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|What can cause application to Freeze|
|Mon, Aug 27 2007 5:22 PM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software]
Elevate Software, Inc.
<< Tim - thanks for your posing on the ping issue. I have turned Ping off in
my application for the time being (and also can't upgrade to the latest
version at present because of the Access Voilation issues). I've hit a dead
end trying to figure this out at the moment, and presently have resolved to
remain with Build 4.24. If I have ping turned off - is it still possible
that this issue could cause lockups on C/S, or is it only when ping is
turned on? >>
The ping issue would only affect remote sessions, and only when the pinging
is turned on.
|Mon, Aug 27 2007 8:05 PM||Permanent Link|
Good Morning Tim,
> The ping issue would only affect remote sessions, and only when the
> pinging is turned on.
Thanks. For the time being, I'll leave that turned off then at least until
we're able to update to the latest version.
|Tue, Aug 28 2007 3:39 PM||Permanent Link|
You should definitely use a debug thing - I use madExcept but Eureka is
well respected too. They'll give you a complete stack trace of all the
threads in the app, and you can work out what it was doing from that. Job
done in a few minutes.
|Sat, Sep 15 2007 2:18 AM||Permanent Link|
"Matthew Jones" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev i en meddelelse
> You should definitely use a debug thing - I use madExcept but Eureka
> well respected too. They'll give you a complete stack trace of all the
> threads in the app, and you can work out what it was doing from that.
> done in a few minutes.
Yes, i use Eurekalog's "anti-freeze"-option and it returns the full
stack if the program freezes...
nice and neat
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