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Offline rejetto

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processQ bug
« Reply #30 on: January 04, 2006, 12:01:39 PM »
after over 1 year, i found how to reproduce this fu**ing bug  >:(
i won't say how because this may in case cause DoS problems.
it was introduced in beta5, as the first report attests.
sadly, this does not imply i will be able to fix it, but i will work on it.

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« Reply #31 on: January 04, 2006, 08:03:43 PM »
Good job in finding out how to reproduce the bug.  Has it been over a year already?  Doesn't seem that long but I guess it is.

Are you sure it started in beta5?  (I know there was a report on it then).  I was just reading on what new features and bug fixes you did in that beta5 and I don't know if they would cause the processQ bug.

http://www.rejetto.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1480&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=beta5&start=325&sid=4abfc23a75689425c60ae2ace64aac41

Well now, at least you can reproduce the bug so maybe if you are lucky you will be able to figure out how to get rid of it.  Good luck.
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Process Q with beta 34
« Reply #32 on: January 08, 2006, 12:13:00 AM »
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Access violation at address 004D1ABE in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 00D4C130
HFS 2.0 beta34
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Stack list, generated 08.01.2006 01:09:48
[004D1ABE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.processQ (Line 595, "HSlib.pas" + 4) + $4
[0040417B]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleAnyException + $33
[00503CA8]{hfs.exe     } main.TmainFrm.timerEvent (Line 4132, "main.pas" + 3) + $0
[004D1BBE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.ThttpSrv.timerEvent (Line 621, "HSlib.pas" + 16) + $1
[00443163]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.Timer + $F
[00443047]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.WndProc + $2B
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[00433266]{hfs.exe     } Contnrs.TComponentList.GetItems + $A
[00455947]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage + $83
[0045597E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.HandleMessage + $A
[00455B9E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.Run + $96
[0050FF8C]{hfs.exe     } hfs.hfs (Line 62, "c:\code\mine\hfs\hfs.dpr" + 14) + $2
----------------------------------------------------------------
System   : Windows XP Professional, Version: 5.1, Build: A28, "Service Pack 2"
Processor: AMD, AMD Athlon(TM) XP 2800+, 2080 MHz MMX
Display  : 1280x1024 pixels, 32 bpp

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And antother one.
« Reply #33 on: January 08, 2006, 09:41:07 AM »
By the way, with beta34 its the first time the process q bug comes for me

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Access violation at address 004D1ABE in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 00D93DF4
HFS 2.0 beta34
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Stack list, generated 08.01.2006 02:05:41
[004D1ABE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.processQ (Line 595, "HSlib.pas" + 4) + $4
[0040417B]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleAnyException + $33
[00503CA8]{hfs.exe     } main.TmainFrm.timerEvent (Line 4132, "main.pas" + 3) + $0
[004D1BBE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.ThttpSrv.timerEvent (Line 621, "HSlib.pas" + 16) + $1
[00443163]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.Timer + $F
[00443047]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.WndProc + $2B
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[00433266]{hfs.exe     } Contnrs.TComponentList.GetItems + $A
[00455947]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage + $83
[0045597E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.HandleMessage + $A
[00455B9E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.Run + $96
[0050FF8C]{hfs.exe     } hfs.hfs (Line 62, "c:\code\mine\hfs\hfs.dpr" + 14) + $2
----------------------------------------------------------------
System   : Windows XP Professional, Version: 5.1, Build: A28, "Service Pack 2"
Processor: AMD, AMD Athlon(TM) XP 2800+, 2080 MHz MMX
Display  : 1280x1024 pixels, 32 bpp
----------------------------------------------------------------
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processQ bug
« Reply #34 on: January 13, 2006, 11:50:43 PM »
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Access violation at address 004D1ABE in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 018ABBAC
HFS 2.0 beta34
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Stack list, generated 14.01.2006 00:21:01
[004D1ABE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.processQ (Line 595, "HSlib.pas" + 4) + $4
[0040417B]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleAnyException + $33
[00402A14]{hfs.exe     } System.IOResult + $C
[004D6B83]{hfs.exe     } utilLib.appendFile (Line 884, "utillib.pas" + 8) + $1F
[004D1BBE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.ThttpSrv.timerEvent (Line 621, "HSlib.pas" + 16) + $1
[00443163]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.Timer + $F
[00443047]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.WndProc + $2B
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[00433266]{hfs.exe     } Contnrs.TComponentList.GetItems + $A
[00455947]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage + $83
[0045597E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.HandleMessage + $A
[00455B9E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.Run + $96
[0050FF8C]{hfs.exe     } hfs.hfs (Line 62, "c:\code\mine\hfs\hfs.dpr" + 14) + $2
----------------------------------------------------------------
System   : Windows XP Professional, Version: 5.1, Build: A28, "Service Pack 2"
Processor: AMD, AMD Athlon(TM) XP 2800+, 2090 MHz MMX
Display  : 640x480 pixels, 32 bpp
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« Reply #35 on: January 14, 2006, 02:16:32 PM »
I got the processQ bug for the first time:

