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[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver] Communication Link Failure (#0)

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[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver] Communication Link Failure (#0)
Any ideas about this error?
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Question by:tesla764
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This indicates the connection problems (mostly network) to sql server from the client.

Are you able to ping (or Telnet SQL Port) the SQL Server from client? Do you have ping timeouts?
It is possible that the SQL server is extreemely busy (CPU and Memory Pegging) and is dropping the connection.
Please provide more details of how are you trying to connect to the Server.

Thanks,
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by:tesla764
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I think we're ok with this now.
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