Length Specified In Network Packet Payload Did Not Match Number Of Bytes Read
Hello every one
I am getting this in my event log from time to time . not sure what is that ?
Is this a hacker trying to send rubbish data to SQL through the port ?
Any help is appreciated .
Length specified in network packet payload did not match number of bytes read; the connection has been closed. Please contact the vendor of the client library. [CLIENT: someip]
I am trying to narrow down this problem. Basically, I added 3 columns to my article table. It holds the article id, article text, author and so on. I tested my program before adding the additional field to the program. The program works fine and I can add an article, and edit the same article even though it skips over the 3 new fields in the database. It just puts nulls into those columns.So, now I have added one of the column names I added in the database to the code. I changed my businesslogic article.vb code and the addarticle.aspx, as well as the New article area in the addartivle.aspx.vb page. The form now has an additional textbox field for the ShortDesc which is a short description of the article. This is the problem now: The command parameters.length is 9 and there are 10 parameter values. Right in the middle of the 10 values is the #4 value which I inserted into the code. It says Nothing when I hover my mouse over the code after my program throws the exception in 17 below. Why is command parameters.length set to 9 instead of 10? Why isn't it reading the information for value 4 like all the other values and placing it's value there and calculating 10 instead of 9? Where are these set in the program? Sounds to me like they are hard coded in someplace and I need to change them to match everything else. 1 ' This method assigns an array of values to an array of SqlParameters.2 ' Parameters:3 ' -commandParameters - array of SqlParameters to be assigned values4 ' -array of objects holding the values to be assigned5 Private Overloads Shared Sub AssignParameterValues(ByVal commandParameters() As SqlParameter, ByVal parameterValues() As Object)6 7 Dim i As Integer8 Dim j As Integer9 10 If (commandParameters Is Nothing) AndAlso (parameterValues Is Nothing) Then11 ' Do nothing if we get no data12 Return13 End If14 15 ' We must have the same number of values as we pave parameters to put them in16 If commandParameters.Length <> parameterValues.Length Then17 Throw New ArgumentException("Parameter count does not match Parameter Value count.") 18 End If19 20 ' Value array21 j = commandParameters.Length - 122 For i = 0 To j23 ' If the current array value derives from IDbDataParameter, then assign its Value property24 If TypeOf parameterValues(i) Is IDbDataParameter Then25 Dim paramInstance As IDbDataParameter = CType(parameterValues(i), IDbDataParameter)26 If (paramInstance.Value Is Nothing) Then27 commandParameters(i).Value = DBNull.Value28 Else29 commandParameters(i).Value = paramInstance.Value30 End If31 ElseIf (parameterValues(i) Is Nothing) Then32 commandParameters(i).Value = DBNull.Value33 Else34 commandParameters(i).Value = parameterValues(i)35 End If36 Next37 End Sub ' AssignParameterValues38 39 40 41
Hello,I was wondering is the following is correct with the network packet size.I've installed sql server 2000 and made some changes in the configuration.Now i've read that sql server's default network packet size is 4096 bytes,but when i look up the advanced tab, in the optionsmenu of the enterprisemanager, the networkpacketsize is 0!Now i see that some connections are memoryconsuming, could the above hassomething do with this and should i change the network packet size.I would like to have some help with this.Thnx
When I ran SP_monitor against my production server I observered network packet errors.Can anyone suggest me what exactly this represents and how can I communicate with Netowrk people regarding these errors?
thanks In advance
We have an application that runs across the WAN to multiple locations. Performance is poor and we are looking at ways to improve performance. One suggestion from our Sr. Network Administrator is to change our Network Packet Sizes across all points, SQL Server & NIC to match the outgoing Router. This would be a size of 1440.
Does anyone have any thoughts or recommendations on this?
