error: ALTER DATABASE failed because a lock could not be placed on database 'DBNAME'
I get the same error when trying to set the db to SINGLE_USER
exec sp_who2 --> nothing that contains my database, so nothing that I can kill
(Or I need to look for something else ??)
I can't just stop the SQL-service, because it contains too many databases that can't go down.
Who knows what I can do to get the database out of recovery mode? At both the primary and mirror location is the database state 'In recovery'.
I found a process in sp_who2 with command DB STARTUP.
At sys.dm_tran_locks, I see this session has a resource_database_id for the database that is in recovery, so this keeps the database locked. Anyone knows how to fix this without stopping SQL Server?