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I am running vantage by epicor and the last couple of mornings people have not been able to get in the database.  I opened task manager this morning on the server and find that over a days time that it continues to start more and more processes named _proapsv.exe*32.  With a fresh reboot there are only 2 processes with this name running but after a 24 hour period there was over 10 of them running eating up over six gigs of memory.  Any ideas on what could be causing it or a fix.  I am also running windows server 2003 64-bit.

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Did you asked Epicor support about a "db connection leak" problem in Vantage ?
What did you change recently on your applications ?
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Thanks for considering my questions...but what was the solution then ?
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Sorry.  I found a machine that had the odbc connect isolation connected set as read committed.  That would lock the database or something.  Once I changed that everything went back to normal.
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Good explanations ! Thank for the feedback !
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