Performance problems + Other problems

Hi,

Im running a Netware 6 server for the novonyx webserver, And its
almost 
only used for www. 1st service patch installed.
Total memory is 767 MB, UW SCSI disk with Adaptec card, And its a
Celeron 
2ghz, 10/100 network card on a 10mbit connection.

Because i have huge traffic (200-600+kb/s almost every time) i have
looked 
around a bit regarding performance. But now i dont know the standard 
values of.

Maximun Simultaneous requests
Listen Queue Size
HTTP Persistent timeout
And the cache size in obj.conf file.

Does anyone know what this values should be as default and in heavy
load ?
The server has some big files 150mb+ downloadable on it. 
And i get mail about broken downloads and timeouts

I also have some other problems with it.
If i let the server creates index of a folder it�s eating my memory,
So i 
need to restart it every 4-6 days or so.

It abends if i just want to restart the webserver, Wasent there before
but 
it have started with it.

And another thing with the index, Sometimes it creates a page that are
not 
correct. Pasting sample.

<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       04-May-03 23:39     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 ! 
Other - Tones/</a>       04-May-03 23:39     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       04-May-03 23:39     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       04-May-03 23:39     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       04-May-03 23:39     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       05-May-03 00:17     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       05-May-03 00:21     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       05-May-03 00:22     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       05-May-03 00:24     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       05-May-03 00:25     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 
</a>                       05-May-03 00:26     0K  
<A HREF="" NAME=""><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>
 J-
Tones/</a>               05-May-03 00:28     0K  
<A HREF="K-Tones/" NAME="K-Tones/"><IMG SRC="/mc-icons/menu.gif" 
ALT="[DIR]" BORDER=0>  K-Tones/</a>               05-May-03 00:29    
0K  

And this dont show the filenames or folders. If i press refresh it
could 
make a right one.

I hope anyone of u out there can help me with any of this problems.

Best Regards
Magnus



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5/22/2003 1:50:20 AM
:

> 1st service patch installed.
>

put SP3 on it

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Joseph
5/27/2003 7:26:41 PM
SP3 is now installed.

But it still eats memory if i Novonyx is making the index every time
that 
page is accessed.

It dosen�t depends on the size of the files.
It seems to be that when u have lots of files in a folder and u let
the 
page be created "indexed" it cant release the memory used.

I think u could see this problem if u put many documents (the more the

better 100-1000) in a folder and try to update it some times.
And checking free memory before and after.



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magnus
6/7/2003 10:08:51 PM
:

> And checking free memory before and after.
>

can you go into Monitor | Loaded Modules and see which one is eating 
memory?

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Joseph
6/11/2003 3:36:03 PM
> :
> 
> > And checking free memory before and after.
> >
> 
> can you go into Monitor | Loaded Modules and see which one is eating

> memory?


I used the remote manager.

Top mem modules are.

  Ver              
NSHTTPD.NLM 6.00.07 2003 Jan 27 1,150,853 654,699 200,089,600
201,927,920 
192 MB  
SERVER.NLM 5.60 2003 Mar 27 1,212,416 1,576,960 62,787,584 65,576,960
62 
MB  
NSS.NLM 3.03 2003 Feb 7 157,904 541,472 20,811,776 21,519,344 20 MB  
WS2_32.NLM 6.20.01 2003 Feb 18 215,298 67,678 3,690,496 3,973,472 3 MB
 
DS.NLM 10350.19 2003 Mar 18 2,128,489 356,610 3,375,104 5,872,491 5 MB
 
FILESYS.NLM 5.13 2003 Feb 11 580,215 76,736 2,547,712 3,253,815 3 MB 

And the server was rebooted 18 hours ago, and had 115397 request since
it 
started.
Checked on another server and NSHTTPD was only 5MB.

