Error 15084



Message text

The OAM has no room for new inserts. Run DBCC %s FIX on objid %d indid %d.


This is an informative message (not an error) printed while running dbcc checkalloc, dbcc tablealloc, dbcc indexalloc, or dbcc textalloc. This message prints when the task finds an object allocation map (OAM) page that less than the internally defined threshold value for free insert space. Normally the Adaptive Server OAM manager verifies that there is enough space for a new OAM entry. If this fail, a new OAM page is allocated andlinked to the existing OAM pages. At the same time, there might be some unnecessary entries (see “Error 15082”) on the OAM page that can be reclaimed by running the any of the above dbcc commands with fix option.


Run dbcc checkalloc, dbcc tablealloc, dbcc indexalloc, or dbcc textalloc with the fix option to remove unnecessary entries from the OAM page. The fix option reclaims space in the OAM page to store new OAM entries. This is not a severe error, just a warning that conditions may lead to error 1127 on this object. See “Error 1127” for more information.

Additional information

For more information about OAM pages, refer to “Understanding Page and Object Allocation Concepts” in the System Administration Guide: Volume 2.

Versions in which this error is raised

Version 12.5.4 and later