[AG-TECH] AG3.1 vic crashes

Alex.Krumm-Heller at csiro.au Alex.Krumm-Heller at csiro.au
Tue Feb 5 21:44:16 CST 2008

Hi Jason,


Sorry I should have included the information in the original email. I am
running on WindowsXP and the camera is a Logitech Quickcam Communicate
Deluxe. It seems from bit more investigation that vic also crashes when
it is just a video consumer as well. 


I have taken a look at the logs and the relevant section from the
videoconsumer log seems to be:


02/06/08 14:38:19 4932 Toolkit     videoconsumerservice.py:186 INFO
Starting VideoConsumerService

02/06/08 14:38:19 4932 Toolkit     videoconsumerservice.py:187 INFO
executable = C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Application

02/06/08 14:38:19 4932 Toolkit     videoconsumerservice.py:188 INFO
options = ['-C', u'Asia Pacific Access Grid Lobby', '-t', '127',
u'-XrtpName=CSIRO CTW2', u'-XrtpEmail=ict at csiro.au', '-XrecvOnly=1',
'-XsiteDropTime=5', '-Xgeometry=500x500', u'-Xtile=2',

02/06/08 14:38:19 4932 ProcessManager     processmanager.py:62 DEBUG
Creating process: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Application
Data\AccessGrid3\local_services\VideoConsumerService\vic.exe -C "Asia
Pacific Access Grid Lobby" -t 127 "-XrtpName=CSIRO CTW2"
-XrtpEmail=ict at csiro.au -XrecvOnly=1 -XsiteDropTime=5 -Xgeometry=500x500

02/06/08 14:38:19 4932 ProcessManager     processmanager.py:75 DEBUG
Create process returns: (<PyHANDLE:780>, <PyHANDLE:784>, 4308, 5404)

02/06/08 14:38:27 688 ProcessManager     processmanager.py:138 ERROR
couldn't shutdown process <PyHANDLE:780>: (1444, 'PostThreadMessage',
'Invalid thread identifier.')

Traceback (most recent call last):

cessManager.py", line 131, in TerminateProcess

    win32api.PostThreadMessage(self.threadid[pid], 18, 0, 0)

error: (1444, 'PostThreadMessage', 'Invalid thread identifier.')

02/06/08 14:38:27 688 ProcessManager     processmanager.py:145 ERROR
couldn't terminate process <PyHANDLE:780>: (5, 'TerminateProcess',
'Access is denied.')

Traceback (most recent call last):

cessManager.py", line 142, in TerminateProcess

    win32process.TerminateProcess(pid, 0)

error: (5, 'TerminateProcess', 'Access is denied.')

02/06/08 14:38:28 5540 Toolkit     agservice.py:270 INFO  Shut service


By the way, does anybody know why there is a "Logs" directory created
under the install directory (which on my system is C:\Program
Files\AGTk-3) if the logs appear in another location is this a bug or is
it intentional?





From: Jason Bell [mailto:j.bell at cqu.edu.au] 
Sent: Wednesday, 6 February 2008 1:54 PM
To: Krumm-Heller, Alex (ICT Centre, Marsfield); ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
Subject: RE: [AG-TECH] AG3.1 vic crashes


G'day Alex


Just wondering if you could provide some more information please.


*         Operating System;


*         Does "vic" work, if you are not transmitting?  IE, just a
video Consumer.


*         Do you have a model type for the Camera?


Additionally, logs can generally be found within C:\Documents and
Settings\<username>\Application Data\AccessGrid3\Logs


Hope this helps.





From: Alex.Krumm-Heller at csiro.au [mailto:Alex.Krumm-Heller at csiro.au] 
Sent: Wednesday, 6 February 2008 10:25 AM
To: ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
Subject: [AG-TECH] AG3.1 vic crashes


I have just upgraded my installation of AccessGrid from 3.0.2 to 3.1.
When running the new version as soon as I create a videoconsumer node
service to capture from my Logitech webcam vic crashes. Can anyone point
me to where logs are generated to try and track down the problem. 







Jason Bell, B.I.T.


B. Info. Tech. (Honours) Student


High Performance Computing Support Officer, 

Network Engineer 

Information Technology Division 

Central Queensland University


E-mail : j.bell at cqu.edu.au

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I would have become a Doctor.



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