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Tore Johnsson
2005-04-22, 00:14
Hi kdf

I looked in to application log from the date and clock when I got the
crashes but there is no log at all.
For ex there is no name Slim....

Notice that I have already deleted version 6.xxx and reverted to 5.4.1.
Can this affect that is no log for this event?
Kind Regards
Tore Johnsson



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Ämne: Re: [slim] Lost contact to Slimserver for v.6.1

Quoting Tore Johnsson <tore (AT) torejohnsson (DOT) se>:

> Hi Dean
> Is application log only in version 6.xxx or will it be even in version
> 5.4.1.
> In that case where do I find it in the Slimserver 5.4.1. and version
6.xxxx?
>
> I have earlier tried http://serverip:9000/log.txt but as I said when
> Slimserver was crashed there were no log.

Tore,

Dean is referring to the Windows Event Viewer. If slimserver crashes, you
will
get a message in there. to find this, click on the start menu

then
start->settings->control panel
double-click Administration Tools
then double click Event Viewer

look in the 'application log'

-kdf

kdf
2005-04-22, 00:37
Quoting Tore Johnsson <tore (AT) torejohnsson (DOT) se>:

> Hi kdf
>
> I looked in to application log from the date and clock when I got the
> crashes but there is no log at all.
> For ex there is no name Slim....
>
> Notice that I have already deleted version 6.xxx and reverted to 5.4.1.
> Can this affect that is no log for this event?

Windows will keep those events around until you delete them, or the log grows
past the limit in size (quite large). I would guess that if there is nothing
in the viewer related to Slimserver, then it may not have crashed. instead, it
may have gotten caught up in a process for longer than you wanted?

I usually suggest running from a command line:

start->run
C:\program files\slimserver\server\slim.exe

-kdf

max.spicer
2005-04-22, 04:46
Why do your posts keep creating new threads with the old thread's subject prefixed with "SV: ", Tore?

Marc Sherman
2005-04-22, 05:54
max.spicer wrote:
> Why do your posts keep creating new threads with the old thread's
> subject prefixed with "SV: ", Tore?

He's not creating new threads; his mailer (Outlook 11) is properly
adding In-Reply-To headers, though it doesn't seem to be adding
References headers; both are equally SHOULD requirements in rfc2822. It
looks like it's a bug in the mailing-list/forum gateway, that it's only
looking at References, not In-Reply-To as well (or possibly it only
looks at the subject and gets confused by "SV:"). Thunderbird is
properly reconstructing the thread with Tore's mail in it using both
headers.

SV: is swedish (and other languages) for RE:.

- Marc