Thank you, too. Now I'm sure that I have to "pause" the service before
shutting down the driver during hibernate. I need to figure out how,
On Monday 04 November 2002 03:55 am, Peter Leschev wrote:
> Hi Damion,
> stopping the NT Service before hibernation & and
> starting the NT Service after hibernation is a successful workaround to
> this issue - I just have to remember to stop the NT Service!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Damion Wilson" <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
> To: "Peter Leschev" <peter,AT,leschev,DOT,com>
> Cc: <cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de>
> Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 1:40 PM
> Subject: Re: Win32 CIPE on windows 2000 SP2(3) - crashing
> I suspected that the hibernate/suspend problem was still around somewhere.
> just going to have to handle these events better in the driver and service.
> Currently, the driver doesn't inform the service of the hibernation and I
> suspect that it should in some way. I'll need to see how someone else's
> driver handles this.
> Can you tell me if this happens if you stop the service prior to
> suspend/hibernate and then restart it after resumption.
> Thanks for your patience and assistance,
> On Sunday 03 November 2002 06:17 pm, you wrote:
> > Hi Damion,
> > I setup CIPE over the weekend, and I'm
> > having problems with the Win32 port (Version
> > 2.0-pre15). What I've found is that it crashes the
> > machine after waking up from a Stand By or Hibination.
> > (Starting the machine up normally, from a full Power
> > Off is fine).
> > On the desktop (Win2K), getting the link up is fine,
> > works well. After sending the machine to Stand By, and
> > then waking it back up, I'm not able to browse the net
> > (previously I was able to). Try restarting the the VPN
> > NT Service, fails to stop the service, but I'm able to
> > start it again. Net browsing is available for a little
> > while until the machine reboots suddenly. No error
> > messages, just a hard reboot.
> > On my laptop (Win2K), the same occurs as above, but I
> > send it to Hibinate instead of Stand By. When the
> > machine crashes it comes up with the same message as
> > issue "[ 582741 ] STOP error on w2k" on SourceForge.
> > Hope this helps & Let me know if you need more info /
> > more testing,
> > Pete