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PVSW.log error ??

PVSW.log error ??

PVSW.log error ??

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I am see the error below in the PVSW.log.  Does anyone know what would be causing it?

I do have Windows XP workstations that will lockup from time to time in Magic applications the utilize Pervasive.  If they attempt the end the task the PC will blue screen on ctl+alt+del.  The server is NetWare 6.5

10-11-2005 09:31:59 BTCPCOM         000000A2 BTCPCOM.NLM     DBMEMCO02       W                        BTCPCOM-5: A TCP/IP recv() error (60) has occurred.  The connection has been lost.

10-11-2005 14:49:44 BTCPCOM         000000A2 BTCPCOM.NLM     DBMEMCO02       W                        BTCPCOM-5: A TCP/IP recv() error (60) has occurred.  The connection has been lost.

10-12-2005 17:20:28 BTCPCOM         000000A2 BTCPCOM.NLM     DBMEMCO02       W                        BTCPCOM-5: A TCP/IP recv() error (60) has occurred.  The connection has been lost.

10-13-2005 02:08:35 BTCPCOM         000000A2 BTCPCOM.NLM     DBMEMCO02       W                        BTCPCOM-6: A TCP/IP send() error (32) has occurred.  The connection has been lost.

RE: PVSW.log error ??

Your TCP/IP connection is not stable.  Make sure you're fully patched on the Pervasive side and then run a PSA Network test.  If that fails with TCP/IP errors, you'll want to call in your network guy.

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
Custom VB and Btrieve development.
http://www.mirtheil.com

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