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Hi all -

I am running (hypothetically) a stored procedure. When I run it out of the query window in ssms it runs just fine. When I put it into a job and execute it, it will run for a while and then I get :

Internal Query Processor Error: The query processor encountered an unexpected error during execution. [SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 8630).

SQL version is Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (SP1) - 10.0.2531.0 (X64)   Mar 29 2009 10:11:52   Copyright (c) 1988-2008 Microsoft Corporation  Enterprise Edition (64-bit) on Windows NT 6.1 <X64> (Build 7600: )

I've ran dbcc and everything checks out ok. I can execute other jobs just fine on the server and they run successfully. Help?
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does the Sp call any other objects during execution (functions, views, other stored procedures)?
If so, does the acount running the job have the necessary permissions to access these objects?
Does the job write to the file system or access a linked server?
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Check whether you have a SELECT INTO statement in your procedure:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/323586

Are you sure that you have applied SP1 for SQL Server 2008, if not then apply SP1 and try.

Also try checking ways to tune your procedure to get rid of SELECT INTO logic or any other complex statements.
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the main sp calls a sub sp. and it works fine for a while and then just dies so it definitely has the permissions that it needs. and no on the linked server/file system object
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No select into's. Just insert into's. And yes on the SP1. This is what it gives me :  Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (SP1) - 10.0.2531.0 (X64)   Mar 29 2009 10:11:52   Copyright (c) 1988-2008 Microsoft Corporation  Enterprise Edition (64-bit) on Windows NT 6.1 <X64> (Build 7600: )
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>> the main sp calls a sub sp. and it works fine for a while and then just dies so it definitely has the permissions that it needs

Does the execution of main SP works successfully when executed in SSMS.
Kindly let me know how much time it takes for the main SP to execute successfully.

If it takes more time, then we need to think of tuning the procedure.
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Sorry for the long delay. I've been trying various things. The procedure which this was happening on runs for 23-24 hours. And that's just how long it has to take. It handles a lot of data and we've tuned the best we can there. What ended up happening is that we started to process things in 10k chunks (not 5k because that produced the same error). So it's up and running now - I just don't know the explanation behind it all.

I want to thank you all for your input!
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Sorry for the long delay. I've been trying various things. The procedure which this was happening on runs for 23-24 hours. And that's just how long it has to take. It handles a lot of data and we've tuned the best we can there. What ended up happening is that we started to process things in 10k chunks (not 5k because that produced the same error). So it's up and running now - I just don't know the explanation behind it all.
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