Problems Connecting To TFS05

Dec 16, 2007 at 7:04 PM
I am having problems connecting to tfs05 in Teamprise. tfs03 is working as normal, however. Here is the error from testing the connection.

SOAPFault detected in connection check:
TF30291: There was a problem on the server of unknown cause. See the Team Foundation Server event log for details. Time: 2007-12-16T12:01:53:137 ---> TF30042: The database is full. Contact your Team Foundation Server administrator.
ProtocolException detected in direct url check:
Server redirected too many times (20)
No port was passed in the connection URL. By default Team Foundation Server is installed on port 8080, therefore your connection URL would look like the following:

http://tfs05.codeplex.com:8080.

Please check that your connection URL is correct.

Exception detected in server url check:
The host "tfs05.codeplex.com" did not respond in a timely manner
Dec 16, 2007 at 7:37 PM

jsedlak wrote:
I am having problems connecting to tfs05 in Teamprise. tfs03 is working as normal, however. Here is the error from testing the connection.

SOAPFault detected in connection check:
TF30291: There was a problem on the server of unknown cause. See the Team Foundation Server event log for details. Time: 2007-12-16T12:01:53:137 ---> TF30042: The database is full. Contact your Team Foundation Server administrator.
ProtocolException detected in direct url check:
Server redirected too many times (20)
No port was passed in the connection URL. By default Team Foundation Server is installed on port 8080, therefore your connection URL would look like the following:

http://tfs05.codeplex.com:8080.

Please check that your connection URL is correct.

Exception detected in server url check:
The host "tfs05.codeplex.com" did not respond in a timely manner



I got the same error but posted the info over in the svnbridge discussion group: http://www.codeplex.com/SvnBridge/Thread/View.aspx?ThreadId=19232

I guess this is a simple operations matter:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms400776(VS.80).aspx#DataTierOutOfSpace

sigh...
Dec 17, 2007 at 4:27 AM
This issue has been corrected. Sorry about the trouble.