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- Appendix D: Troubleshooting
- Troubleshooting: SQL Compare cannot run for unsupported version
- Troubleshooting: Applying upgrade cannot run for unsupported version
- Troubleshooting: Some data files are missing from the Upgrade Utility package
- Troubleshooting: The Upgrade Utility appears to stop responding
- Troubleshooting: The client session was terminated during an upgrade
- Troubleshooting: Unexpected errors during an upgrade
- Troubleshooting: Upgrade failed with a "Not enough shared memory available" error
- Troubleshooting: Database transaction log full
- Troubleshooting: Integrations do not work after an application upgrade
- Troubleshooting: Automatic merge fails
- Troubleshooting: Unable to open and view the upgrade results after upgrade
- Troubleshooting: Unable to submit service items in SRC
- Troubleshooting: Avoid copying full table copy when Unique/Primary key is updated
Troubleshooting: Upgrade failed with a "Not enough shared memory available" error
The upgrade process ended abruptly when you were applying an upgrade, and the following error message was logged into the sm.log file:
E big_alloc: Not enough shared memory available to allocate <number> bytes
Restore the database to the latest pre-upgrade state, increase the size of the shared memory (see Step 3: Perform preparatory tasks), and then restart the upgrade.