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Resolving "Tracing Service lost trace events" in MOSS 2007

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

I recently came across an issue while attempted to debug some MOSS workflow. My workflow was terminating with an error, but upon doing some deeper digging into the log files I realized that the only error appearing was "Tracing Service lost trace events. Current value 1."

An incredibly useful and descriptive SharePoint error, as expected.

This occurs when the SharePoint tracing service is erroring for whatever reason. Restarting the service named "Windows SharePoint Services Tracing" fixes the problem.

A short post, but as always, SharePoint never fails to amaze me.

Tracin' Tom Out.

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