Survey: what’s the oldest version of SQL Server you have in production?

In this survey I’d like to know what the oldest version of SQL Server is in your environment – it has to be an instance that’s being used for a production workload in some way (even just occasionally).


I’ll report on the results next week.

Thanks!

10 thoughts on “Survey: what’s the oldest version of SQL Server you have in production?

  1. One of mine is SQL Server 2000 running a database in 6.5 compatibility mode, but I voted SQL Server 2000.

  2. I voted for SQL Server 2005, but several of the databases on that server are running in SQL Server 2000 compatibility mode.

      1. I’m runnin’ Interweb Explorer 10 on Winders 8.

        Seriously though I’m on IE 10. Hmm…

        I just tried Firefox 17, and there’s no survey there either.

        Is it provided by a 3rd party and embedded in a iframe or something like that? Wonder if our network security hardware is blocking it.

  3. I voted for SQL Server 2005, but several of the databases on that server are running in SQL Server 2000 compatibility mode

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