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Faulting application MsDtsSrvr.exe

Posted on 2011-03-01
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My issue is having installed SQL Server 2005 integration services (both x64 and 32bit) I an encountering a very strange problem when I try to execute a package.

What occurs is the package is executed, whether it be via BIDS, SQL server or programmatically and subsequently causes this error:

Faulting application MsDtsSrvr.exe, version 9.0.1399.0, time stamp 0x43500d55, faulting module OLEAUT32.dll, version 6.0.6002.18005, time stamp 0x49e041d2, exception code 0xc0000005, fault offset 0x000000000000680b, process id 0x1aa8, application start time 0x01cbd83b74dab34e.

After that happens SSIS service is restarted automatically the eventlog then shows the the same error is produced again 1 second after restart.

Another second down the line and the eventlog shows that the package starts, then SSIS service starts and after processing the package finished successfully.

I've been trying to work out what is the problem but to no avail.

I should also mention that using the 32 bit runtime with the same package works successfully. I have tried with all different types of dataflowtasks and it seems to make no difference what I am trying to do. All x64 operations fail (but then succeed) with the same error.

If anyone can shed any light on this I'll be incredibly grateful!

Thanks in advance,

Brett.
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Hi,
Please install last service packs.
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Thank's mordi.

I can't believe my ops guys didn't install the latest SP, that appears to have fixed the problem though.

Many thanks!
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I'm glad to hear.
Many Thanks to you also.
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