I matched the one generated by BCP and added the following " " to the end of the file, tested my format file and it worked perfectly. For example, you may need to restore and the restore may not be able to acquire the same physical layout. NTFS compression is known to use more mapping pairs. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. check over here
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Forgot your password? http://www.sql-server-performance.com/forum/threads/io-error-while-reading-bcp-format-file.19072/ You cannot delete your own events. I/o Error While Writing Bcp Data-file Save the format file. ie ( Format and data file match in terms of number fo columns , order, type etc)When i try to run BCP ( from a batch file) i get an error like below"SQLState = S1000, NativeError = 0Error = [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]I/O error while reading BCP format file"DO i need to create a view and then insert in to that?..
You cannot edit your own posts. check my blog it was workin for sometime..it copied these two rows as well...but again its givin me this error again n again...i cant understand...wat m i suppose to do now...PLEASEEEEE TRY TO HELPPPP thnks in advance Reply With Quote 09-21-05,04:22 #5 Enigma View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage The SQL Apostle Join Date Jul 2003 Location The Dark Planet Posts 1,401 Can you post the exact error ? SQLState = S1000, NativeError = 0 Error = [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10.0]I/O error while writing BCP data-file After reproducing it in the lab and debugging it I found the problem to be the file system limitation (FILE SYSTEM LIMITATION = 665) during the WriteFile call. (I did file work items with the SQL Server development team to surface more error details so we don't have to troubleshoot with the debugger in the future.) Tracking down the source of the problem it was the physical, disk cluster allocations and the way NTFS tracks allocations for an individual file. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Microsoft SQL Server Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Non-SQL Forums MongoDB Database Server Software Adabas DB2 Informix Microsoft SQL Server MySQL Oracle Pervasive.SQL PostgreSQL Sybase Other Data Access, Manipulation & Batch Languages ASP Crystal Reports Delphi, C etc JAVA Perl and the DBI PHP ANSI SQL Unix Shell Scripts Visual Basic PC based Database Applications Brilliant Database Corel Paradox FileMaker Microsoft Access Microsoft Excel Other PC Databases General New Members & Introductions Applications & Tools Database Concepts & Design Chit Chat Marketplace Job Opportunities Suggestions & Feedback Links to other iNet owned sites web development forum Web Hosting Talk « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are On [IMG] code is Off [VIDEO] code is Off HTML code is Off Forum Rules Login Log in with your username and password Remember Me?
Has my employer breached my confidentially? You cannot delete your own topics. Get yourself a copy of the The Holy Book order has no physical Brett in The meaning of a Kaiser . -database data Reply With Quote 09-21-05,05:19 #6 cutiepie View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Sep 2005 Posts 20 hi, the error was just that I\O error while reading the BCP file format...but now finally its over since i had to press enter twice...after the last row in the format file...just some empty rows in the format files had solved my problem thnks. http://orgias.org/i-o-error/i-o-error-reading-keystore-truststore-file-invalid-keystore-format.html Avoid auto-grow activities that could lead to numerous fragments but do not pick a growth size for the LDFs that can lead to concurrency issues during the growth.
Total sent: 72000 1000 rows sent to SQL Server. You cannot delete your own posts. Posts are provided by the CSS SQL Escalation Services team.
Not only is the ATTRIBUTE ENTRY LIST larger so too are the allocations for the MAPPING PAIRs. Total sent: 71000 1000 rows sent to SQL Server. You cannot edit your own events. Total sent: 81000 1000 rows sent to SQL Server.
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