Error 913



Message text

Could not find row in sysdatabases with database  id %d. Run DBCC CHECKTABLE on sysdatabases.


This error occurs when Adaptive Server cannot find an entry in sysdatabases when looking for a specific database ID.

Possible causes of error 913 are:

This is a serious error if the index is corrupt or recovery fails.


If the 913 error is caused by accessing a stored procedure or view that refers to a table in a database that has been dropped, either re-create the database or update the procedure or view to point to the appropriate database.

When a database has been dropped and re-created, it can end up with a different database ID. If a stored procedure still references the old database ID, drop and re-create the stored procedure so that it will reference the new database ID. Refer to drop procedure and create procedure in the Reference Manual: Commands for information about dropping and re-creating stored procedures.

If the cause of the error is a corrupted nonclustered index on a system table, use one of these options:

If the error was raised when you ran the system stored procedure sp_help_rep_agent without parameters, contact Sybase Technical Support for instructions on how to resolve this error.

Versions in which this error is raised

All versions