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Error 110 meaning?

Posted on 2004-04-20
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Can anyone tell me what the following errors mean? From my Pervasive server log.
I have (hopefully) repaired the table, but I would like to ensure this doesn't happen again if possible.

03-11-2004 10:07:03 NTMKDE          0000007A NTDBSMGR.EXE    NTSRV           E                        System Error: 110.7.0  File: D:\ACCPAC\PLUSWIN\DATA\POWMIN\APIBH.DAT
03-11-2004 10:08:24 NTMKDE          0000007A NTDBSMGR.EXE    NTSRV           E                        System Error: 110.7.0  File: D:\ACCPAC\PLUSWIN\DATA\POWMIN\APIBH.DAT
03-11-2004 10:11:58 NTMKDE          0000007A NTDBSMGR.EXE    NTSRV           E                        System Error: 110.6.0  File: D:\ACCPAC\PLUSWIN\DATA\POWMIN\APIBH.DAT
03-11-2004 10:36:32 NTMKDE          0000007A NTDBSMGR.EXE    NTSRV           E                        System Error: 110.9.0  File: D:\ACCPAC\PLUSWIN\DATA\POWMIN\APIBH.DAT
03-11-2004 10:49:03 NTMKDE          0000007A NTDBSMGR.EXE    NTSRV           E                        System Error: 110.9.0  File: D:\ACCPAC\PLUSWIN\DATA\POWMIN\APIBH.DAT
03-11-2004 10:55:32 NTMKDE          0000007A NTDBSMGR.EXE    NTSRV           E                        System Error: 110.6.0  File: D:\ACCPAC\PLUSWIN\DATA\POWMIN\APIBH.DAT

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The 110 is actually an identifier.  It marks the location within the engine code where the error occurs.  Are you seeing errors from the AccPac application?  
From the Pervasive.SQL documentation:
The format of a system error is id.op.rc where:  
Table 2-3    System Error Explanation
id  Unique System Error identifier
op  Btrieve operation being performed at the time
rc  any unexpected return code from the operating system.

The id corresponds to a section of code in the MKDE where the OS call took place. There are different id ranges depending on which MKDE is being used:

The 110 is in the I/O subroutines.  If you are getting status 2 errors from AccPac, then rebuilding the file should fix the problem.  Will it stop it from happening, it depends. If the corruption was caused by bad memory or a bad NIC or other bad hardware, then the corruption will eventually come back.
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by:Microfiche
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This only happened once - and (though this is questionable) all the users claimed there were no ACCPAC errors.
So you are saying that this error code won't help me identify what happened, or that it was a hardware problem?
Where can I find what the op codes of 6, 7, and 9 mean?
Thanks!
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Those are the Btreive operations codes.  They are:
6: Get Next
7: Get Previous
9: Get Greater Than or Equal
The full list is in the Btrieve Programmer's guide (online at http://www.pervasive.com/library).
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So this error code won't help me identify what happened, or that it was a hardware problem?
Thanks for your answers...
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