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SQL Server Version Numbers (Updated)

A couple of years ago I created a post with the major SQL version numbers. While working with a client this morning, I realized that I had not updated it to reflect several updates that have been released since the original post. Here is an updated table of major version numbers. To see all major and minor version numbers (i.e. versions for cumulative update versions), see this post. I’m also using this post to clean up some inconsistency in how the version numbers were listed in my previous post.

SQL   Version Version Number
SQL   Server 2012 RTM 11.0.2100.6
SQL   Server 2012 SP1 11.0.3000.0
SQL   Server 2008 R2 RTM 10.50.1600.1
SQL   Server 2008 R2 SP1 10.50.2500.0
SQL   Server 2008 R2 SP2 10.50.4000
SQL   Server 2008 RTM 10.0.1600.0
SQL   Server 2008 SP1 10.0.2531.0
SQL   Server 2008 SP2 10.0.4000.0
SQL   Server 2008 SP3 10.0.5500.0
SQL   Server 2005 RTM 9.00.1399
SQL   Server 2005 SP1 9.00.2047
SQL   Server 2005 SP2 9.00.3042.01
SQL   Server 2005 SP3 9.00.4035
SQL   Server 2000 RTM 8.00.194.0
SQL   Server 2000 SP1 8.00.384.0
SQL   Server 2000 SP2 8.00.534.0
SQL   Server 2000 SP3 8.00.760
SQL   Server 2000 SP3a 8.00.760
SQL   Server 2000 SP4 8.00.2039
SQL   Server 7.0 RTM 7.00.623
SQL   Server 7.0 SP1 7.00.699
SQL   Server 7.0 SP2 7.00.842
SQL   Server 7.0 SP3 7.00.961
SQL   Server 7.0 SP4 7.00.1063
SQL   Server 6.5 RTM 6.50.201
SQL   Server 6.5 SP1 6.50.213
SQL   Server 6.5 SP2 6.50.240
SQL   Server 6.5 SP3 6.50.258
SQL   Server 6.5 SP4 6.50.281
SQL   Server 6.5 SP5 6.50.415
SQL   Server 6.5 SP5a 6.50.416
SQL   Server 6.5 SP5a Update 6.50.479

December 10, 2012 - Posted by | ConfigMgr, ConfigMgr 2012, SQL

2 Comments »

  1. Man these things change quick:

    SQL Server 2012 SP1 – Version 11.0.3000.0

    Released on 11/9/2012.

    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35575

    Comment by Nash | December 16, 2012

  2. I always use this site, Jarvis: http://sqlserverbuilds.blogspot.com/ – it seems to be well maintained.

    Comment by Brian Mason | January 2, 2013


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