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[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Login timeout expired


[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Login timeout expired

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hi everyone! i am a student working with SQL SERVER 2008R2 on windows 8 64-bit os.. from a month i am facing this error whenevr i try to login after 6:30 p.m. this creates a great mess for me.. as i can't do any work after this error..please help me.. its urgent as i am pissed off with this error.i am using SQLServer authentication mode..i even tried to change the connection timeout and running as an administrator..but no improvement-error remains the same

Microsoft SQLServer Login //this is the title of the dialog box

Connection Failed:
SQLState:'HYT00'
SQL Server Error:0
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Login timeout expired

i have come to this forum with great hope..i want to get rid off with this error..PLEASE help me!!!!!!!!!
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It only happens after 6:30pm? Do you have other applications running at that time? Do you have login triggers? I take it that at other times of the day everything is fine?

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Do you only get this error after 6:30 pm? Are you a member of sysadmin on the server? If you are, there should be no reason you can't get on. If you're not, speak to the administrator of the server. Alternatively, it may be something that doesn't have anything to do with SQL Server, such as a problem (or planned outage) on the network. Can you even ping the server when you get that message?

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Ask your network people to see if they can find anything big going across at that time.
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yes it happens only after 6:30 pm. i don't have any other login trigger...i don't run any other application at that time......
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John Mitchell-245523 (9/3/2013)
Do you only get this error after 6:30 pm? Are you a member of sysadmin on the server? If you are, there should be no reason you can't get on. If you're not, speak to the administrator of the server. Alternatively, it may be something that doesn't have anything to do with SQL Server, such as a problem (or planned outage) on the network. Can you even ping the server when you get that message?

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yes it only occurs after 6:30 pm.. i am admin myself... ping command is not recognized on my cmd as i have set its path according to java..n i even don't know the exact syntax to run the ping command..
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lptech (9/3/2013)
Ask your network people to see if they can find anything big going across at that time.


which network people?? i am not getting your point..please explain.
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Sean Lange (9/3/2013)
It only happens after 6:30pm? Do you have other applications running at that time? Do you have login triggers? I take it that at other times of the day everything is fine?



yes it happens only after 6:30 pm. i don't have any other login trigger...i don't run any other application at that time......
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ritika rishi (9/4/2013)
John Mitchell-245523 (9/3/2013)
Do you only get this error after 6:30 pm? Are you a member of sysadmin on the server? If you are, there should be no reason you can't get on. If you're not, speak to the administrator of the server. Alternatively, it may be something that doesn't have anything to do with SQL Server, such as a problem (or planned outage) on the network. Can you even ping the server when you get that message?

John


yes it only occurs after 6:30 pm.. i am admin myself... ping command is not recognized on my cmd as i have set its path according to java..n i even don't know the exact syntax to run the ping command..


the syntax is pretty straight forward.


ping [servername or ip]



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There has to be something going on. SQL won't just arbitrarily decide to deny connections after 6:30pm because it is done working for the day. There has to be something happening. About all we can do from here is offer some suggestions about what to look for. Dig through the server logs and sql logs. See if there is a large amount of activity at that time. Maybe there is a sql job or a windows scheduled task? I am just throwing out ideas here...

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