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sybase ct_fetch() error

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hi,

i am running few jobs to connect sybase (12.5.4) and pull out few records. if i run one job at a time ..everything is fine but when i run 10 jobs parallelly i am getting sybase error..'layer=5, Origin=3, severity=0, number=6, Message = ct_fetch():network packet layer net library error.

strange part is I get this sysbase error only if i run jobs parallely.

any advice as which sybase config is blocking me.

thanks
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Are you running these jobs on single database or different databases?
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hi,
i found solution for this problem. it was related to network. thanks
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