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What was the error?

Message Number: 1109

Message Severity: Error (Corrective action is required to continue)

Message Name: ARS1109E

Message Text: Unable to allocate enough memory. File=X, Line=Y


ARS1109E Unable to allocate enough memory. File=CustomerStatements.CreditCard.20190101

What were you doing?

You were trying to load a file into Content Manager OnDemand using the arsload utility.

What happened?

During the load process, the arssockd process wasn't able to allocate enough memory to load the file. The load fails, and the file may need to be unloaded with the arsadmin utility.


On UNIX platforms, accounts on the server have limits associated with them, which can be managed by the 'ulimit' command. You can see the limits that are in effect with the ulimit -a command. For production CMOD servers, the user account that runs the arssockd command should have very high limits, or be set to unlimited. Your system administrator can change the limits assigned to the account by editing the /etc/security/limits.

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