November 9, 2013 at 1:23 am #769
I am using Suneido130731 at the moment, on a 64 bit system. I experience a crash of Suneido, almost every day that I am working with it. I looked in suneidolog table and error.log, but see nothing that can tell more about the crashes. Is it a known issue? Or can it have something to do with the HTTP Server that I use for my application? Or maybe the fact that I run it on a 64 bit system (not jSuneido, by the way). Does anyone have an idea how to track the cause of these sudden crashes? Thanks.November 18, 2013 at 3:01 pm #1044j_fergusonModerator
Suneido tries to log information about fatal errors in error.log. Depending on the severity of the crash, it may not be able to log anything. Did you check for other files timestamped around the time of the crash that may contain log information?
Also, you can try looking in the Windows Event viewer under the Application and System logs to see if there are any errors logged there around the time of the crash.November 24, 2013 at 1:26 pm #1045
Sorry for my very late reply, and thanks for the advice. There was very little logging I could use, but I found out that the HTTP server was crashing because of some characters in a URL request. These characters were not properly escaped. When the HTTP server exits, Suneido also exits. Proper escaping of characters in the URL request solved the problem. Probably I should find out how to make HTTPServer prevent from crashing, but I guess the HTTPServer in Suneido was never meant to be used as a production machine anyway.December 19, 2013 at 10:53 pm #1046amckinlayKeymaster
Sorry for the problems – not sure why it would cause a crash.
jSuneido is a lot more robust for HttpServer.
Note: you can use a jSuneido client e.g. for an HttpServer, even if running cSuneido for the main database server
PS. Running on 64 bit Windows should not be a problem – that is normal for us.December 30, 2013 at 10:37 pm #1047
Thanks for the reply, and sorry for the late reaction. Maybe I should give the jSuneido client option a try. Although I always try to stay away from Java. Not a fan… Is there any difference in the cSuneido and jSuneido performance? I remember that the jSuneido version can run with multple processors, and has better memory handling. Does it also have a larger database limit?
To all people on the Suneido forum: BEST WISHES FOR 2014 !!! 😀January 7, 2014 at 10:07 pm #1048amckinlayKeymaster
jSuneido has a completely rewritten database storage engine. It has better performance, handles bigger databases, handles crashes better, rebuilds faster, etc.
You don’t need to know much Java to use it.
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