|Subject:||SQL2005 64bit DTSRun - Multiple instances|
|Posted by:||Neil Cudd (neil.cu…@blueyonder.co.uk)|
|Date:||Thu, 28 Oct 2010|
I've been wrestling with this for a while and hope someone can help.
I have 2 servers - one production, one test.
Both are Win 2003 R2 Std x64 SP2, SQL Server 2005 std 64bit SP3
The production server has multiple instances (5)
The test server has one instance.
They both have SQL 2005 Backward compatability and SQL 2000 DTS
On both servers I have 'migrated' a number of DTS packages by opening
the package in SQL 2000 (old server) and saving to the new 2005 64bit
On the test server I can run the DTS packages from the command line
On the production server, if I try to run packages on the named
instance I get :
cmd> DTSRUN /S <server>\<instance> /N "<package_name>" /E
Error: -2147467259 (80004005); Provider Error: 17 (11)
Error string: [DBNETLIB][ConnectionOpen (Connect()).]SQL Server
does not exist or access denied.
Error source: Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server
Help context: 0
On the test server I can run packages.
On the production server, if I specify the test server in the DTSrun
command, then the package runs.
When I installed the 5 instances, the first being default, I did not
specify specific ports. So the default instance is running 1433, the
rest are dynamic. There are no firewalls involved and all clients are
on the same domain so I didn't consider it an issue.
The test instance of course is default 1433.
So, maybe I've answered this myself, but it's late and I'm looking for
affirmation or something.
Are dynamic ports my problem ?
and if they are,
Will changing to specific ports upset the current client base - ie,
cause connection issues ?
Any advice gratefully recieved.