Hi All,I have created a table in sql server 2000 where at the time of creatingit, the row size excced 8K. I understand why I get the warning below:The table 'tbl_detail' has been created but its maximum row size(12367) exceeds the maximum number of bytes per row (8060). INSERT orUPDATE of a row in this table will fail if the resulting row lengthexceeds 8060 bytes.However, when I call a stored procedure from my ASP Code, which returnsme this warning, my ASP page displays the warning and does not move tothe next line.What can I do not to get this warning? How do I turn off warningmessages? I tried to wrap my stored procedure call code within SETNOCOUNT ON and SET NOCOUNT OFF but that didn't help.Any help would be really appreciated,Thanks,Boris
Client of mine has a major problem with the Error 17832 (accompanied by 1608) on MS SQL
Server 6.5 running on NT 4.0 SP3. SQL Server has 100 per-seat licenses.
Application, running on the client computers, establishes several connections (I know...) to
the SQL Server on as-needed basis. The errors started to come up when application has
executed on 40+ workstations. When the "saturation level" is reached, no connection to the
SQL server could be established (even for Enterprise Manager, running on the same NT box!)
Any suggestions? Licenses, network, client configuration, SQL Server configuration...
Your suggestions sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will be appreciated.
We have been getting the following error message on SQL Server 6.5 SP 5A every 2 minutes:
Error : 17832, Severity: 18, State: 0
Unable to read login packet(s).
Even though it does not cause any problems, it really fills up the Error Log, which makes the log take a lot of disk space. From researching this problem, I realize that it has something to do with the network. Could anybody suggest what is it specifically on the network that could be not set up properly?
Thank you for your help.
I'm getting the following error from a few hosts that are querying a db in SQL Server 2005. The error has occurred while executing various queries that we would expect to return various sized result sets (from a couple rows to a couple million rows). Many hosts have never experienced the error but it is occurring fairly frequently on a couple.
using Windows Server 2003 on both the jdbc client and the DB host.
using jdbc driver from sqljdbc_1.1
netstat doesnt increment the TCP connection reset count after this error occurs.
using standard sql server authentication.
com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerException: A DBComms.error occurred while reading input. Context:Read packet header, Unexpected end of stream, readBytes:-1. Negative read result PktNumber:0. ReadThisPacket:0. PktDataSize:4,096.
We are trying to get a rough estimate of the size of the warehouse in terms of number of bytes. Now I understand that when I say char(2) datatype requires 2 bytes of memory. If this is correct then how many bytes does the following data type need -
Also can you explain the byte allocation for a varchar column. Say varchar(20) for example.
Any help is appreciated.
if SQL SERVER 2000 only allow 8060 bytes per row, then how can it store images or CLOB data? Is there a way that would let us change the maximum number of bytes per row? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Hello, I received an error while attempting to create a table similar to the following...
CREATE TABLE ExampleTable (
[FIELD_0] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
[FIELD_1] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_2] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_3] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_4] [datetime] NULL,
[FIELD_5] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_6] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_7] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_8] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_9] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_10] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_11] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_12] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_13] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_14] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_15] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_16] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_17] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_18] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_19] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_20] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_21] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_22] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_23] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_24] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_25] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_26] [nvarchar](255) NULL,
[FIELD_27] [nvarchar](255) NULL
First of all, field names have been changed to protect the innocent. Second, I did *not* create this table...I'm troubleshooting issues with a previously created table. I've no idea why almost every field needs to be an NVARCHAR data type of that size. Finally, as you can probably guess, I'm getting this error on a SQL Server 2000 database. (Yeah, it's past time we upgraded to SQL Server 2005 at least...explain that to management, please. I suggest you speak slowly and use small words.)
Anyhow, the error is "Warning: The table 'ExampleTable' has been created but its maximum row size (13348) exceeds the maximum number of bytes per row (8060). INSERT or UPDATE of a row in this table will fail if the resulting row length exceeds 8060 bytes."
Am I misunderstanding how the row size is calculated? How is SQL Server getting 13,348 bytes from the above statement?
Any and all constructive suggestions/ideas are much appreciated! Thanks!
On my busy sql server my network output queue length is a very large number 4343559902. My research shows it should be a < 2, but have also seen some bugs related to this perfmon counter. Anyone dealt with this issue before?
I want my following problem to work with a LIKE instead of exact match and if possible be faster. (currently 4s)
I got a set of rows with varchar(50), spread out over multiple tables.
