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heidi_n's avatar
Regular Contributor
8 years ago

Test Execute "Not enough storage is available to process this command"?

When running overnight in CMD, my tests are all failing and getting a -1 error and this keeps popping up...


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Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: TestExecute.exe
Application Version: 11.31.2420.11
Application Timestamp: 2a425e19
Fault Module Name: aqReporter.dll
Fault Module Version: 2.0.386.5
Fault Module Timestamp: 56d462af
Exception Code: 0eedfade
Exception Offset: 0003cab8
OS Version: 6.3.9600.
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: ca35
Additional Information 2: ca3516badc6d822f66e36191d912211f
Additional Information 3: 11f9
Additional Information 4: 11f950636fd8461f06e950d5c5c3789c

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I have 12 GB of RAM



I have 4.75 GB free storage space out of 109 GB.



Does anyone know how to fix this?

3 Replies

  • Ryan_Moran's avatar
    Valued Contributor

    It's possible your logs are exceeding the 4.7 GB of available drive space that you have. A lot of images (especially on a test that runs overnight) can exceed that amount of space.

    Try freeing up more drive space, reducing your log size,  etc..

  • Ravik's avatar
    Super Contributor

    Refer this to enabled or disabled Test Visualizer that captures images



    TestComplete includes Test Visualizer that captures images of your tested application for each UI action performed during test recording and playback. These screenshots help you better understand the test flow and analyze the test run sessions. However, it takes additional time to capture images, which decreases the overall test execution speed. Moreover, captured images may occupy a lot of disk space, especially if you run large tests that include lots of UI actions or if Test Visualizer is configured to capture the entire desktop. So, disabling Test Visualizer may increase the speed of your tests and allows you to save the hard disk space.

    • Colin_McCrae's avatar
      Community Hero

      ^^^ as they have said, sounds like you need to sort your logging or make more space available on that machine.


      In the crash report:


      "Fault Module Name: aqReporter.dll"


      I presume aqReporter.dll is the loggin component? Sounds like it.