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DBProcess is dead

By asavinov ·
In windows NT:
spontaneously user get the error "dbprocess is dead or not enable" when working with SQL6.5 database.
After restart - everything OK.
Why it's happen?
And what the reason?

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DBProcess is dead

by scole In reply to DBProcess is dead

This error essentially means that the connection to the client was interrupted. It is normally network related.

Check the server error log for other information. You may find 10025 errors or others.

It is also possible that SQL Server does nothave enough memory allocated. Again, you should find other indications in the error log if this is the case.

If it is network related, determine if it is occuring only on one workstation - or on all. You could have a network problem on one workstation - or bad hardware somewhere on the network that is effecting the entire network.

The network admin should be able to help determine the problem.

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