/Magnus



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magnus
6/12/2003 10:15:57 PM
:

> NSHTTPD.NLM 6.00.07 2003 Jan 27 1,150,853 654,699 200,089,600
201,927,920 
> 192 MB
>

it shouldn't use that much memory.  I would do the following:

map a drive to the root of SYS
open a command prompt
switch to that drive
FLAG *.* N /S (will remove readonly attributes from all files on SYS)
reapply SP3

if that don't work, then post magnus.conf and obj.conf

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Joseph
6/13/2003 3:00:57 PM
Ahh... missed from... every thing gone.

I have tested on another server, and it shows the same problem.
Can�t a Novell programmer look at the module for creating index files
?

SP3 installed

Easy to simulate.

1. Make a folder in the web without index.html
2. Add about 200-500 files (size don�t make any different)
3. Check memory on server
4. Update the page several times (10 - 40)
5. Check memory again

Then make me a bug fix.





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magnus
6/30/2003 9:41:42 PM
:

> Easy to simulate.
> 
> 1. Make a folder in the web without index.html
> 2. Add about 200-500 files (size don�t make any different)
>

OK, I used SYS:\SYSTEM which according to Windows Exploder has 935 
files in it


> 3. Check memory on server
>

starting memory was 3.8MB

> 4. Update the page several times (10 - 40)
> 5. Check memory again
>

ending memory was 4.7MB refreshing the page from 2 different 
workstations.  Note that I did not change any files in the directory,
I 
just kept hitting reload on the browser.

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Joseph
7/1/2003 4:59:59 PM
:

> I have tested on another server, and it shows the same problem.
>

are these servers upgrades from NW5, or NW6 original installs?


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Joseph
7/1/2003 4:59:59 PM
 
> are these servers upgrades from NW5, or NW6 original installs?
They are clean installs of NW6, with both with SP3.
But the problem was there before the servicepacks to.

So u did see the problem to, then im not alone.
In a more used website this makes the problem bigger than the
simulation.
And as im learned a novell server just runs and runs and runs. And i
have 
even read about a missing server at a school, but they found it atlast

built in behind some wall. :)

It seems like the index module cant release the memory when its done,
If i
make a index.html it works greate.
But if the server have taken to much memory it sometimes make an abend

when restarting webserver, So its better to reboot it then.

 ps. I hope they find a solution to this because i love the index
engine.





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magnus
7/1/2003 8:13:12 PM
:

> So u did see the problem to, then im not alone.
>

yeah, but after 40 refreshes it only took 1 extra MB of RAM for 935 
files indexed.  I tried both simple and fancy indexing, and could not 

get it to take any more - perhaps you have a cache setting that is 
eating memory?  could I see your magnus.conf and obj.conf files?

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Joseph
7/2/2003 5:45:57 PM
> :
> 
> > So u did see the problem to, then im not alone.
> >
> 
> yeah, but after 40 refreshes it only took 1 extra MB of RAM for 935 

> files indexed.  I tried both simple and fancy indexing, and could
not 
> get it to take any more - perhaps you have a cache setting that is 
> eating memory?  could I see your magnus.conf and obj.conf files?

Im pasting the files here.
magnus.conf
-----------
#ServerRoot /novonyx/suitespot/https-MBSRV
ServerID https-MBSRV
ServerName SEP800.MINE.NU
Address 192.168.0.251
Port 80
LoadObjects obj.conf
RootObject default
ErrorLog /novonyx/suitespot/https-MBSRV/logs/errors
MtaHost name-of-mail-server
NntpHost name-of-news-server
DNS off
Security off
Ciphers +rc4,+rc4export,+rc2,+rc2export,+des,+desede3
SSL3Ciphers 
+rsa_rc4_128_md5,+rsa_3des_sha,+rsa_des_sha,+rsa_rc4_40_md5,+rsa_rc2_40_md5

,-rsa_null_md5
ACLFile /novonyx/suitespot/httpacl/generated.https-MBSRV.acl
ClientLanguage en
AdminLanguage en
DefaultLanguage en
AcceptLanguage off
RqThrottle 300
StackSize 65536
TCPTimeWait 30
Certfile SSL CertificateDNS
Keyfile SSL CertificateDNS
SSLRequiredForNDSLogin ON
ListenQ 8192
ExpectInternationalUrl ON
AsyncDNS on
MaximumFilesReturnedInIndex 4000

obj.conf
---------
# Netscape Communications Corporation - obj.conf
# You can edit this file, but comments and formatting changes
# might be lost when the admin server makes changes.

