Teradata SQL Error and Failure Codes from Error 3999 To 5009

3999 The select request violates a cursor restriction.
Explanation: This is only a warning. The request was meant to be an updatable cursor select but violated at least one of
the updatable cursor restrictions. The request was processed but is not recognized as a valid updatable cursor request.
Generated By: Opt modules
For Whom: End User
Remedy: Change the select request so that it doesn’t violate any of the updatable cursor restrictions and resubmit it.

5001 The file system context block is invalid.
Explanation: The file system context block was not in an appropriate state to allow for execution of the routine.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a Data Base System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5002 A read error was detected.
Explanation: An attempt to access a data block was unsuccessful because the disk read generated an error. This error is
only returned if ReturnOnReadError was set to true by the DBS caller in the file system context block passed to this routine.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This usually indicates a hardware problem.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5003 A deadlock has been detected.
Explanation: A data modify operation attempted to set a write lock on a data block or a data read operation attempted
to set a read lock on a data block and the task already had that data block write locked. That is, there is already an active
row insert or row update context due to a prior call to either RowInsIn or RowUpdIn. File system calls are allowed during
the interval between a RowInsIn/RowUpdIn call and the subsequent RowInsFi/RowUpdFi call as long as the same data
block is not accessed. For practical DBS purposes, this means no operation on the same subtable.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a Database software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5004 The CI for a newly allocated cylinder is bad.
Explanation: The first attempt to allocate space for a data block on a freshly allocated cylinder failed.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a File System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5005 A duplicate row-id has been detected.
Explanation: An attempt was made to insert a row into a subtable where the row ID of the row to be inserted is identical
to that of a preexisting row.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a File System or Data Base System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5006 The end of a locked hash code range has been reached.
Explanation: The end of a locked hash code range has been reached by TabRBlks.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a Data Base System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5007 No more rows exist in the requested range.
Explanation: A row matching the specified criteria could not be found. When reading the first or last row of a subtable,
this return means that no rows exist in the specified subtable. When reading the first or last row with a particular hash
code, it means that no rows of that hash exist within the subtable. When returned on a full row ID read, it means no row
with that fully specified row ID exists within the subtable. When returned from row-read-next or row-read-previous routines,
it means that the specified termination condition has been reached.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a File System or Data Base System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5008 An internal parameter was incorrect.
Explanation: A passed parameter was incorrect.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a File System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5009 An internal parameter was incorrect.
Explanation: A passed parameter was incorrect.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a File System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

Above are list of Teradata Errors or Failure Codes from Error 3999 To 5009 received while performing certain operation against Teradata Database or related products.

What are Teradata Database Errors?

In general, each Teradata error message contains the following information:
• The message number.
• The message text. This text is usually returned with the message number. Some messages employ word substitution, where the word substituted represents the system-replacement of a term more specific to the occurrence.
• An explanation of how the error may have occurred.
• Generated-by text that indicates the software module which initiated the message. This field serves a diagnostic purpose for support and development personnel.
• A remedy which suggests how to resolve the condition.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
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