Failed to access the DBMS Server...?

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01-14-2020 07:56 PM
PriyaAggarwal1
New Contributor III

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I have establish a enterprise database connection in arcmap. then i try to create a new dataset and I am receiving this error. 

previously that database was working fine. I am not getting what happened this time.

Any suggestions please. ? 

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George_Thompson
Esri Frequent Contributor

Can you access any current data in the geodatabase?

Those errors are pointing in the direction of a network/connection issues between ArcMap and your database server.

--- George T.
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PriyaAggarwal1
New Contributor III

I have also tried to create dataset on server where database server and ArcGIS Enterprise server installed to confirm that is their connection error or something else. 

Now, I have got attached error

Thanks in advance.

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George_Thompson
Esri Frequent Contributor

Did you review the error message and information related to the Esri article?

Problem: ArcGIS clients encounter errors related to table schema changes, app domain unloading, or f... 

--- George T.
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PriyaAggarwal1
New Contributor III

Yes i have reviewed the error message. 

the windows server (2012 R2 standard) where SQL sever installed is of 32 GB RAM size. Its C drive has 150 GB space free. 

and SQL server memory limit is set to max. 

I am not getting what i should do next?

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George_Thompson
Esri Frequent Contributor

What is the CPU and RAM usage when this error occurs?

This is more on the SQL Server side than ArcGIS side. Setting the SQL memory to max means that it will use as much as possible on the box.

--- George T.
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PriyaAggarwal1
New Contributor III

Thanks for reply George.

Yes I can access current geodatabase.

I can easily add data on arcmap from previously added data in database connection. 

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George_Thompson
Esri Frequent Contributor

What are the resources of the SQL Server machine doing when this error occurs?

How often does it occur?

What are you doing to correct at this time?

--- George T.
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