It occured when a download of a file was ongoing and a second download of a different file was started. Both files were in the same virtual folder. The second file, which download aborted, had a space (accidentally) at the end of the name and started to transfer with the %20 encoding: "HFS2.0beta34_Grey1.0.zip%20". Speedlimit was set to 50kB/s and no other limits enabled. Hope this helps to locate the bug.

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Access violation at address 004D1ABE in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 0245BF0C
HFS 2.0 beta34
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Stack list, generated 14-01-06 14:53:35
[004D1ABE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.processQ (Line 595, "HSlib.pas" + 4) + $4
[0040417B]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleAnyException + $33
[00503CA8]{hfs.exe     } main.TmainFrm.timerEvent (Line 4132, "main.pas" + 3) + $0
[004D1BBE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.ThttpSrv.timerEvent (Line 621, "HSlib.pas" + 16) + $1
[00443163]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.Timer + $F
[00443047]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.WndProc + $2B
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[00433266]{hfs.exe     } Contnrs.TComponentList.GetItems + $A
[00455947]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage + $83
[0045597E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.HandleMessage + $A
[00455B9E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.Run + $96
[0050FF8C]{hfs.exe     } hfs.hfs (Line 62, "c:\code\mine\hfs\hfs.dpr" + 14) + $2
----------------------------------------------------------------
System   : Windows XP Professional, Version: 5.1, Build: A28, "Service Pack 2"
Processor: Intel, P6 (Model 13), 800 MHz MMX
Display  : 1024x768 pixels, 32 bpp
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hfs.exe: Build: 0 02-01-06 21:29:14
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another processQ
« Reply #36 on: January 16, 2006, 07:10:29 PM »
I only get ProcessQ with the latest beta 34, here another


Access violation at address 004D1ABE in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 00DC0768
HFS 2.0 beta34
----------------------------------------------------------------
Stack list, generated 16.01.2006 20:08:11
[004D1ABE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.processQ (Line 595, "HSlib.pas" + 4) + $4
[0040417B]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleAnyException + $33
[004D1BBE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.ThttpSrv.timerEvent (Line 621, "HSlib.pas" + 16) + $1
[00443163]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.Timer + $F
[00443047]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.WndProc + $2B
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[00433266]{hfs.exe     } Contnrs.TComponentList.GetItems + $A
[00455947]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage + $83
[0045597E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.HandleMessage + $A
[00455B9E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.Run + $96
[0050FF8C]{hfs.exe     } hfs.hfs (Line 62, "c:\code\mine\hfs\hfs.dpr" + 14) + $2
----------------------------------------------------------------
System   : Windows XP Professional, Version: 5.1, Build: A28, "Service Pack 2"
Processor: AMD, AMD Athlon(TM) XP 2800+, 2080 MHz MMX
Display  : 1280x1024 pixels, 32 bpp

