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time out occurred while waiting for memory resources

Posted on 2004-09-07
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Hi all,  another chanlanging one.

Ive got so much stuff running that I got this error.    Its the first time ive ever seen this,  whilst I totally understand what it is and why it has occured, the question is..... Does anyone know of a way that I can increase this particular timeout interval, or is this hard coded in the bowels of SQL Sever?


Server: Msg 8645, Level 17, State 1, Line 1
A time out occurred while waiting for memory resources to execute the query. Rerun the query.


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by:dfarthing
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Hi,

Load up enterprise manager, right click your server and select properties. now select the connections tab and you will see a query time out setting in seconds. if you set it to zero it make the query time unlimited.

Hope it helps

Duncan
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by:ShogunWade
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No, that is connection timeout and command timeout settings.  both of them are set as unlimited.    This is a different issue at a much lower level.  Its a memory Allocation timeout.
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Its ok ive sussed it.

its the Query Wait option in sp_configure.

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