Init fn="load-types" mime-types="mime.types"
Init fn="cache-init" MaxTotalCachedFileSize="20000"
Init fn="load-modules" funcs="lcgi_map_init,lcgi_map" 
shlib="sys:/system/nslcgi.nlm"
Init fn="lcgi_map_init" PERL_ROOT="SYS:perl/web" 
CONFIG_DIR="/NOVONYX/SUITESPOT/https-BLR-SCRIPT-DP1/config/"
Init funcs="nw_home"
shlib="/novonyx/suitespot/plugins/nwhdir/nwhdir.nlm" 
fn="load-modules"
Init
funcs="dav-authtrans,dav-nametrans,dav-pathcheck,dav-objecttype,dav-
service" shlib="SYS:SYSTEM/webdav.NLM" fn="load-modules"
Init fn="load-modules" funcs="jk_init,jk_service" 
shlib="sys:/tomcat/33/bin/netscape/netware/nsapi_rd.nlm"
Init fn="jk_init" 
worker_file="sys:/tomcat/33/conf/jk/nwworkers.properties" 
log_level="error" log_file="sys:/tomcat/33/logs/nsapi.log"

<Object name="default">
AuthTrans fn="dav-authtrans"
NameTrans fn="assign-name" from="/iManage/*" name="Tomcat33"
NameTrans fn="assign-name" from="/eMFrame/*" name="Tomcat33"
NameTrans fn="assign-name" from="/*.jsp" name="Tomcat33"
NameTrans fn="assign-name" from="/servlet/*" name="Tomcat33"
NameTrans fn="assign-name" name="asp2lcgi" from="*.asp"
NameTrans fn="assign-name" name="asp2lcgi" from="*.nsp"
NameTrans fn="assign-name" name="nds" from="/My Network*"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/ns-icons"
dir="/novonyx/suitespot/ns-icons"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/mc-icons"
dir="/novonyx/suitespot/ns-icons"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/lcgi" dir="/novonyx/suitespot/lcgi-bin" 

name="lcgi"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/webdav"
dir="/novonyx/suitespot/bin/webdav"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/netbasic"
dir="/netbasic/lcgi/cgi2nmx.nlm" 
name="lcgi"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/perl" dir="/perl/lcgi/cgi2perl.nlm" 
name="lcgi"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/nsn" dir="/nsn/lcgi/cgi2ucs.nlm"
name="lcgi"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/sp" dir="/nsn/lcgi/scrptpgs.nlm"
name="lcgi"
NameTrans fn="pfx2dir" from="/se" dir="/novonyx/suitespot/lcgi-
bin/sewse.nlm" name="lcgi"
NameTrans fn="nw_home" from="/~" subdir="public_html"
NameTrans fn="document-root" address="192.168.0.251" port="443" 
root="/novonyx/suitespot/docs" secure="1" ssl2="0" ssl3="0"
secure_auth="0"
NameTrans fn="dav-nametrans"
NameTrans fn="document-root" root="VOL1:WEBROOT"
PathCheck fn="find-pathinfo"
PathCheck fn="nw-uri-clean"
PathCheck fn="find-index" index-names="index.html,home.html"
PathCheck fn="dav-pathcheck"
ObjectType fn="type-by-extension"
ObjectType fn="force-type" type="text/plain"
ObjectType fn="dav-objecttype"
Service method="(GET|HEAD)" type="magnus-internal/imagemap"
fn="imagemap"
Service method="(GET|HEAD)" type="magnus-internal/directory"
fn="index-
common"
Service method="(GET|HEAD|POST)" type="magnus-internal/lcgi"
fn="send-lcgi"
Service fn="dav-service" 
method="(PROPFIND|PROPPATCH|MKCOL|DELETE|PUT|COPY|MOVE|LOCK|UNLOCK|OPTIONS)

