I come from Singapore but find myself now living and working in the Netherlands, specialising in SMS 2003 / Configmgr 2007. I enjoy working and connecting people with computers and I hope I can share as much information as I can here through this blog.
“Computers do not just work like that, at the press of a button. From the moment a computer is switched on in your office, magic happens. That’s why you need an IT department and they do more than crawling under your desk to plug in that wire you kicked out.”
It's friday, a new weekend beckons and I'll end the work week with this rather hilarious one.
A CATASTROPHIC failure.
Dictionary.com defines catastrophe as the following:
1. a sudden and widespread disaster: the catastrophe of war. 2. any misfortune, mishap, or failure; fiasco: The play was so poor our whole evening was a catastrophe. 3. a final event or conclusion, usually an unfortunate one; a disastrous end: the great catastrophe of the Old South at Appomattox. 4. (in a drama) the point at which the circumstances overcome the central motive, introducing the close or conclusion; dénouement. 5. Geology . a sudden, violent disturbance, esp. of a part of the surface of the earth; cataclysm. 6. Also called catastrophe function. Mathematics . any of the mathematical functions that describe the discontinuities that are treated in catastrophe theory.
Ok, this is not the end of the world for your SCCM infrastructure - A restart of the SQL Reporting Point Service on the Central Reporting Site will often solve the memory error issue. :)