[Juser] access violation

Joe Hildebrand JHildebrand at jabber.com
Mon Apr 26 18:32:31 CDT 2004


This starts to narrow down the problem.  The daily builds will give us
better information about exactly what was going on at the time of the crash,
if it's still in there...

-- 
Joe Hildebrand

 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Colleen Parker [mailto:cparker at gaspowered.com] 
> Sent: Monday, April 26, 2004 5:19 PM
> To: 'Jabber end-user discussion list'
> Subject: RE: [Juser] access violation
> 
> How do I upgrade to a daily build? Oh and also in my initial 
> post I didn't finish a sentence. Exodus does eventually work 
> after a few of these access violation messages.  Here's one 
> of the error logs.  I don't know if it's helpful information or not.  
> 
> 
> Windows-XP 5.01.2600Service Pack 1
> Exodus ver: 0.9.0.0
> Date, Time: 4/26/2004 10:34:22 AM
> ---------------------------------------
> Exception: Access violation at address 00000000. Read of 
> address 00000000 Signal Class: TPacketSignal
> Event: /packet
> Listener Classname: TChatController
> Listener Methodname: 
> XML Packet: <message from="bberry at 172.16.20.3/Exodus" id="jcl_9"
> to="dtimoney at 172.16.20.3/Exodus"
> type="chat"><thread>d3f440b5f1def7437a0b14da8db6e6a980492f69</
> thread><body>w
> ell maybe 75% sure :)</body><x
> xmlns="jabber:x:event"><composing/></x></message>
> ------------------------------
> Plugins:
> ------------------------------
> Dispatcher Dump
> SIGNAL: /log of class: TPacketSignal
> -----------------------------------
> SIGNAL: /filter of class: TPacketSignal
> -----------------------------------
> SIGNAL: /pre of class: TPacketSignal
> -----------------------------------
> LID: 18, /pre/message/x[@xmlns="jabber:x:data"], 
> TFactoryResponder, respCallback
> LID: 19,
> /pre/message/x[@xmlns="http://jabber.org/protocol/muc#user"]/invite,
> TFactoryResponder, respCallback
> LID: 20, /pre/message/x[@xmlns="jabber:x:conference"], 
> TFactoryResponder, respCallback
> SIGNAL: /packet of class: TPacketSignal
> -----------------------------------
> LID: 0, /packet/presence, TJabberPPDB, Callback
> LID: 1, /packet/iq/query[@xmlns="jabber:iq:roster"], TJabberRoster,
> LID: 3, /packet/message[@type="headline"], TJabberMsgList,
> LID: 4, /packet/message[@type="normal"], TJabberMsgList,
> LID: 5, /packet/message[!type], TJabberMsgList,
> LID: 6, /packet/message[@type!="error"], TJabberChatList,
> LID: 10, /packet/presence[@type="subscribe"], TSubController,
> LID: 11, /packet/presence[@type="subscribed"], TSubController,
> LID: 12, /packet/presence[@type="unsubscribe"], TSubController,
> LID: 13, /packet/presence[@type="unsubscribed"], TSubController,
> LID: 15, /packet/iq[@type="get"]/query[@xmlns="jabber:iq:version"],
> TVersionResponder, iqCallback
> LID: 16, /packet/iq[@type="get"]/query[@xmlns="jabber:iq:time"],
> TTimeResponder, iqCallback
> LID: 17, /packet/iq[@type="get"]/query[@xmlns="jabber:iq:last"],
> TLastResponder, iqCallback
> LID: 22, 
> /packet/iq[@type="set"]/si[@xmlns="http://jabber.org/protocol/si"],
> TFactoryResponder, respCallback
> LID: 23, /packet/iq[@type="get"]/query[@xmlns="jabber:iq:browse"],
> TBrowseResponder, iqCallback
> LID: 24,
> /packet/iq[@type="get"]/query[@xmlns="http://jabber.org/protoc
> ol/disco#items
> "], TDiscoItemsResponder, iqCallback
> LID: 25,
> /packet/iq[@type="get"]/query[@xmlns="http://jabber.org/protoc
> ol/disco#info"
> ], TDiscoInfoResponder, iqCallback
> LID: 242, /packet/message[@from="jmoerbe at 172.16.20.3*"], 
> TChatController,
> LID: 243, /packet/presence[@from="jmoerbe at 172.16.20.3*"], 
> TfrmChat, PresCallback
> LID: 248, /packet/message[@from="bberry at 172.16.20.3/exodus*"],
> TChatController,
> SIGNAL: /post of class: TPacketSignal
> -----------------------------------
> SIGNAL: /unhandled of class: TBasicSignal
> -----------------------------------
> LID: 21, /unhandled, TUnhandledResponder, callback
> SIGNAL: /session of class: TBasicSignal
> -----------------------------------
> LID: 7, /session/register, TRegController, callback
> LID: 8, /session, TGUIFactory, SessionCallback
> LID: 14, /session, TSubController, SessionCallback
> LID: 26, /session, TfrmExodus, SessionCallback
> LID: 29, /session, TfrmRosterWindow, SessionCallback
> LID: 244, /session, TfrmChat, SessionCallback
> SIGNAL: /roster of class: TRosterSignal
> -----------------------------------
> LID: 27, , TfrmRosterWindow, RosterCallback
> SIGNAL: /presence of class: TPresenceSignal
> -----------------------------------
> LID: 2, , TJabberRoster,
> LID: 9, , TNotifyController, PresCallback
> LID: 28, , TfrmRosterWindow, PresCallback
> SIGNAL: /data of class: TStringSignal
> -----------------------------------
> SIGNAL: /windows of class: TPacketSignal
> -----------------------------------
> 
> juser-bounces at jabber.org <mailto:juser-bounces at jabber.org> 
> scribbled on Monday, April 26, 2004 4:13 PM:
> 
> > Can you upgrade to a daily build, and see if it generates a stack 
> > trace file when it dies?  If you file a defect with the 
> stack trace, 
> > we should be able to track it down.
> > 
> > 
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Colleen Parker [mailto:cparker at gaspowered.com]
> >> Sent: Monday, April 26, 2004 5:13 PM
> >> To: 'Jabber end-user discussion list'
> >> Subject: RE: [Juser] access violation
> >> 
> >> Windows XP.  Well I have Exodus set to open upon startup 
> so initially 
> >> there isn't anything else running at the time. It doesn't happen 
> >> every day but it's been happening quite often lately.  No 
> one else at 
> >> our company seems to get that error message.
> >> 
> >> Colleen
> >> 
> >> juser-bounces at jabber.org <mailto:juser-bounces at jabber.org> 
> scribbled 
> >> on Monday, April 26, 2004 4:11 PM:
> >> 
> >>> On Mon, Apr 26, 2004 at 04:08:05PM -0700, Colleen Parker wrote:
> >>>> I keep getting the following message when I log in to Exodus
> >>>> 0.9.0.0: 
> >>>> 
> >>>> "Access violation at address 00000000. Read of address 00000000."
> >>>> 
> >>>> After I dismiss the message box, I get a few other 
> access violation 
> >>>> messages as well. It eventuall
> >>>> 
> >>>> Any clue?
> >>> 
> >>> What were you doing at the time? Which version of Windows? What 
> >>> other applications did you have running?
> >>> 
> >>> /psa
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