Log File error

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Log File error

Post by NRHelpdesk » 18 Sep 2008, 03:00

I am getting the following error during the sync of a large NAS CIFS share:

17/09/2008 00:23:52 - An error occurred while write-accessing the log file 'c:\documents and settings\all users\application data\allsync\profile\ALSE.tmp' of the profile 'DATAMVR Sync': 52 - Bad file name or number (Line:920) (PROFILE: DATAMVR Sync)

After hundreds of these messages, the job fails with the following:

17/09/2008 00:25:48 - LogService: 52 - Bad file name or number [17/09/2008 00:25:48 - Time: 17/09/2008 00:25:48
App: AllSync 3.0.51
Modul: frmScheduler
Func: LogScheduler
Line: 510
Err: 52 - Bad file name or number
Path: C:\Program Files\AllSync\AllSync.exe
OS: Windows Server 2003 R2 Service Pack 2 (Build 3790) Version: 5.2 Build: 3790 ID: 2
IE: 6.0.3790
Mem: 2,048.00 MB / 2,048.00 MB
CPU: (2) Pentium 586.6.3846 [Intel Pentium Pro, II, III or 4] Model 15, Stepping 6, 2666 MHz
Screen: 1440x900
Command: -NTD
Debug0: FileError
Debug1: ERROR: #1450 - Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service. [OpenFile] [CopyFile3] (\\datamvr.nrhosting.com\content\CommonData\Morningstar\CurrentQuarter\VA\VAUSA00LXZ.xml -->> E:\Content\CommonData\Morningstar\CurrentQuarter\VA\VAUSA00LXZ.xml)
Debug2: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\AllSync\Log\scheduler.log
Debug3: 1
Stack: 3A0A056B510E111D5270561B5A
Apptitle: AllSync Scheduler Service 3.0.51 - Business Edition
Datapath: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\AllSync
User: ##########
Admin: True
Profil: DATAMVR Sync
Startmode:2
Copymode:0
Copyart:0
Edition:3
Language:9
Errcount:1
Stop:0,0] (PROFILE: DATAMVR Sync)


Any ideas?

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Re: Log File error

Post by Administrator » 18 Sep 2008, 15:22

At the time of the bugreport your windows system dont have enough RAM resources to complete any task like open a file...

"Mem: 2,048.00 MB / 2,048.00 MB" means 0 MB RAM free

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