Q: After I published a network dataset with SuperMap iServer, SuperMap iServer stop automatically, and fail to restart. What is the reason and how to solve it?

A: This is mainly due to the excessive memory occupied by SuperMap iServer after publishing the network dataset. This usually happens under the 32 bits version of SuperMap iServer. Change the SuperMap iServer into 64 bits version would solve this problem.This is mainly due to the excessive memory occupied by SuperMap iServer after publishing the network dataset. This usually happens under the 32 bits version of SuperMap iServer. Change the SuperMap iServer into 64 bits version would solve this problem.

02 July,2019
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