Re: [aprsisce] Network-related hangs?
- No, no LockFaile.log file on either system. I'll check out the logging next time I do the VPN trip to the office.
Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
If you could check Enables / Logging / Version and Enables / Logging /
File Enabled and leave them enabled before, during, and after your next
VPN excursion, I may be able to figure out what's going on. The About
box, and a periodic background thread, access a file on a web server via
HTTP to determine what the current version is. This uses the same
connection logic that the APRS-IS does as well as the same as the OSM
Map tile retrieval, but the background version checker might be the
issue. There's some locking around that and it's possible that I'm not
unlocking properly on a connection failure causing the About box to
attempt to lock a corrupted resource.
Also, do you have a LockFaile.log file in the directory with the .EXE?
The contents of that might also be informative.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 4/4/2011 11:14 PM, Greg D wrote:
> Hi Lynn,
> I've seen this twice this evening, and just want to make it visible. I
> don't know if it's related to being in the Wine environment, or just how
> Windows programs do things. I've had two different versions of
> APRSIS/32 hang when accessing the About screen.
> This is on two different systems, and two different versions - one is
> the last General release, and the other is a recent Development build.
> Both systems, however, have had their network connections interrupted
> over the past few days (while the programs were running). By
> "interrupted" I mean that I've opened a VPN tunnel into my work site,
> which puts the computer temporarily on a different subnet, and usually
> causing any open TCP connections to time out.
> I've since closed the VPN (it's usually only open for minutes to a few
> hours), and things like email, web browsing, etc. are back to normal,
> but it appears that APRSIS/32 had a connection open somewhere that
> wasn't recovered. Its access to APRS-IS DID get restored after a few
> seconds, but whatever is accessed by the About screen, didn't.
> Killing the program (it went not-responding and had to be terminated)
> and then restarting it restored all functionality.
> Is there a connection that is counted on to be there when using About,
> that isn't recovered after a network outage?
> Greg KO6TH