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Upgraded, Sbhttp.exe errors

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I upgraded from 5.2.5 to 5.2.9. Now the web service keeps tanking. Anyone ?

Faulting application SbHttp.EXE, version 5.2.9.9, faulting module SbHttp.EXE, version 5.2.9.9, fault address 0x00005ed1.

It works for a while, then fails. I did move the cert back and the .ini is correct. From reading the forums I see people are using Apache but moving to it is undocumented ? Man.

Message was edited by: jickfoo on 5/31/11 8:19:09 AM CDT
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Re: Upgraded, Sbhttp.exe errors

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Looks like stepping back down to the 5.2.3 sbhttp.exe along with the sbhttp.ini file resolved my issue. That leads me to believe that 5.2.5 and above of sbhttp.exe is faulty. I dont believe that its related to load because it's hardly ever used. I find it odd that it's acceptable to put out a product that works 50% of the time.

Regardless, thanks for the help.

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Went back to version 5.2.3 of Sbhttp.exe. We'll see if that works. Looks like this has been a bug for a LONG time. Wonder why Mcafee doesnt fix it ?

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we fixed it by moving to Apache, which is more stable and scaleable than the old custom version, and more accepted by the majority of our customer base.

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I also was forced to download and install Open Source Apache to replace teh builtin HTTPS daemon as well.

Not happy about it either--one more product to monitor and maintain. (Not to mention I have to learn how to manage and support another piece of software)

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It was fixed ? I upgraded. My webserver was not replaced by Apache. The faulty SB http server was installed. I got calls and questions from my boss. If you know it doesnt work, why keep it in the install ?

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because it works fine for some people - it all depends on your network, browser, proxy settings etc. For many the old stand alone HTTP server works fine, but for larger customers they need something with a bit more horsepower, thus the industry standard apache module (which 50% of people are already familier with).

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Looks like stepping back down to the 5.2.3 sbhttp.exe along with the sbhttp.ini file resolved my issue. That leads me to believe that 5.2.5 and above of sbhttp.exe is faulty. I dont believe that its related to load because it's hardly ever used. I find it odd that it's acceptable to put out a product that works 50% of the time.

Regardless, thanks for the help.

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