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We have had an example of a crash with this assertion. The only reference I can find to this on the interweb comes from CR 447782 (in v10.0.1) where spurious cases of it were being reported. I'm opening a support case, but I wondered if anyone has come across it before?

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asked 30 Jul '15, 06:53

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Case ref 586955

(30 Jul '15, 09:08) Justin Willey
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How do I look up "Case ref 586955"?

(11 Aug '15, 11:00) Breck Carter
readme_10_0_1.txt     
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Created: Thursday, ‎April ‎26, ‎2007, ‏‎1:06:02 PM

SQL Anywhere 10.0.1 Release Notes for Windows and Netware

10.0.1 Behavior Changes and Critical Bug fixes

    ===============(Release Build  - Engineering Case #447782)===============

    The server could have reported spurious 104904 assertions ("latch count not 
    0 at end of request"). This would only have happened on multiprocessor machines. 
    A problem with the per-connection counters in question has been corrected.

(11 Aug '15, 11:11) Breck Carter
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