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sql message error when press on save button

Posted on 2013-11-19
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the following message display when press on save button in the application

Transaction aborted when accessing versioned row in table 'dbo.inserted' in database 'wf10taa'. Requested versioned row was not found. Your tempdb is probably out of space. Please refer to BOL on how to configure tempdb for versioning.

 

No changes made to database.

 

UPDATE cutheader SET cutno = 9702326, issuedate = '6-27-2013 0:0:0.000', duedate = '10-20-2013 0:0:0.000', completiondate = '7-18-2013 0:0:0.000', total = 29800, closed = 'Y', userid = 'medina1', user_date = '11-19-2013 16:36:36.555', style_header = '13ZH6737373', color_header = 'BLACK', ms_type = NULL, warehouse = 'PS', productionid = 0 WHERE cutno = 9702326




this happen only in one terminal from other place it allow to save
i tried restart and it does not help
i have access to SQL database
the sql is running on windows server 2000 i think its MY SQL

what its mean "Your tempdb is probably out of space"? how i can fix this?


please advice
thanks
Gvilbis
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OK, here's a good discussion of your error:
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1117349-360-1.aspx

You're obviously using row versioning.  Here's Microsoft's set of configuration considerations:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175492%28v=sql.105%29.aspx
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how do i increase the size of tempdb? is it has to be done on the machine where the SQL is running? if yes how it could be that it happen on one terminal only?

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You will need to connect to the SQL Server machine.  That can be done from an installation of SQL Server management studio on your machine (rights permitting) or from that machine either physically sitting at the keyboard or using Terminal Services / Remote Desktop.

Are you the person tasked with managing that server? If not, can you get some help from the person who is?
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i am the person who responsible to that machine
i have SQL studio manager installed, what action to take?

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Right-click tempDB and choose Properties.  Check how large it currently is, both the data file and the log file. Also check what drive those files are on.

On your server, check how much space is on the drive.

I suspect that tempDB is trying to automatically grow, but encountering disk limits.
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