"
Service method="(GET|HEAD)" type="*~magnus-internal/*" fn="send-file"
</Object>

<Object name="asp2lcgi">
ObjectType fn="force-type" type="magnus-internal/lcgi"
Service fn="send-lcgi" method="(GET|HEAD|POST)" 
lcgipath="/nsn/lcgi/scrptpgs.nlm"
</Object>

<Object name="lcgi">
ObjectType fn="force-type" type="magnus-internal/lcgi"
Service fn="send-lcgi"
</Object>

<Object name="nds">
Service fn="dav-service" method="(GET|POST|HEAD)"
</Object>

<Object name="Tomcat33">
ObjectType fn="force-type" type="text/plain"
Service fn="jk_service" worker="ajp13"
</Object>

-------------------------------------------------------------------
This server have atleast 1500 hits each day, and the new files are
those 
who eats memory because the for the others i have maked a index.html
to 
get the server a longer uptime before i need to restart it.
After a while i move the new files to another folder and make a index
for 
them.

Also pasting my top mem modules again, Now its 51 hours since i
rebooted 
it.
NSHTTPD.NLM 6.00.07 2003 Jan 27 1,150,853 654,699 254,603,264
256,441,584 
244 MB  
SERVER.NLM 5.60 2003 Mar 27 1,212,416 1,576,960 51,945,472 54,734,848
52 
MB  
NSS.NLM 3.03 2003 Feb 7 157,904 541,472 20,779,008 21,486,576 20 MB  
WS2_32.NLM 6.20.01 2003 Feb 18 215,298 67,678 6,897,664 7,180,640 6 MB
 
DS.NLM 10350.19 2003 Mar 18 2,128,489 356,610 4,112,384 6,609,771 6 MB
 
FILESYS.NLM 5.13 2003 Feb 11 580,215 76,736 2,547,712 3,253,815 3 MB  

CIFS.NLM 1.20 2003 Feb 24 222,985 68,952 2,179,072 2,471,009 2 MB 

And the NSHTTPD are huge and just getting bigger and bigger.
Now my mem stats are: 
Virtual memory 5%
Cache memory 38%
File system memory 5%
Nlm memory 50%

Pasting the stats for last day on avaible memory.

Day profile for: Available Memory 
Start Time: Tuesday, 2003-07-01 21.00 
End Time: Wednesday, 2003-07-02 21.00 
Unit Measured: Megabytes

        Hour     Average     Maximum
           0         337         358
           1         336         337
           2         334         335
           3         332         333
           4         330         331
           5         329         331
           6         328         328
           7         327         328
           8         326         326
           9         325         326
          10         322         324
          11         322         322
          12         322         322
          13         322         322
          14         322         322
          15         319         322
          16         318         319
          17         316         317
          18         315         315
          19         311         315
          20         307         309
          21         304         306
          22         306         306
          23         305         306
          24         302         304

If u need any more information i will get it for u.
I hope i did not paste to much, but im not sure what information is
useful 
for you, And i am happy for the work u are doing, and try to help me
with 
this problem.

Best regards 
Magnus
 



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magnus
7/2/2003 7:54:52 PM
Seems like my post screwed up the layout in the forum.

Can u cut the long line ?





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magnus
7/2/2003 9:46:36 PM
:

> RqThrottle 300
> ListenQ 8192
> ExpectInternationalUrl ON
> AsyncDNS on
> MaximumFilesReturnedInIndex 4000
>

maybe your web server is busier than mine, but I have in magnus.conf:

RqThrottle 48
ListenQ 4096

and I do not have:
ExpectInternationalUrl ON
AsyncDNS on
MaximumFilesReturnedInIndex 4000

perhaps comment these lines out for testing, restart the webserver and

see if it helps - then add them back one at a time, and see if the 
problem re-occurs

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Joseph
7/4/2003 2:58:22 PM
:

> Init fn="cache-init" MaxTotalCachedFileSize="20000"
>

In obj.conf, I have:

Init fn="cache-init" MaxTotalCachedFileSize=2400

that is the only difference I can see in obj.conf

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Joseph
7/4/2003 2:58:22 PM
Ok.

