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[condor-users] QUERY: STARTD C000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION
- Date: 28 Nov 2003 16:50:44 +0000
- From: Paul Wilson <p.b.wilson@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [condor-users] QUERY: STARTD C000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION
This email below has been sent to me on several occasions throughout the
day with respect to this machine having a problem running jobs from this
particular user, who's other thousands of jobs run fine on hundreds of
identical nodes. It's not a problem (only one machine out of hundreds),
but I don't know what it means. There's a lot of threads out there from
PC gamers who find this same <C000005 Access_Violation> error.
I have an idea that an access violation is the attempt by a computer
process to access a memory area that it does not own or have permission
Subject: [Condor] Problem
Date: 28 Nov 2003 16:15:19 +0000
This is an automated email from the Condor system
on machine "ucl47-ws26.ucl47.ucl.ac.uk". Do not reply.
"c:\winnt\condor/bin/startd/condor_startd.exe" on "myMachine.ucl.ac.uk" died due to exception ACCESS_VIOLATION.
Condor will automatically restart this process in 10 seconds.
*** Last 20 line(s) of file StartLog:
11/28 16:14:00 DaemonCore: Command received via UDP from host <xxx.xx.xx.xxx:48993>
11/28 16:14:00 DaemonCore: received command 440 (MATCH_INFO), calling handler (command_match_info)
11/28 16:14:00 match_info called
11/28 16:14:00 Received match <220.127.116.11:1027>#5540081775
11/28 16:14:00 State change: match notification protocol successful
11/28 16:14:00 Changing state: Unclaimed -> Matched
11/28 16:14:02 DaemonCore: Command received via TCP from host <xxx.xx.xx.xxx:44818>
11/28 16:14:02 DaemonCore: received command 442 (REQUEST_CLAIM), calling handler (command_request_claim)
11/28 16:14:02 Request accepted.
11/28 16:14:02 Remote owner is aUser@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
11/28 16:14:02 State change: claiming protocol successful
11/28 16:14:02 Changing state: Matched -> Claimed
11/28 16:14:09 DaemonCore: Command received via TCP from host <xxx.xx.xx.xxx:44835>
11/28 16:14:09 DaemonCore: received command 444 (ACTIVATE_CLAIM), calling handler (command_activate_claim)
11/28 16:14:09 Got activate_claim request from shadow (<xxx.xx.xx.xxx:44835>)
11/28 16:14:09 Remote job ID is 4612.2898
11/28 16:14:09 Got universe (5) from request classad
11/28 16:14:09 Startd using *_VANILLA control expressions.
11/28 16:14:09 State change: claim-activation protocol successful
11/28 16:14:09 Changing activity: Idle -> Busy
*** End of file StartLog
*** Last entry in core file core.STARTD.WIN32
Exception code: C0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION
*** End of file core.STARTD.WIN32
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