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Host's capacity exceeded by duplicate users

Question asked by AdamSnyder_1 on Oct 4, 2016
Latest reply on Oct 8, 2016 by philmodjunk

Twice in the past 2 days our server has needed a reboot due to people getting the error "The host's capacity was exceeded, try again later."  Our server is set to 250 connections max, and we have no where near that many happening a once.


When I look at the admin console, I see that each user is duplicated several times.  Activity monitor is showing fmserverd is using up 100% of it's thread.  I disconnected all clients and closed all databases before rebooting, but on restart the log still showed that the files weren't closed properly, and needed consistency checks.


Unfortunately, our ISP is wireless.  Our internet comes from a big antenna on the roof of our warehouse.  We're getting a hard line in a couple months, but they had to trench and lay conduit, etc.  We've been hosting the server via the wifi connection for over a year so far and have had this problem intermittently. 


Is our wireless ISP to blame? 


Is there something I can configure in FM server to prevent this?


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