33Re: Changed to 2 Port config
- Oct 7, 2005Hi Ron .. Your comments regards BPQMon32 noted.. Ive had it running here for
long periods and have had no problems but I dont run AR-Cluster software
which would explain that..
Now you said
> BPQMon32.exe is in the beta set, but it will likely be eliminated fromHang on a tick.. How do I monitor only specific ports using BPQTerminal as
> the release package. This is because 1) It's function has been included
> in BPQTerminal.exe and 2)
opposed to ALL ports?
I cant find that function in either BPQTerminal or bpqterm .. Its nice to be
able to run a couple of
separate windows monitoring different ports.. Maybee a Tabbed version with
different Ports on different
TABs would be a the Go.. Its a thought anyway.. Ive seen other Apps that
have a general Tab for All traffic
and other Tabs for each port separatly.. Just a thought..
>It has been associated with crashes of BPQ32.problems.
> As to the crashes when using BPQMon32, this has always been a puzzling
> issue. It's quite low incidence, and always seems to be associated with
> use with AR-Cluster, but this could just be because it's being exercised
> quite a bit when in that environment. Many AR-Cluster sysops have seen
> this problem, and so we avoid running BPQMon32 except for very brief
> In any case John has never been able to reproduce the problem, and so no
> solution has ever been found. On the other hand I can run BPQTerminal
> 24/7, which includes the monitoring function of BPQMon32, without any
> difficulty (and with AR-Cluster 'in the loop' to keep it very busy).
> BPQMon32 was only provided in the beta in the event problems were
> discovered with BPQTerminal, but there don't appear to be any such
> The entire BPQ32 beta suite appears solid here. I run it 24/7 with
> AR-Cluster, UIView32 and UIDX Bridge without problems. Of course the
> problems you experienced with Digi_ned never did show up in my
> environment, which is why having a number of good beta testers is so
> I would have liked to have had additional beta testers, but I realize
> that it's some work and many BPQ32 users will wait instead for the final
> It could be that the BPQ32 package can soon be released as final. Of
> course software is almost never 'final', something will come up, as well
> as additional enhancements which John has made reference to in his
> postings here.
> Ron Stordahl, N5IN
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