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? Maximum connections exceeded

Started by Marty Francom, January 18, 2011, 03:35:27 pm

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Marty Francom

I have a strange situation.   I have a customer that is
getting the message  "Maximum Connections Exceeded"

I believe this message is coming from SQLitening (but I am not sure).
Fred:    Is this a message that SQLitening might generate?

If so, then it might be generating in error.   Here's the situation:
My customer has has two work stations.  One is a laptop.
If both workstations are connected to the database and he shut down his laptop and takes it home. Then when he comes back and recoonectes to the Network and tries to run the application which connects to the database, he will then get the  "Maximum Connections Exceeded"  error.    He then must shut down and restart the SQLiteningServer  before he is able to reconnect both workstations.

Is there anything I can do to resolve this problem?

Fred Meier

QuoteI believe this message is coming from SQLitening (but I am not sure).
Fred:    Is this a message that SQLitening might generate?

No, SQLitening doesn't have a message like that nor does it do anything to
limit the number of connections. 

Communications is not my strong suite so someone else needs to help you. 
You might Google that error for some hints. 

D. Wilson

If it is on an network. I know XP home has a limit of 10 users networked to the computer. Just my 2 cents worth