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p_ksahoo Absent Member.
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Silk test workbench executable automatically closing after running it

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Hi Everybody,

 

I am using Silk test workbench 14.0 licienced version  from last 4 month.

Today i recived some message like : Cmemory is full. Then i restart my system and it start working for another 4 hour.

 

Now it is automaticlly closing without any message after my run start.

 

Could you please anyone suggest any clue?

 

Thanks,

Prasanat

 

 

 

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RE: Silk test workbench executable automatically closing after running it

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Hello Prasana

It looks as though you may have reached your database size limit.  Are you using Access as your database?  Note, the size limit is 2GB.  

If this is the case can you purge some of your unneeded assets using "File | Purge Asset versions".  This should free up some space.

Then it would be advised to migrate your database to SQL Server.

Mark

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RE: Silk test workbench executable automatically closing after running it

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Can you copy the exact message here (copy/paste from the messagebox), that way we can try to find out what is going on.

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RE: Silk test workbench executable automatically closing after running it

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Hello Prasana

It looks as though you may have reached your database size limit.  Are you using Access as your database?  Note, the size limit is 2GB.  

If this is the case can you purge some of your unneeded assets using "File | Purge Asset versions".  This should free up some space.

Then it would be advised to migrate your database to SQL Server.

Mark

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chongSilk2013 Absent Member.
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As Mark said purge will free up some space.

There are 3 choices for the future:

1. The access database has 2GB max limit. Create new access database for each of your project instead of sharing one access database with all projects.

2. SQL server EXPRESS free version has 10GB limit.

3. SQL server has no size limit. But this is licensed, not free.

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p_ksahoo Absent Member.
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Thanks for your replay.

I will try to do all these option and come back if i will have same problem.

Thanks,

Prasanta

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I you do purge assets from the database make sure you also compact the database file using the database maintenance program otherwise the Access database may not free up the deleted records.

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p_ksahoo Absent Member.
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Thanks for you help. I got issue. Now i want change my database from Access to SQL server . Please let me know the process from installation of SQL server  to add it for Silk test to use.

Thanks,

Prasanta

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Thanks for your quick response!

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