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« Reply #37 on: January 24, 2006, 09:35:31 PM »
The problem seems to have grown in beta34, in beta33 I had no problems, but now...:
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Access violation at address 004D1ABE in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 043E0074
HFS 2.0 beta34
----------------------------------------------------------------
Stack list, generated 24.01.2006 22:29:06
[004D1ABE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.processQ (Line 595, "HSlib.pas" + 4) + $4
[0040417B]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleAnyException + $33
[00503CA8]{hfs.exe     } main.TmainFrm.timerEvent (Line 4132, "main.pas" + 3) + $0
[004D1BBE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.ThttpSrv.timerEvent (Line 621, "HSlib.pas" + 16) + $1
[00443163]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.Timer + $F
[00443047]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.WndProc + $2B
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[004330D2]{hfs.exe     } Contnrs.TObjectList.GetItem + $A
[00455947]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage + $83
[0045597E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.HandleMessage + $A
[00455B9E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.Run + $96
[0050FF8C]{hfs.exe     } hfs.hfs (Line 62, "c:\code\mine\hfs\hfs.dpr" + 14) + $2
----------------------------------------------------------------
System   : Windows 2000 Professional, Version: 5.0, Build: 893, "Service Pack 3"
Processor: AMD, AMD Sempron(tm)   3000+, 2000 MHz MMX
Display  : 1280x1024 pixels, 32 bpp
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Product Versions

hfs.exe: Build: 0 03.01.2006 18:47:34
Cheers,

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« Reply #38 on: January 26, 2006, 03:59:24 PM »
Again  processQ... :cry:

This time there was something really strange:
I was watching my site with win95 (yes, I still have it running on one PC ;) ) for some time. Suddenly, after clicking a link, the client-PC turned off. In fact, it was running, but the graphics went black and it was no more reacting to any inputs. I went upstairs to my HFS-running PC and there was a processQ error. I don't know if there is a direct relationship and if yes, which event caused the other, but if this error could really affect client, it becomes much larger... Maybe it was something with one of my machines, but who knows...

BTW: the address of the access violation is the same as last time (See my last posting here). Does this mean anything?

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Access violation at address 004D1ABE in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 010B07CC
HFS 2.0 beta34
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Stack list, generated 26.01.2006 16:29:45
[004D1ABE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.processQ (Line 595, "HSlib.pas" + 4) + $4
[0040417B]{hfs.exe     } System.@HandleAnyException + $33
[00503CA8]{hfs.exe     } main.TmainFrm.timerEvent (Line 4132, "main.pas" + 3) + $0
[004D1BBE]{hfs.exe     } HSlib.ThttpSrv.timerEvent (Line 621, "HSlib.pas" + 16) + $1
[00443163]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.Timer + $F
[00443047]{hfs.exe     } ExtCtrls.TTimer.WndProc + $2B
[00428B7C]{hfs.exe     } Classes.StdWndProc (Line 10565, "classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[004330D2]{hfs.exe     } Contnrs.TObjectList.GetItem + $A
[00455947]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage + $83
[0045597E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.HandleMessage + $A
[00455B9E]{hfs.exe     } Forms.TApplication.Run + $96
[0050FF8C]{hfs.exe     } hfs.hfs (Line 62, "c:\code\mine\hfs\hfs.dpr" + 14) + $2
----------------------------------------------------------------
System   : Windows 2000 Professional, Version: 5.0, Build: 893, "Service Pack 3"
Processor: AMD, AMD Sempron(tm)   3000+, 2000 MHz MMX
Display  : 1280x1024 pixels, 32 bpp
----------------------------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------------------------------
Product Versions

hfs.exe: Build: 0 03.01.2006 18:47:34
Cheers,

Martok

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« Reply #39 on: February 21, 2006, 06:54:57 AM »
hello, would someone mind reporting processQ in beta37 ?  :#)

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processQ bug
« Reply #40 on: April 06, 2006, 10:03:15 PM »
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Access violation at address 00452848 in module 'hfs.exe'. Read of address 00000004
HFS 2.0


System   : Windows XP Professional, Version: 5.1, Build: A28, "Service Pack 2"
Processor: AMD, AMD Duron(tm) processor, 1800 MHz MMX
Display  : 1024x768 pixels, 32 bpp
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hfs.exe: Build: 0 6/4/2006 1:12:44 πμ
HfsServ.exe:2.3.0 Build: 0 29/12/2003 4:11:38 μμ

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« Reply #41 on: April 08, 2006, 03:18:49 AM »
i cheked that address... it is not processQ bug, why did you posted here?