BWM 2.9.16 BETA

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BWM 2.9.16 BETA   09 November 2009, 02:10

Hi,
I'm very excited about the implementation (start-of) of prioritization. Thank you for working on it.

What i wanted to ask is if, say, i have 2 users downloading, max bandwidth is 100K total, one is downloading at 50K (rule), the other wants to download at 60K (rule), does prioritization make one download at full speed than the other? For example, if i gave the 60K one max priority, and the 50K one a lower priority, would the 60K get 60, and the 50K get 40 instead?

If not, could you please think about implementing it that way? Also, could you please explain to me how prioritization currently works?

The above would help in the case of wanting full use of the 100K for a certain rule, but only if all rules are inactive.

BWM 2.9.16 BETA   25 March 2010, 02:47

Andrew,

Today I see this messages on bwmsvc.log:

24/3/2010 11:00:37 Priority or rule cache cleanup error: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 11:00:38 The 'deleterule' command failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 11:01:55 Priority or rule cache cleanup error: Invalid pointer operation
24/3/2010 11:01:56 The 'deleterule' command failed: Invalid pointer operation
24/3/2010 11:46:16 Priority or rule cache cleanup error: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 11:46:17 The 'editrule' command failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 11:46:43 Priority or rule cache cleanup error: Invalid pointer operation
24/3/2010 11:46:44 The 'editrule' command failed: Invalid pointer operation
24/3/2010 11:47:08 Priority or rule cache cleanup error: Invalid pointer operation
24/3/2010 11:47:09 The 'editrule' command failed: Invalid pointer operation
24/3/2010 11:47:15 Priority or rule cache cleanup error: Invalid pointer operation
24/3/2010 11:47:16 The 'editrule' command failed: Invalid pointer operation
24/3/2010 12:00:38 MatchRule call failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:15:07 Priority or rule cache cleanup error: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:15:08 The 'editrule' command failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:15:14 MatchRule call failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:15:20 MatchRule call failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:15:36 MatchRule call failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:15:47 MatchRule call failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:15:50 MatchRule call failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:15:56 MatchRule call failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC
24/3/2010 12:16:58 MatchRule call failed: Access violation at address 004040A4 in module 'bwmsvc.exe'. Read of address FFFFFFFC

This is can be a bug on BWM 2.9.16?
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BWM 2.9.16 BETA   25 March 2010, 12:21

Hi Lucas,

This can either a BWM bug or hardware issues like memory corruption. I recommend to run a stress-test on this computer.

The test is called Prime95, and it can be download here 32-bit | 64-bit. Launch it, then choose Just stress test - Blend. Let it run for at least one hour. If it fails with any error message like 'expected value: xxxx, actual value: yyyy', there are hardware issues on the target PC.

Andrew.

BWM 2.9.16 BETA   25 March 2010, 16:15

Ok Andrew, I will do this test...

My luck is: This is my new server, and I am doing all tests before to put the new server on production.

I am back to old server and all works fine smile

Thanks for the tip.

BWM 2.9.16 BETA   26 March 2010, 21:40

Lucas, that is a memory error for sure. Try memtest or goldmemory or some similar test.
Prime is also for the processor but in your case I'll bet it's the memory.

Cheers,
Arthur.

BWM 2.9.16 BETA   27 March 2010, 02:33

Hi Arthur,

I tested with memtest. And the memory had many errors.

Today I saw two BSOD also.

I changed the memory and all works fine.

Thanks all

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