I will try that one.

magnus.conf
RqThrottle 48
ListenQ 4096
#ExpectInternationalUrl ON
#AsyncDNS on
#MaximumFilesReturnedInIndex 4000

Obj.conf
Init fn="cache-init" MaxTotalCachedFileSize=2400

It maked an abend when i was going to restart it, but we will se if
that 
problems dissapear with those settings.

Yes in my opinion its heavy used, but thats my guess.
About 1500 hits each day (not so much)
And about 200-300 kb/s Lan Troughput in a medium value, sometimes
40kb/s 
and sometimes up to 700+ kb/s (checked in  "Health Statistic Trend 
Graphs" )
Everything used for the webserver.

Now there are 134 files in 36 folders of a total of 179 MB unindexed.
And free memory after i did restart it is "Available Memory GOOD 527MB

764MB 767MB "
Time and date "Novell NetWare 6  Server Version 5.60.3, March 27, 2003
- 
Server Up Time: 0:00:07:09"
Hit counter is now " 231428 " on my page

Then we will se in a day what the difference is.
But i guess this is a bug with the index engine, and it have not been 

found because not many ppl using it with this kind of traffic.

Do you have contact with the developers/bug reports at Novell ? Or you

mayby are one of those. (You mayby should ask if anyone have seen this

problem before).

Best Regards
Magnus







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magnus
7/6/2003 6:40:41 PM
Now its time to compare.

I have tryed the settings u suggested but.

Still 134 files in 36 folders of a total of 179mb.

Free memory now after little more than 20 hours are :
Available Memory GOOD 458MB 764MB 767MB 

Time and date : 
Novell NetWare 6  Server Version 5.60.3, March 27, 2003 - Server Up
Time: 
0:20:44:48

Hit counter is now: 232641

Posting top 5 memory usages nlm:
NSHTTPD.NLM 6.00.07 2003 Jan 27 1,150,853 654,699 85,073,920
86,912,240 82 
MB  
SERVER.NLM 5.60 2003 Mar 27 1,212,416 1,576,960 41,312,256 44,101,632
42 
MB  
NSS.NLM 3.03 2003 Feb 7 157,904 541,472 25,743,360 26,450,928 25 MB  
DS.NLM 10350.19 2003 Mar 18 2,128,489 356,610 3,420,160 5,917,547 5 MB
 
FILESYS.NLM 5.13 2003 Feb 11 580,215 76,736 2,539,520 3,245,623 3 MB 


So in about 20 hours it have used about 80 megs of my system memory.
And total hits to my first page has been 1193, but it could be greater
if 
they have saved a favorite direct to any folder.

It�s the NLM memory usage that grows,
Posting the memory stats here again.
Day profile for: Available Memory 
Start Time: Sunday, 2003-07-06 17.00 
End Time: Monday, 2003-07-07 17.00 
Unit Measured: Megabytes

        Hour     Average     Maximum
           0         205         207
           1         205         205
           2         203         205
           3         199         202
           4         512         527
           5         516         522
           6         513         516
           7         507         510
           8         500         505
           9         495         499
          10         485         491
          11         482         482
          12         482         482
          13         482         482
          14         481         482
          15         480         480
          16         480         480
          17         477         480
          18         475         477
          19         473         474
          20         472         472
          21         469         472
          22         467         469
          23         466         467
          24         459         463


Any more ideas how to get rid of this problem ?

Best regards
Magnus



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magnus
7/7/2003 3:09:07 PM
:

> Do you have contact with the developers/bug reports at Novell ?
>

yes, I do have a contact, but I try to work thru all of the options I 

know before I bother him.

