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    In one of my recent posts, I outlined how I was checking data rates of change on Novell servers by Robocopying the Novell server's files to the respective Windows server and checking the log files for change rates. This works gr8 for all remote sites except one.

    On this site, when I run the same batch file, albeit with the changed server names, after about 30 seconds, the server gets a BSOD and reboots. Here's my script:
    net use x: /delete
    net use x: \\mgrav-srv\Vol1 password /user:.username.site


    robocopy "x:\Shared" "D:\Backup.Netware" /E /Z /MIR /TEE /V /FP /R:5 /W:5 /LOG:20081008.log
    Here's the Event Viewer event:
    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: System Error
    Event Category: (102)
    Event ID: 1003
    Date: 7/10/2008
    Time: 12:06:58 PM
    User: N/A
    Computer: TEN-SRVLN
    Description:
    Error code 000000d1, parameter1 00000014, parameter2 d0000002, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 b93b2fc4.
    ....
    The most recent BSOD in the Event Viewer is:
    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: System Error
    Event Category: (102)
    Event ID: 1003
    Date: 8/10/2008
    Time: 7:46:44 AM
    User: N/A
    Computer: TEN-SRVLN
    Description:
    Error code 000000d1, parameter1 00000014, parameter2 d0000002, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 b9137fc4.
    ....
    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: System Error
    Event Category: (102)
    Event ID: 1003
    Date: 8/10/2008
    Time: 7:24:10 AM
    User: N/A
    Computer: TEN-SRVLN
    Description:
    Error code 000000d1, parameter1 00000014, parameter2 d0000002, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 b8e3ffc4.
    ....
    How do I fault find the problem?
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    +-- JDMils
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    +-- Regional Systems Engineer, DotNet programmer & Jack of all trades
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  • #2
    Re: BSOD- Error Code D1

    This is the best I could come up with, hope it helps. The article does appear to be related to some NWLink files.

    http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;837432

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    • #3
      Re: BSOD- Error Code D1

      I found the solution (I think).

      Here's the last part of the log file for 2008-10-09:
      Code:
      	    New File  		  209408	x:\Shared\WPWIN\EXCLOTH.DOC
        0%  
       29%  
       58%  
       88%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    2668	x:\Shared\WPWIN\GB14797.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    7068	x:\Shared\WPWIN\GENERAL.FAX
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		   11152	x:\Shared\WPWIN\HC15797.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    5413	x:\Shared\WPWIN\JEFF.BK!
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    4842	x:\Shared\WPWIN\JEFF.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    5279	x:\Shared\WPWIN\JULY96.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    5112	x:\Shared\WPWIN\LAN.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		   13876	x:\Shared\WPWIN\LOGO.ROY
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    8047	x:\Shared\WPWIN\MIN1107.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    6029	x:\Shared\WPWIN\MIN1407.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		   11264	x:\Shared\WPWIN\MSSKINER.DOC
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		   11312	x:\Shared\WPWIN\RC1507.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    7112	x:\Shared\WPWIN\RECS.WPD
      Here's the last part of the log file for 2008-10-10:
      Code:
      	    New File  		  209408	x:\Shared\WPWIN\EXCLOTH.DOC
        0%  
       29%  
       58%  
       88%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    2668	x:\Shared\WPWIN\GB14797.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    7068	x:\Shared\WPWIN\GENERAL.FAX
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		   11152	x:\Shared\WPWIN\HC15797.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    5413	x:\Shared\WPWIN\JEFF.BK!
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    4842	x:\Shared\WPWIN\JEFF.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    5279	x:\Shared\WPWIN\JULY96.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    5112	x:\Shared\WPWIN\LAN.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		   13876	x:\Shared\WPWIN\LOGO.ROY
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    8047	x:\Shared\WPWIN\MIN1107.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    6029	x:\Shared\WPWIN\MIN1407.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		   11264	x:\Shared\WPWIN\MSSKINER.DOC
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		   11312	x:\Shared\WPWIN\RC1507.WPD
        0%  
      100%  
      	    New File  		    7112	x:\Shared\WPWIN\RECS.WPD
      Note I used a different destination for the latter log file which is why the "New File" status is showing although the files were copied the previous night.

      I checked the source & destination folders and it seems to have copied more than what has been recorded into the log file.

      I tried copying the "x:\Shared\WPWIN" folder using the Windows Explorer GUI from the Netware server to another location on the Windows server, it crashed while copying the file "X:\Shared\WPWIN\Workstation Files\SHANEA\FILES\POWERPNT\Titles.ppt" (well, that was the last file in the Windows copy UI when the server crashed again).

      When I check the properties of the file and then press OK, I get a Windows dialog:

      Title: Summary Properties
      Icon: Exclamation
      Msg: Unspecified Error
      Buttons: OK

      I can copy the file from my workstation using Explorer saving it to my local drive.

      Anyone seen anything like this before?

      PS. I can open the PPT file OK but I can't save it coz it must be less than or equal to PPT97 format and I'm using PPT2K3SP3.
      Last edited by JDMils; 10th October 2008, 02:33.
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      +-- Regional Systems Engineer, DotNet programmer & Jack of all trades
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