OK, the issue was solved increasing the memory limit on the server, that was causing the problem.
Thanks for ur help!
We need some more details other than just the error message.
The error message mentions "Not enough storage", so did you check on that? SQL Server Express databases have a size limitation of 10GB, so hope you are not exceeding that.
ArcGIS Server ; 10.3
ArcMAP : 10.3
SQL Server: SQLserver 2012 SP2When i use arcmap and then i add a new db connection. Actually i noticed something weird since this morning in arcgis log.
Which edition of SQL Server? (SQL Server Express or SQL Server Standard\Enterprise, )
It's standard, no express
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Now im having this issue.
Yesterday we restart our server and the problem was solved apparently, but today we end up with the error shown before.Any ideas ?
It would at first glance appear that you are running into a resource limitation within your SQL Server environment. Essentially you have four core resources which could potentially lead to performance problems / failures:
2) Disk I/O
I would suggest looking into the first three as possible culprits for this issue via performance monitor on the SQL Server machine hosting the instance. Check the SQL Server logs within Management Studio < Management < SQL Server Logs folder- see if any mentions of available space / or insufficient memory (or memory pressure) arise. If you are running into memory pressure- try to diagnose and resolve the cause and / or add additional RAM if possible.
Also view the error log file for SQL Server which should be stored here or in a similar location on the SQL Server machine: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL##.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\Log.
I'm thinking you are either running out of memory or disk space and these are the symptoms you are experiencing. I hope this is helpful!
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