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From: Lin Xiujian <xlin at hsbc dot co dot jp>
Subject: Open Client Error
Date: Oct 23 2001 7:19PM

A sybperl application sometimes encountered the following errors. The
problem doesn't recur all the time. We are running the application on
Redhat7.1 with Sbyperl 2.13, sybase-openclient-11.1.1 connecting to ASE11.5
on NT.
Could anyone please advise what the cause could be?

Thanks & Regards,



Open Client Message:
Message number: LAYER = (5) ORIGIN = (3) SEVERITY = (5) NUMBER = (6)
Message String: ct_results():network packet layer:internal net library
error: net-lib protocol driver call to read data failed
Operating System Error: Socket recv failed - errno 110

Open Client Message:
Message number: LAYER = (1) ORIGIN = (1) SEVERITY = (1) NUMBER = (50)
Message String: ct_command(): user api layer: external error: The
connection has been marked dead.

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