Not enough storage is available to complete this operation 
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 Not enough storage is available to complete this operation

Hi,

Could be Mts or ADO problem, I'm not sure.

We developed a Nt Service that enables us to launch different MTS components
into threads.

Components and service were designed using Delphi 4 and data access logic is
supplied by ADO 2.1.

These components were declared with the 'requires a transaction' option and
use the appartment threading model.

Here' s the problem. All that stuff was designed on a monoprocessor NT 4
WorkStation. And we got it to work quite well.

However,  we deployed our service and components on a NT cluster which
features 2*2 processors. The service is clustered, DTC is too.
When trying to run several components at the same time we get this error:

* Not enough storage is available to complete this operation
(and sometimes merely an access violation on query execution)

If we set components to single threaded mode, all is working perfectly once
again.

We do not want to use Single threaded mode because the execution of
components is serialized, we would rather like to use the appartment model.

So, Any ideas?



Mon, 03 Jun 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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