My custom built node-sqlserver driver stopped working after that, and I had to uninstall node and install v0. We have multiple servers which have applications running on them that client systems connect to and retrieve data from. Sorry for asking too many questions, just don't want to mess something up even more considering many users are connected to the server all the time. In this Document My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a million knowledge articles and a vibrant support community of peers and Oracle experts. The error is printed in terse mode because there was error during formatting.
You can install or repair the component on the local computer. I've seen this fix such errors in more than one instance. Obviously, you don't want it to set to automatically apply updates and reboot a server. Reason: Password did not match that for the login provided. Either way, these problems don't happen at a given time, they are completely random, and unexpected. At that time, the company was using the 192.
Csaba May I please know if anyone has found out the exact way of addressing this issue? You'd think, surely Microsoft would fix this, but it wouldn't be the first time. Noticed some occassions it shows Request timed out. As the number of incoming jobs grows we have to start more instances of the application to process them. Otherwise,leave it as it is. But its not totally fixed. Thanks , Grace Please kindly mark the answer if it is a workaround.
Not sure its because of the application or the error comes because of ping request time out. Sorry for not fully understanding you, I'm fresh out of college just getting into the workforce and experiencing real-life problems for the firs time. I would really like to see an updated node-sqlserver driver on npm. I have exactly the same issue. I have suffered and fixed this error before. Im making an application which queries trillion of records. By default, Windows 10 enters the sleep mode after 30 minutes.
You should reach out to the firewall administrator to research the logs in order to see if the firewall closed the connection. If you are running clusters check cluster. Katy After Googlizing and searching the whole internet, I could not come to any exact conclusion. Honestly I am not sure. Thank you for your help and attention. Here is my latest effort at revising this question.
When around 3 instances are running everything runs smoothly. We have roughly about 10-20 users connected to the database at the same time, but about 30 users connected to the server altogether. Our processing center is currently not very busy, as our major load starts after the beginning of the tax season. Could it be that the accounting software we use could be interfering with Visual Shop? Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. I doubt this is a problem with the query unless the above comment helps since you're getting network-related errors. We did not have the problem anymore.
Hi John, Thanks for the suggestion, I will log a bug report. You mentioned that the two machines were on different networks and there could be any number of problems between the two computers. Have you got access to the ColdFusion Administrator or the admin api? I did the netstat -b as you mentioned, and I got a long list of connections. If you're connecting to a named instance, try by changing the connection string to use the port number instead. We've started to have a similar problem.
We replace the network cards and the error is as good as gone. Ensure the 'Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power' option is unchecked. I think this is the time that event viewer errors get generated. In the meantime, after a couple of more days of debugging I narrowed the problem down to the following scenario: 1. Is there any way to get around this? Recently I did windows updated on both db and application servers.
If it was working at one time and now it isn't then something happened to the server or your network. The packages run as a file system deployment on the application server and not as a database deployment on the database server. Another reason was that the network card was constantly connecting and disconnecting. Is that of any concern? Its kind of a hit and hope, but at this point this seems like the best option. We are not responsible for the information on third-party websites, and we cannot assist in implementing the solutions on these websites.
I found a bunch of things but you may find something more specific to your problem. I satnd corrected, this error occurs while I process a certain dimension of the cube. If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event. Has it ever worked correctly? Also because they only have a small staff of programmers you may not necessarily get the right information. Well, I hope this can be helpful. I would guess the problem you are having might be related to some network issues with your network. The complexity of the query does not make the error more or less likely.