Integration Services :: Could Not Open Global Shared Memory To Communicate With Performance DLL

Nov 17, 2009

I am getting the following warning for my SSIS08 package: Could not open global shared memory to communicate with performance DLL; data flow performance counters are not available.  To resolve, run this package as an administrator, or on the system's console. I did check Warning in SSIS 2008 , but didn't find any solution. The package processes data and executes fine , but why do I see this warning? When I run this package on my machine, I see no such warning, it's only when I deploy it to our DEV SSIS server, I get this warning.

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SQL 2012 :: Could Not Open Global Shared Memory To Communicate With Performance DLL

Apr 22, 2014

Getting the following warning in SSIS - SQL 2012:

[SSIS.Pipeline] Warning: Could not open global shared memory to communicate with performance DLL; data flow performance counters are not available. To resolve, run this package as an administrator, or on the system's console.

Microsoft had a fix for SQL Server 2008.

How to get around this in SQL 2012?

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Apparently this error was fixed in CU12 for SQL 2008, but it seems to have raised it's head again in SQL 2012.[SSIS.Pipeline] Warning: Warning: Could not open global shared memory to communicate with performance DLL; data flow performance counters are not available. To resolve, run this package as an administrator, or on the system's console.

I've got a client who is seeing it. but I've not seen a fix in CU1 or CU2 for 2012.

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Apr 1, 2014

When running the etl I'm getting the error: <SSIS Task>: Shared Memory Provider: Timeout error [258] ; followed by the message "Communication link failure".

What is special about this message that it happens on a SQL Execute task (random task) and the Timeout is after 2 minutes.

When executing the packages separatly it is working fine. The SQL Tasks that are failing are also quit heavy, but reasonable and takes between >2min and 10 - 15 min. Statements are stored procedures that puts an index on 3 mil. records or update statements,...

I had a look to all my (SSIS-etl) timeouts and they have the default value 0, the "remote query timeout" of the server is set to 10 minutes. According to me, these are the only one that exists?

There are 2instances on the server each instance has 24GB allocated, the server has 64 in total. Also when the etl runs (that results in an error) no other etl is running on the 2 instances. I'm working with the oledb sql server native client11.0 provider : SQLNCLI11.1.

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Apr 8, 2009

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Now it may or may not matter how I run the package but the following warning has been generated :-

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Is there anyway I can setup a job to send a data. Also I am not able to send large file using OUTLOOK so is there any other Tool to send a data? 

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Without it, I got error Executed as user: NT ServiceSQLAgent$RETAIL_PRO.and this user does not exists on remote server. so got access denied. error. 

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Source: "OraOLEDB"  Hresult: 0x80004005  Description: "ORA-01017: invalid username/password; logon denied".

Is there a way to ensure the packages will use the latest information in the shared data source?  I did do a Rebuild before executing the packages.

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What is a best strategy to do this keeping in mind that while package is running and two new csv files come in and package shd copy data from both the files.

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Jan 21, 2008

When I open integration services on my SQL server, I can expand the File System folder fine, but when I try to expand the MSDB folder under stored package, I'm getting the following error: My SQL Server is setup to allow remote connections. What else could be causing this error on the server?

TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
Failed to retrieve data for this request. (Microsoft.SqlServer.SmoEnum)
For help, click:
Login timeout expired
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Apr 28, 2015

We have a system(32GB RAM and 2 TB hard disk, Windows7,SQL SERVER 2008R2 enterprise 64 bit). Looks like whenever i run some query(even query result 50 records) on the database, the Memory utilization is very high(30 GB) in task manager. How can i control this over usage? The memory setting is default in server properties(min 0 and max 2147483647).

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We are migrating the SQL Server database from 2000 to 2012 and part of this exercise we are migrating the DTS Package to SSIS Package. we were unable to convert the password protected DTS Package to SSIS Package.  The DTS Package created in early 2000 and we don't have a password for the DTS Package. 

Is there a way to remove the password or read the content of the DTS Package?

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i got a error [OLE DB Destination [16]] Error: Failed to open a fastload rowset for "[dbo].[tempMaster]". Check that the object exists in the database.

i am creating and doping this table in beginning after insert/update i will drop this table but this is error.i am using sql server 2008R2

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i have a nightly job (SSIS Package) scheduled using MS. The package loads data from the OLTP db to the warehouse. The server has 256GB memory and out of which 211GB is free.

the job runs w/o any problems but some times it fails with the following error"DTS_E_OLEDBERROR. An OLE DB error has occurred. Error code: 0x80004005.

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An OLE DB record is available. Source: "Microsoft SQL Native Client" Hresult: 0x80004005 Description: "Violation of PRIMARY KEY constraint '<var>PrimaryKeyName</var>'. Cannot insert duplicate key in object '<var>TableName</var>'.".

When i researched this error i found out that its because of the memory issue. we have 222GB free memory and how come this is possible. Is there a way in the package or anywhere else where i can specify how much (percentage) of the memory that the SSIS package should use (something like SSRS threshold levelp).

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I want to open a excel file in script task and assigned the wraptext to one of the column. In the below code the final variable gives the path of the excel file. But i got the error at

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I have seen several problems posted where an SSIS package writes a file successfully when executed manually, but fails when executed via SQL Agent job..I have the opposite problem. I'll try to lay it out succinctly: SSIS writes to a file on a shared folder, specified as HostAShare, for example. I created the share and gave full control to Everyone (out of frustration).I'm working from HostA via RDP, connected to the DB on DBHost via SSMS.If I kick off a SQL Agent job that executes the package, it works fine. (SQL job is running under SQL Server Agent Service Account).If I execute the job interactively (logged in to SSMS with Windows Auth), it fails with "Error: Cannot open the datafile "HostASharefilename.ext""We did find that if I RDP directly to the DBHost, I am able to execute manually.Also, if I try executing an xp_command shell command to write a file to the share, it works. (When RDP's into HostA with an SSMS connection to DBHost under my windows domain auth, as above.)The problem is the same when I RDP to any remote host.

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For example:
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I have a package which has an Excel source with the 'Data access mode' set to SQL command and then a sql select statement.  When I try and hit the 'Preview...' button below the 'SQL command text' window I get the following error:

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The solution I chose was an 2014 SSIS package with source and destination as ADO.NET connections configured from project variables.  The package has a script task to bulk copy the data.  For performance I disable the non-clustered indexes first. 

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Ive just started getting this on a stable application thats used a datareader on millions of records.

Not sure where to got from here and I can't find anyone else whos getting the failure during the processing.

I could disable shared memory protocol but that seems extreme. I'm on Sql Enterprise 9.00.2047. Maybe the process is hammering the server very hard? Personally I've rarely ever seen SQL be the cause of an error, only user config, bad disks or power issues.

I'm running the app again with SQL Profiler capturing "standard" events.

Just need it to blow up again.

I can run the app on another machine of course and I wouldn't get Shared Memory Provider being used. Maybe I ought to do that as well. At least if the error is not really in the Shared Memory I'd have another avenue to explore.


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