SQL Server Single-User Mode In Linux

Kevin Feasel

2017-11-10

Linux

Anthony Nocentino shows us how to get into single-user mode in SQL Server on Linux:

There was a question this morning on the SQL Server Community Slack channel from SvenLowry about how to launch SQL Server on Linux in Single User Mode. Well you’ve heard everyone say, it’s just SQL Server…and that’s certainly true and this is another example of that idea.

The command line parameters from the sqlservr binary are passed through into the SQLPAL managed Win32 SQL Process. So let’s check out how to do this together…

Click through for a demo.

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