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Joseph
7/8/2003 11:45:26 AM
:

> Any more ideas how to get rid of this problem ?
>

nope, now it is time to pass it on to Novell

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Joseph
7/8/2003 1:35:10 PM
> :
> 
> > Any more ideas how to get rid of this problem ?
> >
> 
> nope, now it is time to pass it on to Novell

Ok, So should i contact them or do you ?

We can take another question meantime.
Is it possible in a simple way to have any of those stats pages in
remote 
admin visible for a normal web surfer (just a link to it on my page) ?


Best regards
Magnus



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magnus
7/9/2003 5:19:29 PM
:

> Any more ideas how to get rid of this problem ?
>

I was given the suggestion to try:

but for a temp fix he can back rev to the nshttpdnw6.exe (aug 16,
2002) 

See if this works and if not, I will need a coredump.

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Joseph
7/9/2003 5:22:47 PM
:

> Ok, So should i contact them or do you ?
> 

I do - I posted their suggestion to you.

> We can take another question meantime.
> Is it possible in a simple way to have any of those stats pages in
remote 
> admin visible for a normal web surfer (just a link to it on my page)
?
>

nope, only with Apache.

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Joseph
7/10/2003 5:47:53 PM
> :
> 
> > Any more ideas how to get rid of this problem ?
> >
> 
> I was given the suggestion to try:
> 
> but for a temp fix he can back rev to the nshttpdnw6.exe (aug 16,
2002) 
> 
> See if this works and if not, I will need a coredump.

I assume that me meant this file.
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/2964244.htm
Then NLM have right date but not the exe.
I will try this and see what happends.
 




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magnus
7/10/2003 10:49:01 PM
> > :
> > 
> > > Any more ideas how to get rid of this problem ?
> > >
> > 
> > I was given the suggestion to try:
> > 
> > but for a temp fix he can back rev to the nshttpdnw6.exe (aug 16, 

2002) 
> > 
> > See if this works and if not, I will need a coredump.
> 
> I assume that me meant this file.
> http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/2964244.htm
> Then NLM have right date but not the exe.
> I will try this and see what happends.
>  
> 

I have now tryed the file 
nshttpdnw6.exe; 842250 bytes; Date/Time: 11-12-2002/04:02PM 
That contains the NLM file dated (aug 16, 2002) 
But the problem is still there.
These are those top 5 nlm now.
NSHTTPD.NLM 6.00.07 2002 Aug 16 1,150,853 654,699 134,057,984
135,896,304 
129 MB  
SERVER.NLM 5.60 2003 Mar 27 1,212,416 1,576,960 53,293,056 56,082,432
53 
MB  
NSS.NLM 3.03 2003 Feb 7 157,904 541,472 19,230,720 19,938,288 19 MB  
DS.NLM 10350.19 2003 Mar 18 2,128,489 356,610 3,645,440 6,142,827 5 MB
 
FILESYS.NLM 5.13 2003 Feb 11 580,215 76,736 2,580,480 3,286,583 3 MB 
And the server have been running for 12hours now.

So it seem like we need to make that coredump.

Can u tell me the routines how i submit it.
Should i make it with the old or new NSHTTPD ?
And where do i send it ? , Can�t post files here and it can get huge.

Best regards
Magnus 
 
 




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magnus
7/13/2003 8:50:47 PM
:

> http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/2964244.htm
>

yeppers

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Joseph
7/14/2003 6:08:59 PM
:

> Should i make it with the old or new NSHTTPD ?
> And where do i send it ? , Can�t post files here and it can get
huge.
>

make it with the one that you had before installing nshttpdnw6.exe

upload it to ftp://ftp.novell.com/incoming and then tell me the file 
name.

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Joseph
7/14/2003 6:08:59 PM
:

> And where do i send it ? , Can�t post files here and it can get
huge.
>

you still with me?

Joe Moore
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Joseph
7/18/2003 8:42:13 PM
:

> nshttpdnw6.exe;
>

I have a new version that you can test if you will that is supposed to

fix this problem.

Joe Moore
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Joseph
7/18/2003 8:44:19 PM
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