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Subject: Re: CIPE-Win32 (2.0-pre7) BSOD
From: "Damion K. Wilson" <dkw,AT,rcm,DOT,bm>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 16:20:01 +0200
In-reply-to: <20010403020454.11528.qmail@web11506.mail.yahoo.com>

It's in the driver. pre7 does buffer handling using a different I/O manager
technique (DIRECT_IO as opposed to BUFFERED_IO). This stopped the strange
buffer problems and BSOD's that existed in pre6. I found, to my disgust,
that somewhere, a pointer passed to the debug message output routine
DbgPrint was causing IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (Stop 0x0a) issues. So I yanked
out all the debug messages. Since then I have had two NT4.0 SP5 machines
running it constantly with active traffic (a week now) against Cipe 1.3.0.

I would like to see the top line of the Stop message if possible. I may
have to set up another NT machine with WinDbg over the serial line (yuck
!). It doesn't help that the appearance of this bug is random per
installation. Are all your installations on Win2K ?


Damion K. Wilson 

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On 4/5/01 at 3:05 PM Erik Wallin wrote:

>I've also observed stability problems in 2.0-pre7. (and 2.0-pre6) On most
>(W2K Pro SP1 and W2K AS SP1) it gives me a BSOD. This happens both during
boot and
>after starting the service manually. I'm not sure if it's the service or
>driver. One observation that might be relevant is that I do have a machine
>it runs rather smoothly, only one BSOD. Can't identify the differences
>I'm running CIPE 1.3.0 on the remote server if that is any help. I'll try
>against a 1.5.1 also to make sure that the peer is not the problem.
>Is there anything I can do to help debugging? Would core dumps help? Any

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