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DBPROCESS is dead or not enabled

Posted on 1998-05-27
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During the execution of a restore from a tape appears the following error: Error 10005 [DB-Library]DBPROCESS is dead or not enabled
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Look in the SQL Server errorlog.  This kind of message to the client is usually associated with an error on the SQL Server, such as infected with 10, infected with 11, or timeslice, along with a stacktrace.

Typically, you will have to pass the stacktrace on to Technical Support to get the problem resolved, although the calls on the stack may give some clues to the root cause.
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Just got that yeaterday, after changing some tables,
it seems that certain views can get corrupt, try and refresh
your views by editing and resaving them.
Check the procedure in question that is giving you trouble to see
if any views are being used, and refresh them.  It solved my problem, with 10 clients hanging over me, might solve yours.

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