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Database is online but log is full

Hello,

I'm using MaxDb 7.6.0.34 on Win2000 SP4.

My DB instance is in strange state.

State of the database is Online but "full".

When I'm connecting via SqlStudioGui I can connect and make selects.

When I'm connecting via DbManagerGui I can connect and see that database is running and logfile is 100%full.

But I'm not able to perform database backup.

When I try it an error "-24994 Runtime enviroment error[util_connect ...]; 1,could not create comm. shared memory[5]" occures.

Can you help me, please ??

Dusan Kolesar

d.kolesar@gmail.com

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:56 PM

    You will need to

    - make a full database backup (if you haven't done so already)

    - backup your log

    Check

    MaxDB Backup and Restore [original link is broken]

    --

    Markus

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    • Former Member

      Than you very much.

      My problem was solved earlier.

      There was problem with OS user rights.

      That's why such error occured (I think).

      I was not able to do something with database - includinng "data backup", "log backup", I was not able to stop database.

      But it is OK now, finaly.

      Thank you

  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 01:52 AM

    Hello Dusan,

    -> If you are the SAP customer please review the SAP Note No. 688028.

    I think this note could help you to get clear/solve the reported problem.

    -> Did you try to connect to the database from the Terminal Services session?

    Thank you and best regards, Natalia Khlopina

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