Weird Slipstream Observation with SQL Server 2008 R2, SP1, and a CU
Hello all. I was putting together some demos for the private class I am delivering this week and I decided to slipstream SQL Server 2008 R2 with SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 and SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 CU3. This is fully supported and the process is straightforward. My installation worked fine, and my clustered instance got installed seemingly with no issues. However, I observed the following:
- In the detailed log file (detail.txt), it references version 10.50.2789 – which is what I expect.
- SQL Server thinks it’s at version 10.50.2789 – again, all good.
- Summary.txt does not match – it has version 10.51.2789
See the pic below:
Has anyone else seen this? I’m not really woried since the engine is reporting the right number and detail.txt is fine. It just doesn’t make sense that one place would have a slightly different version number.
Also, PCUSOURCE and CUSOURCE didn’t show up on the Ready to Install dialog like I’ve seen. Again, no big deal but just found it interesting.