Well, that is my guess too.
When we were planning the upgrade we asked our VAR if we needed to build a 32 bit Linux server and were told that UD 7.2 would work just fine on 64 bit Linux.

So how can I connect to a SQL Server or Oracle database from UD and read data from it if BCI only works on a 32 bit OS?
Is there maybe another ODBC driver that will work?



On 23/05/2013 17:31, Daniel McGrath wrote:
I've checked our system and have no previous reports of this error.

Since our Linux versions are 32-bit and it seems you are running 64-bit Linux, 
combined with the negative number, I would hazard a guess this is some 32-bit 
on a 64-bit machine related problem.

Regards,
Dan

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Subject: [U2] Unidata BCI error

Unidata 7.2 on Redhat 6.2 64.
I got our Sysadmin to install ODBC on our UD server today so I can try to use 
BCI to access data on SQL Server 2008 R2 directly.
After some experimenting we finally got the ODBC part going and can connect to 
the right database from the command line.
He relinked the shared library as stated in the documentation and CONNECT now 
seems to establish a connection to the server.
But then it falls over with this message:
In /usr/ud72/sys/CTLG/c/CONNECT at line 441 insufficient memory, requested size 
= -2074363.
and drops back to a Linux prompt.
The number is always different but always a negative one.
Any clues what may be wrong?

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