Troubleshooting Sybase Error Code from Error 20364 to 20378

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Sybase Error Code 20364
Sybase SQL Code –1006126L
The File access and MVBIO access do not match %1
Sybase Error Code 20365
Sybase SQL Code –1006127L
The File is out of space. File: %2 %1
Sybase Error Code 20366
Sybase SQL Code –1006128L
Invalid File Access argument. %1
Sybase Error Code 20367
Sybase SQL Code –1006129L
An I/O error has occured on this object.

Sybase Error Code 20368
Sybase SQL Code –1006130L
Object not open for file %2 %1
Sybase Error Code 20369
Sybase SQL Code –1006131L
OS error reported on file: %2 . OS error: %3 %1
Sybase Error Code 20370
Sybase SQL Code –1006132L
. OS error:
Sybase Error Code 20371
Sybase SQL Code –1006133L
File does not exist. File: %2 %1
Sybase Error Code 20372
Sybase SQL Code –1006134L
Invalid filename: %2. ‘::’ is not allowed in the filename for this statement. %1

Sybase Error Code 20373
Sybase SQL Code –1006135L
Attempt to use object after EOF on file %2 %1
Sybase Error Code 20374
Sybase SQL Code –1006136L
The file is/will be too big
Sybase Error Code 20375
Sybase SQL Code –1006137L
Operation failed on file, user not owner. File: %2 %1
Sybase Error Code 20376
Sybase SQL Code –1006138L
No such process %2 %1
Sybase Error Code 20377
Sybase SQL Code –1006139L
Operation on file interrupted by user. File: %2 %1
Sybase Error Code 20378
Sybase SQL Code –1006140L
I/O Error on file %2 %1

Above are list of Sybase Error Code Messages from Error Code 20364 to 20378 received while performing certain operation against Sybase Database or related products.

What are Sybase Error Codes?

Sybase error codes are a set of error codes for use by all Sybase products, including Adaptive Server Enterprise. For every Sybase error code returned by Sybase IQ, there is a pair of matching Sybase IQ error codes (SQLCODE and SQLSTATE). In many cases Sybase IQ error codes offer a finer level of granularity than their Sybase error code counterparts, thus some Sybase error codes in the following table are non-unique.

Many of the errors contain the characters %1, %2 and so on. These are replaced by the parameters to the error message.

Hope this was helpful.

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SQLServerF1 Team
Information about Sybase Error Code Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.

 

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