System Center operations Manager logo http://www.Oostdam.infoSystem Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 is a great product. It has some difficulties, but doesn't have any products have a problem here and there? Now this article has been made here, for several reasons. First of all, I collected all these errors, installs and warnings for my own personal reference. But, it is always better to share knowledge, so I decided to publish these articles, with a little extra explanation on this site, through these articles. So, I hope this article will help you with your problem as well. Now, this is a simple on just a specific event error when a report fails to run. I find it handy to monitoring this, just for fun, that why I decided to write a small blog on this error. Due to the fact that most visitors of this page are from a lot of different countries, this article is in the english language. 

How to resolve an Reporting error with event ID 31569:
Reporting Services error with event 31569 Picture 01The error message you might get is: Loading reporting hierarchy failed. The 'ReportServer' is not running. The service must be running to use Report Server. You can see a picture of the error here on the right. Now this is rather self explaining. Just start the SQL Server Reporting Services on your RS server, assuming that you have multiple, or at least separated ones, and start the report again manually. The reason for this article is that I want to know when this occurs, in order to track en report on these failures.

Reporting Services error with event 31569 Picture 03
Crawling through the events I came across the event that you can see here in the other picture. The Logname is Operations Manager, Source is Health Service Modules, Event ID 31569 and the Task Category will be Data Warehouse as you are trying to get data from the DataWarehouse database.

Just create a rule to report these events and after a while you will known how often the reportings services have been crashed of failed on your reporting servers. Based on that information you can make up your mind an decide what to do next.

Hope that this article will have helped you a bit further............
Have fun, using System Center Operation Manager!

Ben OostdamBen Oostdam has been working with Windows systems since 1993. Worked for several companies as a system administrator, and is currently a Senior Support Engineer for Qurius Managed Services in the Netherlands specialized in System Center Solutions.

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