All those tables relate to a central Colour table.
For each of the columns, I want to match the values with a set of strings I insert and then return a set of Colour.Id
E.g: input: 'BLACK', 'MERCEDES', '1984'
Would return colour ids "025864", 45987632", "65489" and "63249"
Because they have a colour name containing 'BLACK' or are on a car from 'MERCEDES' or are used in '1984'.
I) Create a table containing all possible values
CREATE TABLE dbo.CommonSearch(
id int IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL,
And fill it with all the values (671694 rows)
II) Stored Procedure to cut a string up into a table:
CREATE FUNCTION dbo.SplitString
@splitChar char = ''
@T TABLE (keyWord varchar(50))
WHILE LEN( @param ) > 0 BEGIN
declare @val varchar(50)
IF CHARINDEX( @splitChar, @param ) > 0
SELECT @val = LEFT( @param, CHARINDEX( @splitChar, @param ) - 1 ) ,
@param = RIGHT( @param, LEN( @param ) - CHARINDEX( @splitChar, @param ) )
SELECT @val = @param, @param = SPACE(0)
INSERT INTO @T values (@val)
III)Stored Procedure to query the first table with the second one
CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[GetCommonSearchResultForTabDelimitedStrings]
@keyWords varchar(255) = ''
SET NOCOUNT ON;
select clr_id, keyWord, fieldType
where keyWord in (select * from splitString(@keyWords, ''))
So, how can I use a LIKE statement in the IN statement of the last query.
Furthermore, I was wondering if this is the best sollution to go for.
Are there any better methods? Got any tuning tips to squeeze out an extra second?
I have a fixed-length flat file that contains about 30 columns. I have got it pretty well figured out using the flat file connection tool, but I am having trouble with the end of the line.
I know when I look at the file it is a CrLf that separates the rows, and SSIS only seems to understand this to a certain extent. It knows to go to the next line, but it also adds two rectangles to the lines, like this:
Col1 Col2 Col3 Col4 Col5
aaaaaa bbbbb ccccc ddddd eeeee
aaaaa bbbbb ccccc ddddd eee
eeaaaaa bbbbb ccccc ddddd e
eeeeaaaaa bbbbb ccccc ddddd
While this does create a cool pattern, it is a pain in the butt. The only solution I have found is adding two more spaces to the last column in the table, but the ?s just get appended there.
If anybody has any clue how to get rid of them, that would be great.
Thanks in advance
I am getting an insert error with the following SP. I don't have to pass the CampID because it is an IDENTITY field. The error says "number of supplied values does not match table definition."
Do I pass in the CampID to the SP and allow nulls? Thanks in advance
CREATE PROCEDURE sp_CampReg1
@Countryvarchar(20) = NULL,
@Phonevarchar(20) = NULL,
@AlternatePhonevarchar(20) = NULL,
@Faxvarchar(20) = NULL,
@URLvarchar(50) = NULL,
INSERT INTO TempCampSignup
SELECT @CampID = @@IDENTITY
Hi,I am getting the following error (When i am trying to update the column thru windows service) Please let me know the solution for the following.The following error is comming only when i set CommandTimeout to infinity (Commandtimeout=0).General network error. Check your network documentation. Number 11 Procedure ConnectionRead (recv()). Class 20 State 0 Source .Net SqlClient Data Provider Server Line number 0 Thanks and Best RegardsNagaraju A
Hi again all,
Is there a way to read a file name automatically from a network folder? I can successfully bulk insert from this particular folder. The next step is as I add files, I wish to bulk insert the latest file added so the program must make that determination and import that specific file. I can delete the older files if necessary and save them elsewhere but it would still be nice to be able to read the file name. I then wish to store the name of this file, whatever it is, into a field called "SourceFileName" in my table that I am bulk inserting into. Does anyone have an example in dynamic SQL? Thanks.
I am connecting a access database to SQL Server and lately I have been getting this error every once in a while. Any idea why?
