RDDavis Absent Member.
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OESNW65SP7 Sever Abends about every 60 Days

I was looking for the old abend analyzer on the support website, but don't see it anymore. The Sever install is a fresh install running Groupwise Groupwise 7.03 and Gwava 4. The hardware is a New Dell 2950 with 4 Gigs of RAM two Intel dual core processors. I saw a entry regarding Max File Cache. This server is set to the default 1166505984. The backup express is used to backup the server.

Any thoughts on if increassing the file cache would help in this case or does anyone know where the abend anyalyzer went on Novell web site. the abend would not fit in this posting will update with abend only
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Re: OESNW65SP7 Sever Abends about every 60 Days

Could not post the entire abend log, so will update it again with the rest.

Novell Open Enterprise Server, NetWare 6.5
PVER: 6.50.07

Server FSGW1 halted Wednesday, March 25, 2009 4:28:03.687 am
Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.70.07: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code 00000000)

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0023 ES = 0023 FS = 0023 GS = 0023 SS = 0010
EAX = A1B701A0 EBX = 0050B4F4 ECX = 00000000 EDX = 00000000
ESI = 8092C480 EDI = A7330340 EBP = FFFFFFFF ESP = A92B48CC
EIP = 0023513F FLAGS = 00010046
0023513F 8B7F3C MOV EDI, [EDI+3C]=?
EIP in SERVER.NLM at code start +000292DFh
Access Location: 0xA733037C

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
0023513F 8B7F3C MOV EDI, [EDI+3C]
00235142 83C708 ADD EDI, 00000008
00235145 8A157B970100 MOV DL, [LOADER.NLM|BootEnv]=01
0023514B 8B6FFC MOV EBP, [EDI-04]
0023514E 84D2 TEST DL, DL
00235150 742E JZ 00235180
00235152 4D DEC EBP
00235153 83FDFF CMP EBP, FFFFFFFF
00235156 0F8444010000 JZ 002352A0
0023515C 833D9097010000 CMP [LOADER.NLM|PAEEnabled]=00000001, 00000000



Running process: Server 00:102 Process
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: A92B48F4
OS Stack limit: A92AE040
CPU 0 (Thread A1B7D400) is in a NO SLEEP state
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 5050010 Blocked on a Mutex
Stack: --A1B7D400 ?
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--04040000 ?
--A1428260 ?
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--A1B7D400 ?
--8092C480 ?
-0050B4F4 (SERVER.NLM|OSAS+0)
0036BDD6 (SERVER.NLM|ThreadContextSwitch+126)
--A7330340 ?
002236AD (SERVER.NLM|SchedSwitch+2A9)
--FE0040E0 (LOADER.NLM|OSAllocMemory+40E0)
--FE0040D8 (LOADER.NLM|OSAllocMemory+40D8)
--00000206 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+206)
--FE0040C0 (LOADER.NLM|OSAllocMemory+40C0)
002112FC (SERVER.NLM|kMutexLock+1AC)
--FE0040E4 (LOADER.NLM|OSAllocMemory+40E4)
--FE004140 (LOADER.NLM|OSAllocMemory+4140)
--A7330340 ?
--FE0040C0 (LOADER.NLM|OSAllocMemory+40C0)
--A7330340 ?
--A7330340 ?
00240A52 (SERVER.NLM|NVMFree+52)
--FE0040C0 (LOADER.NLM|OSAllocMemory+40C0)
--00000292 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+292)
--9F16B260 ?
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
00211531 (SERVER.NLM|kMutexUnlock+F9)
--00000001 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+1)
002352B2 (SERVER.NLM|ActivateAddressSpace+2D6)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--FE004240 (LOADER.NLM|OSAllocMemory+4240)
-0013EEEC (LOADER.NLM|ServerLoadDefinitionRecord+0)
002AC012 (SERVER.NLM|RipNLMFromFaultedAddressSpace+72E)
--A7330340 ?
--A7330340 ?
--00000002 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+2)
--A7330390 ?
--A7330340 ?
00236355 (SERVER.NLM|ChangeAddressSpace+89)
--A7330340 ?
--A7330340 ?
--A7330340 ?
--A7330340 ?
--A7330340 ?
002341C6 (SERVER.NLM|KillAddressSpace+AE)
--C18DC000 ?
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
-0050B4F4 (SERVER.NLM|OSAS+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--A7330340 ?
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--A7330340 ?
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--A92B4B2D ?
002B6DDC (SERVER.NLM|UnloadModuleFromAddressSpace+A8)
--A7330340 ?
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
--00000000 (LOADER.NLM|KernelAddressSpace+0)
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Re: OESNW65SP7 Sever Abends about every 60 Days

Could not post entire abend to the thead, so I posted it as an attachment.
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Re: OESNW65SP7 Sever Abends about every 60 Days

Hi,

RDDavis wrote:
>
> I was looking for the old abend analyzer on the support website, but
> don't see it anymore. The Sever install is a fresh install running
> Groupwise Groupwise 7.03 and Gwava 4. The hardware is a New Dell 2950
> with 4 Gigs of RAM two Intel dual core processors. I saw a entry
> regarding Max File Cache. This server is set to the default 1166505984.


That is not the default, far from it. The default is 2GB, please set it
back to that (you can revert settings to default through NRM).

You may also want to chekc into SP8. It's really better than SP7
(although SP7 is pretty good).

CU,
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Massimo Rosen
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CU,
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Massimo Rosen
Micro Focus Knowledge Partner
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