Error: “Database engine timed out while serving the connection”

Error: “Database engine timed out while serving the connection”

Support Team Asked on December 28, 2017 in Sage.
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    Option I:

    1. Configure firewall and/or antivirus to allow/exclude Sage 50 Accounting and MySQL database. For file names and locations that need to be allowed.
    2. Open the connection manager and set the following in the Advanced Database Settings section:
      • Memory buffer size (in MB): 128
      • Number of connection attempts: 6
    3. Downgrade the MySQL ODBC connector from 3.51.28 to 3.51.19.
      • If you cannot find the MySQL ODBC connector under Control Panel, Program and Features, uninstall and reinstall Sage 50.
    4. Reboot the computer.
    5. Try to re-open Sage 50.
    6. Open the sample company. If the “Database engine timed out” error occurs again, reinstall Sage 50 Accounting with the antivirus and firewall disabled.

    Option II:

    If 2013 opens and 2014 generates errors, the local host has been corrupted.

    Option III:

    1. Open the Windows Task Manager
    2. Verify that the CPU and Memory usage is not at 100% 
    3. If usage is at 100%.

    Source: Sage Community forums.

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    Support Team Answered on December 28, 2017.
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