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Solid Database error

I got the follwoing error message from my solid database.

I have recently increased the cache size in the solid.ini file from 0.5Gb to 2Gb (= 268435456 Bytes). Do i need to increase it more to resolve this error or is it not related to this setting. Prior to me increasing the cache size to 2Gigb i did get the "there is too little cache memory allocated for the SOLID process" error.

Now i get this error instead.
"Solid FlowEngine process has encountered an internal error and is unable
to continue normally. Please report the following information
to Solid Information Technology <techsupp@solidtech.com>.
SOLID Fatal error: Out of central memory (alloc size = 3874132, total bytes = -249502860)
Product: SOLID Embedded Engine
Version: 03.52.0008
Operating system: Solaris 8 SPARC MT"
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BigSchmuhCommented:
Did you try to lower the cache size to 1GB ? and back to 0.5GB ?
May be although this is a 32bits process that can't use that "much" memory...
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stopmAuthor Commented:
Hi Schmuh, no i havent tried this but that is a good point maybe it is too high. Will try it although results wont be apparent for some time as error doesn apear that often
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Chris MConsulting - Technology ServicesCommented:
Ensure that you have sufficient resources on your server first, only then can you go ahead and increase your database cache accordingly.
This should sort you out, thanks.
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BigSchmuhCommented:
Solid FlowEngine on Solaris 8 only exists in 32bits.
This means you should LOWER the cache in solid.ini down to where you have no more error.
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