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The information below does not necessarily indicate a permanent channel problem.  The channel status results from 9:35 indicate that two channels have timed out, but this does not mean that they won't be restarted.
 
Normally, channels that are timed out are supposed to be restarted within 5 seconds from timing out.  However, this will only occur if you have enabled the Restart Channels option.
 
Of course the fact that your channels are timing out is a problem that needs to be resolved.  This particular issue and steps to identify the cause are explained in the Common Problems topic of the FoxWeb documentation, under the heading "Hanging channels, or channels that get restarted often."
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Sent by Steve Moore on 02/28/2007 07:35:58 AM:
ok...
 
5 channels, 5 vfp.exe's no dw15,20 or dwwins in task manager

 

System Information

FoxWeb Version  3.51 
Channel 
Total Channels 
FoxWeb Path  *****\foxweb\ 
Virtual Program Root  ****
Main Program Root  ****
Program Path  ****
Operating System  Windows NT 5.02 
Web server  Microsoft-IIS/6.0 
Date/Time  02/28/2007 09:32:32 AM 
VFP Version  Visual FoxPro 05.00.00.0344 for Windows  
VFP Compile Version 
VFP Temporary Path  *****
Buffer Memory Size  279.5 MB 
License Flags  Servers: 2 

Virtual Roots
www.tx-laws.com/66.254.10.10  ***
www.county-laws.org/66.254.10.2 

*** 

 

Licenses
030-00457  Company: HITS Servers: 1 
030-00458  Company: HITS Servers: 1 
 
 
02/28/07 09:33:46
ChannelServerStatusConnectionsLast Script TimeLast Script
2 Local Busy 1 02/28/07 09:32:24 /_hitsver4.blp
3 Local Waiting 0 02/28/07 09:33:29 /_hitsver4.blp
4 Local Waiting 0 02/28/07 09:28:04 /fwadmin.fwx
5 Local Waiting 0    
0 Pending Requests
 
 
 
 
FoxWeb Channel Process Status (Controller)

02/28/2007 09:35:04 AM
ChannelStatusLast Script TimeLast Script
1 Timed Out 02/28/2007 09:19:35 AM  
2 Busy 02/28/2007 09:32:24 AM /_hitsver4.blp
3 Busy* 02/28/2007 09:35:04 AM (Current Request)
4 Timed Out 02/28/2007 09:28:04 AM /fwadmin.fwx
5 Timed Out    
 
 
 
 
 
Sent by Steve Moore on 02/28/2007 06:47:14 AM:
 
PS: I revisited my older posts on this topic... I solved the problems with the fwadmin and script compiling... as soon as the problem occurrs again I will post the results... an aside... 2003 runs dwwin not dw15 or dw20... I have disabled error reporting for programs (I think this may prevent dwwin from running). Perhaps this will help if the killed channels were somehow causing dw to hang during the data dump or something...
 
We'll see...
 
Thanks again... will post again as soon as I have more data 
 
 
Sent by Steve Moore on 02/28/2007 12:37:40 AM:
I am running foxweb 3.51 on a 2003 Ent server. Everyday I have disappearing channels. Showchan.fwx displays the other channels with various channels missing. The only way to get them back is to stop/restart the service. There are no errors in any of the foxweb logs nor the windows event handler.
 
I set up servers alive to monitor and restart the service when the channels start disappearing, but... for some reason, the restart only takes the first couple of times, then SA cannot issue a restart. Again, no errors or events in any of the logs.
 
Why can SA restart the service a couple of times and then never again until a reboot?  And why don't the killed channels restart automatically? This bug has become crippling as I cannot be away from the server for extended periods of time in case too many of the channels disappear....
 
Thanks in advance for any assistance.