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Frunple

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Elve died today.
« on: January 12, 2011, 02:38:05 pm »
Have no idea why but I cannot get Elve to start up.
All 3 services are running, Nothing changed on the pc.
I go to launch the builder or EMS and it just sits there at "connecting to server" forever. The viewer goes to failed to connect to master server. This is from the master server pc.
Uninstall and reinstall results in the same.
I tried disabling firewalls.
NMothing changes.
Anyone experiencing this today??

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Re: Elve died today.
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2011, 06:58:59 pm »
1. Please send me the the log.data file C:\ProgramData\Codecore Technologies\Elve\Log.data

2. If there is a LocalLog.data file, please send it as well.

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Re: Elve died today.
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2011, 08:01:50 am »
theres absolutely nothing in the log file and nothing new is being logged.
There is no locallog.data either.
The system is completely dead.

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Re: Elve died today.
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2011, 09:42:03 am »
I was wrong, stopping and starting the services is being logged.
This is the complete log. Not much because I cleared it to try and catch the GC problem I'm having.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<log>
<rec><dt>2011-01-12 21:32:52.6310989Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>No compiled device drivers (.dll) were found in &apos;C:\ProgramData\Codecore Technologies\Elve\DeviceDrivers\Compiled&apos;.</msg><app>MasterService</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-12 21:32:53.3526389Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>No uncompiled device drivers (source code) subdirectories were found in &apos;C:\ProgramData\Codecore Technologies\Elve\DeviceDrivers\Uncompiled&apos;.</msg><app>MasterService</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-12 21:32:54.3819714Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>Master server started on &apos;DIMENSION4550&apos;.</msg><app>MasterService</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-12 21:33:01.0764260Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>The web server has started.</msg><app>ElveWebServer</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-13 15:13:41.0239181Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>The master server is stopping on &apos;DIMENSION4550&apos;.</msg><app>MasterService</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-13 15:15:12.9493594Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>The web server is stopping.</msg><app>ElveWebServer</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-13 15:15:28.2184724Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>No compiled device drivers (.dll) were found in &apos;C:\ProgramData\Codecore Technologies\Elve\DeviceDrivers\Compiled&apos;.</msg><app>MasterService</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-13 15:15:28.2623018Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>No uncompiled device drivers (source code) subdirectories were found in &apos;C:\ProgramData\Codecore Technologies\Elve\DeviceDrivers\Uncompiled&apos;.</msg><app>MasterService</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-13 15:15:28.4577710Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>Master server started on &apos;DIMENSION4550&apos;.</msg><app>MasterService</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
<rec><dt>2011-01-13 15:28:12.2368154Z</dt><s>SystemMessage</s><msg>The web server has started.</msg><app>ElveWebServer</app><ma>DIMENSION4550</ma><ct>None</ct><cn></cn></rec>
</log>

Attempting to log into the system is not getting logged at all.

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Re: Elve died today.
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2011, 12:01:49 pm »
This turned out to be a configuration issue.
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