Clients to Monitor Server might receive messages stating that no more connections to Monitor Server are possible. When this occurs, try the following resolutions:
Close other connections. Users who receive the connection messages might have multiple client connections opened. They should close other unneeded connections before making a new connection.
Increase the number of connections permitted. The number of connections allowed to Monitor Server is controlled by the -n parameter to the Monitor Server start-up command. Increasing this parameter value allows more client connections. The default value is five. The maximum value is 20.
Change the starting address of the Adaptive Server shared memory region. Use this solution if the connection messages occur before the maximum number of connections is reached. In this case, the current configuration does not allow enough memory to support the number of connections requested. To remedy this problem, reconfigure the Adaptive Server being monitored to start its shared memory region at a higher virtual address. Increase the address by 50K per additional connection required.