I have table (log)as below
How do I read only the number starts with ID and pid from the above string and insert into column 'ProID' of the same row? It is log table tracking all the visiters to the web site. The number next to IDs and pids are productIDs. So if I manage to get product ID to the column ProId then I can hit against other table to find out which product the customer clicked.
I planned to do the above said by trigger. Please help
Is there a way to avoid entering column names in the excel template for me to create an excel file froma dynamic excel using openrowset.
I have teh following code but it works fien when column names are given ahead of time.
If I remove the column names from the template and just to Select * from the table and Select * from sheet1 then it tells me that column names donot match.
Server: Msg 213, Level 16, State 5, Line 1Insert Error: Column name or number of supplied values does not match table definition.
here is my code...
SET @sql1='select * from table1'SET @sql2='select * from table2'
IF @File_Name = '' Select @fn = 'C:Test1.xls' ELSE Select @fn = 'C:' + @File_Name + '.xls' -- FileCopy command string formation SELECT @Cmd = 'Copy C:TestTemplate1.xls ' + @fn
-- FielCopy command execution through Shell Command EXEC MASTER..XP_CMDSHELL @cmd, NO_OUTPUT -- Mentioning the OLEDB Rpovider and excel destination filename set @provider = 'Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0' set @ExcelString = 'Excel 8.0;HDR=yes;Database=' + @fn
exec('insert into OPENrowset(''' + @provider + ''',''' + @ExcelString + ''',''SELECT * FROM [Sheet1$]'') '+ @sql1 + '') exec('insert into OPENrowset(''' + @provider + ''',''' + @ExcelString + ''',''SELECT * FROM [Sheet2$]'') '+ @sql2 + ' ')
is there any way to find the number of sqlservers exists (count and name of server) in a network using sql statement or stored procedure
An application I developed normally works great, but it seems that when processing a certian record (and none of the others so far), SQL Server throws this error:
"Invalid length parameter passed to the substring function."
Here's the code in question:
orderReader = orderCommand.ExecuteReader()
Private Sub setControls(ByVal dr As SqlDataReader)
If (dr.Read()) Then '<--*******problem line*******
The SqlDataReader (orderReader) doesn't blow up or anything until I call .Read() (and, as mentioned, this problem only occurs for one order). What could be happening here?
I can't map other sql servers without creating alias with proper port number on client network utility. Other users using same version of the client tools, MMC, SQL DMF etc. I need to map 70 sql servers on using my client tools.
Any help is appreciated.
I will try to supply all of the information available to me to help generate some answers to the question I have. I am doing some benchmark testing of an application of how it deals with various database queries, for example oracle 10g, DB2 and MSSQL 2005.
I have a very simple database called "student" that has various tables, with various columns, all as mentioned very simplistic. Each table has a few hundred rows of data, the most being one table with 2000 rows. The same database (structure and dataset), is replicated across all 3 DB's.
In order to do the testing, I have been recording the same queries (select * from table_a, select * from table_b etc etc) for each database at an interface which monitors traffic between the client and db server, the problem starts here; The size of the tcpdumps are vastly greater for MSSQL vs oracle or db2. Some examples:
100 query or transaction dump:
50,000 query or transaction dump:
as mentioned each database's tables and data are identical to my knowledge and all queries are the same. The bloated dumps are making mssql performance numbers look bad.
So my question is: What could be the reason for MSSQLs client/server queries to contain so much information, has anyone else come across this? Is there any setting or something I could try to minimize it?
Thank you for your time.
I am receiving the following error:
Column name or number of supplied values does not match table definition
I am trying to insert values into a temp table, using values from the table I copied the structure from, like this:
SELECT TOP 1 * INTO #tbl_User_Temp FROM tbl_User
TRUNCATE TABLE #tbl_User_Temp
INSERT INTO #tbl_User_Temp EXECUTE UserPersist_GetUserByCriteria @Gender = 'Male', @Culture = 'en-GB'
The SP UserPersist_GetByCriteria does a
"SELECT * FROM tbl_User WHERE gender = @Gender AND culture = @Culture",
so why am I receiving this error when both tables have the same
The error is being reported as coming from UserPersist_GetByCriteria on the "SELECT * FROM tbl_User" line.