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When you run a query on an instance of SQL Server 7.0 on a computer that has SQL Server 7.0 Service Pack 4 installed, you may notice an error message that is similar to the following in the SQL Server error log:
2002-09-21 01:05:34.52 ods Error: 17803, Severity: 17, State: 142002-09-21 01:05:34.52 ods Insufficient memory available..2002-09-21 01:06:11.16 ods The Scheduler 0 appears to be hung. PSS 0x00000000, EC 0x00000000, UMS Context 0x01925C28
Also, you may notice an access violation with a stack dump that is similar to the following in the SQL Server error log:
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