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Subj:   Re: Connection reset by peer
 
From:   Anomy Anom

<-- Anonymously Posted: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 11:18 -->

The "connection reset by peer" is not a database or even a driver message. It's the TCP/IP stack saying "no one is listening". Typically it means the client either ignored or never received the real error.

For example, if you have some sort of "idle timeout" in place and the user is slow in responding to a prompt, when they finally do respond it may be too late. If someone / some process is doing ABORT SESSION in Teradata, that should be in the streams or event log. Just remember that the abort likely happens some amount of time prior to the RST being received by the client.



     
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