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I'm having an issue where an application (MS Nav 2015) invoked query (Select) on occasion is receiving a login timeout. This issue happen sporadically, and the query itself is run at 15 minute intervals throughout the day without issue. The remote login timeout was set at 10 seconds, which I have reconfigured to 35 seconds. However, I'm curious as to why login timeouts occur in completely random intervals. Error Message : DS-Log-Live, D-Plan All Day Automated JAS response processing., A call to ADODB.ConnectionClass.Execute failed with this message: OLE DB provider "SQLNCLI11" for linked server "S-FEN-SQLHYP-03" returned message "Login timeout expired".

  • Need more information. How is your linked server configured? Are you using Windows or SQL authentication. How are you diagnosing this as a login timeout rather than a query timeout? – Peter May 10 '18 at 9:39
  • Hi @Peter, Login Timeout appears in the error message, authentication across both servers allows for mixed but the application is running based on windows authentication. – Krishn May 10 '18 at 9:47
  • If you look at the error log on the instance that your linked server connection is sending your query to, does it describe a login failure or does the failure message come from the other instance? – Peter May 10 '18 at 9:49
  • Hi @Peter, this was one of my initial checks, neither server had a login timeout error message in their logs – Krishn May 10 '18 at 10:00
  • Are you able to show the code the app uses that does the select statement as that may offer a clue potentially if it's something deeper in the code like a wait or something? Maybe it would help so just a quick suggestion because otherwise a timeout can happen for way too many reasons from load on the network, the client, the server, and so on. Perhaps the code will offer some clue but if you are able to find any commonalities such as between 1PM-2PM most the time and so forth, running Wireshark traces could help too maybe. JUst some quick ideas for you. – Pimp Juice IT May 10 '18 at 11:56

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