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SQL Job Error in SSIS Package

Posted on 2016-10-21
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Hi guys,

I have created a job in SQL Server Agent. My SSIS project is deployed in SSISDB. I have got a wrapper package which is being executed by this job. Now the job fails and complains about the package BookingRevision.dtsx

When i run this package from my local it runs successfully but fails in the job. The only difference between this package and other successful packages within job is that this package is using a Data Conversion.

I am relatively new to SSIS so really unable to understand that why is this package not giving any error from local but when i run it from the server it comes up with the error message.

I have attached the error file
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Nakul Vachhrajani earned 2000 total points
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It appears that your server is running low on resources (memory or disk). This is based on the following line from your error log (thank-you for sharing it).

Either not enough memory is available to the pipeline because not enough is installed, other processes are using it, or too many buffers are locked.

The reason it works on your local machine is probably because no other packages, processes or client connections are open on your machine (or you may not be using the same amount of data when running your package).

Try reducing blocking transformations (e.g. Sort + Merge) and replace them with non-blocking ones (e.g. downloading data into temporary tables and using standard T-SQL to perform the JOIN). Also, see how you can minimize the data being exchanged across the data pipe (apply filters when fetching data from the source itself rather than doing so towards the end).
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Thanks a lot. Yes Server was low on resources. There was no way that we were going to upgrade the resources. So i split my wrapper package into multiple wrapper packages and especially those one containing high volume of data transfer and it works.

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