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Hello,

  1. What is the maximum number of allowed connections to a server? The documentation doesn't seem to mention this.
  2. Does this change if the server is part of a mirror/high availability group?

Thank you.

asked 12 Feb '18, 23:24

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AFAIK, for a network server (dbrsvX.exe), the limit is based on the license model and is limited only for the per-seat model.

When using the per-seat model, I would assume the connection do count for the current primary server (unless you also have read-only connections to the mirror server).

Confine that FAQ.

(13 Feb '18, 01:32) Volker Barth
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Hi Volker,

As I understand it, a network "core" license places no limit on the number of user connections but since a connected user can generate multiple connections I am wondering if there is some "technical" limit imposed by the server (or is it "unpredictable" in that it is based on, say available RAM?).

Thanks.

(13 Feb '18, 13:54) AlK

For a core license, that is unlimited AFAIK. As to memory constraints, see Mark's answer to this FAQ.

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answered 13 Feb '18, 14:20

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Thanks for the link Volker!

(13 Feb '18, 14:51) AlK
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