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Valin
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Error message in the ADLM log file

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08-29-2001 10:00 PM
I have a server that keeps getting the following message posted to the log file. "[0]: Missed packet: Bad file descriptor." The message does not affect the user getting a license so I'm just curious as to what the message is and if there is something I should do to prevent this from occuring? TIA
*martin, jason
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Re: Error message in the ADLM log file

08-29-2001 10:28 PM in reply to: Valin
David-
It pretty much means just what it says. The adlm server received a packet from a client
computer, but the packet was corrupt. It's just letting you know that it dropped a
packet. If this doesn't occur very often it shouldn't be a big deal. If it is occurring
regularly it could become a problem. The packet that it's missing is likely the
"heartbeat" between the server and client. Either side is allowed to "miss" a heartbeat
every now and then and not be dropped. If enough misses occur in sequence then the server
will "pull" the license from the client and the client will have to close and re-open
autocad.

hth

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

"Valin" wrote in message news:f07967a.-1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> I have a server that keeps getting the following message posted to the log file. "[0]:
Missed packet: Bad file descriptor." The message does not affect the user getting a
license so I'm just curious as to what the message is and if there is something I should
do to prevent this from occuring? TIA
>

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