The qvw is located on a network drive for fail-over purposes. We get this error occasionally after "Reload finished successfully" and "start saving document".
it is a QVD generator so it is small .. < 1MB. The failure is after the QVDs are written.
The reload is done by QV Publisher 11.2 SR 8
Disk is not full no. Also the QVDs is created on the same disk seconds before the QVW cannot be saved. The failure is in the same place every +/- 1 in 10 times the reload executes.
This also doesn't feel like Virus software given the above?
This is a Windows error.
I don't know about a definitive solution but you could try one of the MSDN suggestions, like in: Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service. (not related to Kernell)
The following is valid from version 11.0 SR2:
Before saving the qvw file there is a check to make sure there is room on disc.
The size is configurable in the config file for the Distribution Service.
<!-- Setting to check for amount of availible disc space before saving task as successful -->
<add key="FileSizeInMbToCheckForFullDisc" value="20" />
Does this mean that at that moment the OS is telling QlikView that there is less that 20MB available on the disk it will save QVW to?
Is this is a common occurrence when using network shares to store the QVWs? Should we set the value to 0 as a test or can that cause a more serious crash?
The disc check is actually performed on the folder where you have your source document (since it at this stage needs to temporarily store the reloaded document). Networks shared are common for source documents. What type of network share is this? QlikView only supports real Windows shares.
You should be able to set down to 0 for test purposes without other issues (not recommended in final production environment). However the check will still be performed (but with minimal size).
Hope this helps
I noticed now that you stated it is a QVD Creation task right.
Then the folder it will check is a temp folder under the Distribution Service application data folder, default would be something like: