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Netware 6.0 ABEND when restarting web server

When I update the Enterprise Web server one of my servers goes int ABEND
and shuts down the running process. I do not get a total shut down. In the
ABEND logs I get the following:

Server FS3_MASTER halted Monday, 1 August 2005 12:02:26.892 pm
Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.60.05: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code
00000000)

Registers:
CS = 0060 DS = 007B ES = 007B FS = 007B GS = 007B SS = 0068
EAX = 00000000 EBX = 7FFFFFD1 ECX = FFFFFFFF EDX = 0000002E
ESI = 00000000 EDI = 00000000 EBP = 97C21DFF ESP = 973FA350
EIP = 82A37A7A FLAGS = 00010246
82A37A7A F2AE REPNE SCASB
EIP in CLIB.NLM at code start +00004A7Ah
Access Location: 0x00000000

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
82A37A7A F2AE REPNE SCASB
82A37A7C F7D1 NOT ECX
82A37A7E 49 DEC ECX
82A37A7F 8B442408 MOV EAX,[ESP+08]
82A37A83 01C8 ADD EAX,ECX
82A37A85 8944240C MOV [ESP+0C],EAX
82A37A89 E926F1FFFF JMP 82A36BB4
82A37A8E 8B442408 MOV EAX,[ESP+08]
82A37A92 8A00 MOV AL,[EAX]
82A37A94 8B742408 MOV ESI,[ESP+08]



Running process: commit CGI 4 Process
Thread Owned by NLM: COMMIT.NLM
Stack pointer: 973FA57C
OS Stack limit: 973EB160
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 3030070 Yielded CPU
Stack: --973FA4E0 ?
--91BD106E ?
--00000000 ?
--973FA4EC ?
--91BD1040 ?
--973FA4F4 ?
--91BD104A ?
-97C1E782 (COMMIT.NLM|_pr_cpuQ+1F4A)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--7FFFFFD1 ?
--0000002E ?
--00000000 ?
--7FFFFFC2 ?
--0000003D ?

Can Someone help as I need to configure my server to search documents.

Tony
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Re: Netware 6.0 ABEND when restarting web server

The problem is caused by COMMIT.NLM, which I don't recognize - I'm sure
it's not a Novell module. You'll need to contact the vendor that
supplies that module.
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Re: Netware 6.0 ABEND when restarting web server

> The problem is caused by COMMIT.NLM, which I don't recognize - I'm sure
> it's not a Novell module. You'll need to contact the vendor that
> supplies that module.
> --
> Andrew C Taubman
> Novell Support Forums Volunteer SysOp
> http://support.novell.com/forums
> (Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail)
>
> Opinions expressed above are not
> necessarily those of Novell Inc.

These are raw novell servers no additional software has been installed.
This only happens when changes are made to the enterprise web server from
novell. It looks as though Commit.NLM which is supplied with the default
install is causing the problem.
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Re: Netware 6.0 ABEND when restarting web server

anthony.marston@uk.fujitsu.com wrote:

> > The problem is caused by COMMIT.NLM, which I don't recognize - I'm
> > sure it's not a Novell module.


> These are raw novell servers no additional software has been
> installed.


As Andrew already said, and as http://support.novell.com/filefinder has
zero hits for commit.nlm it will be a third party nlm.


modules commit.nlm


at your server's console might help to find the vendor.



Regards, Rudi.
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Re: Netware 6.0 ABEND when restarting web server

> anthony.marston@uk.fujitsu.com wrote:
>
> > > The problem is caused by COMMIT.NLM, which I don't recognize - I'm
> > > sure it's not a Novell module.

>
> > These are raw novell servers no additional software has been
> > installed.

>
> As Andrew already said, and as http://support.novell.com/filefinder has
> zero hits for commit.nlm it will be a third party nlm.
>
>
> modules commit.nlm
>
>
> at your server's console might help to find the vendor.
>
>
>
> Regards, Rudi.


Thanks

I have since found out that novell use commit.nlm to write the files from
the cache back to disk. Having done a reboot of the server I have found
that the web manager an web search server are no longer accesible. I would
seem that whilst commit was running a file was perhapse deemd open which
lead to the ABEND. Can you tell me what files are updated when the
enterprise web server has had changes made and are commited to disk.

Tony
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Re: Netware 6.0 ABEND when restarting web server

Hello

> ... enterprise web server ...


Hm, wasn't that from Netscape?


Can you please type this

m commit.nlm

at your server console and post the output here?


Regards, Rudi.
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Re: Netware 6.0 ABEND when restarting web server

Loading module COMMIT.NLM
commit Enterprise CGI Admin Server
Version 5.10 25 July 2000
Copyright (c) 1994-97, Netscape Communications Corp.,
All Rights Reserved.
Copyright (c) 1997,1998, Novonyx, Inc., All Rights Reserved.
Copyright (c) 1999-2000, Novell, Inc., All Rights Reserved


It is in fact a Novell NLM. Though it is only relevant to NES not Apache/
(note this is from google and not this guys specific version)


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> The problem is caused by COMMIT.NLM, which I don't recognize - I'm sure
> it's not a Novell module. You'll need to contact the vendor that supplies
> that module.
> --
> Andrew C Taubman
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>
> Opinions expressed above are not
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