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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default Arithmetic overflow

    Hello-<BR><BR>I have a few procedures written in t-sql (6.5) that have been in use for at least a few years. All of a sudden I am getting Arithmetic overflow errors. I don&#039;t know how to troubleshoot this error. Any info on where to look is greatly appreciated...

  2. #2
    Jeremy_D Guest

    Default RE: Arithmetic overflow

    If you don&#039;t post any of the offending code, this is a hard question to answer. Do you happen to have databases around that went over about 6.5 GigaByte lately? There are some system stored procedures that have a calculation which causes an arithmetic overflow when counting the number of extends such a large database occupies.<BR><BR>Jeremy_D<BR>

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