Windows error 0x000000A0, 160

Detailed Error Information

BAD_ARGUMENTS[1]

MessageOne or more arguments are not correct.
Declared inwinerror.h

This appears to be a raw Win32 error. More information may be available in error 0x800700A0.

INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR[2]

This is a Blue Screen of Death stop code. More information is available in the Knowledge Base article Bug Check 0xA0: INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR.

HRESULT analysis[3]

This is probably not the correct interpretation of this error. The Win32 error above is more likely to indicate the actual problem.
FlagsSeveritySuccess

This code indicates success, rather than an error. This may not be the correct interpretation of this code, or possibly the program is handling errors incorrectly.

Reserved (R)false
OriginMicrosoft
NTSTATUSfalse
Reserved (X)false
FacilityCode0 (0x000)
NameFACILITY_NULL[3][1]
DescriptionThe default facility code.[3][1]
Error Code160 (0x00a0)

Possible solutions

3

Core dump note section

gdb
elf
coredump

Was having same troubles some time ago with my project of converting CRIU images into core dumps. It is fully written in python(even elf structures are in ctypes), so it could be used as a guide. See https://github.com/efiop/criu-coredump .I.e. how everything is structured could be seen here https://github.com/efiop/criu-coredump/blob/master/criu_coredump/core_dump.py .

answered on Stack Overflow Sep 27, 2015 by Ruslan Kuprieiev
3

sms using adb shell not working

adb

Maybe there is an issue with the number. Try without quotes. Have you tried this:

adb shell am start -a android.intent.action.SENDTO -d sms:+1-222-333-4444
adb shell input text "sampletexthere"
adb shell input keyevent 66
answered on Stack Overflow Nov 9, 2015 by Empario
2

Android Permissions on Runtime.getRuntime().exec()

android
permissions
command

At least in Jelly Bean, SET_DEBUG_APP cannot be held except by apps that are either signed with the firmware's signing key or are installed on the system partition. Ordinary SDK applications cannot hold this permission.

answered on Stack Overflow Dec 20, 2012 by CommonsWare
2

Amazon EC2 unable to connect to instance

apache-2.2
ssh
amazon-ec2
connection
startup

One thing that may be causig the problem is that a passphrase is required for my ssl certificate on apache, because that is the last thing I can see in the syslog.

Yes, that's your problem, and as EC2 doesn't offer direct console access, there's no way around it. You need to use passphrase-less SSL keys, or prevent Apache from automatically starting when the instance does (so you can manually start it after boot).

If you need to get at stuff on this instance, you'll have to mount its EBS volume onto another instance to recover the data, as this server isn't going to start again like this.

answered on Server Fault Apr 13, 2013 by ceejayoz
2

Fedora error log file

centos
java
  • General Linux messages are logged at /var/log/messages
    • You may have a number of logs named messages* - the one that is simply named messages is the latest one. The other logs have a number after them that signify the date they were closed. For example, some of the logs on one of my servers are messages-20120401 and messages-20120325. It's up to you to decide which period of time the application crashed and therefore which log to sift through.
  • Kernel logs are at /var/log/kern.log (but that's highly unlikely to be your issue)
answered on Server Fault Apr 6, 2012 by Wesley • edited Apr 6, 2012 by Wesley
2

How to upload a file with unique name in Visual Studio Webtest

visual-studio
load-testing
web-testing
webtest

You may get into trouble if you upload many files in term as per millisecond, are you?

for your reference, this is the actual code that generates the unique filename, it uses a time stamp with millisecond resolution.

<!-- language: c# -->
internal string GenerateUniqueFileName()
    {
        string fileName = this.FileName;
        if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(this.FileName))
        {
            string str = Path.GetFileName(this.FileName);
            if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(str))
            {
                if (!this.m_useGuids)
                {
                    CultureInfo invariantCulture = CultureInfo.get_InvariantCulture();
                    object[] objArray = new object[2];
                    DateTime now = DateTime.get_Now();

                    //--- Here:
                    objArray[0] = now.ToString("ddMMyyyyhhmmssfff", CultureInfo.get_InvariantCulture());
                    objArray[1] = str;
                    str = string.Format(invariantCulture, "{0}{1}", objArray);
                }
                else
                {
                    Guid guid = Guid.NewGuid();
                    string str1 = guid.ToString().Replace("-", string.Empty);
                    str = string.Format(CultureInfo.get_InvariantCulture(), "{0}{1}", new object[] { str1, str });
                }
                fileName = str;
            }
            if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(Path.GetDirectoryName(this.FileName)))
            {
                fileName = Path.Combine(Path.GetDirectoryName(this.FileName), fileName);
            }
        }
        return fileName;
    }

I tried to reproduce your error, but it behaves as expected. The only change I did was to set an absolute file path in PostParameter FileName to get it running, because it was not copied correctly to the Out Folder for MSTest.

Can you show a more detailed debug of a single run webtest?

please check your form post parameter, it should look like this:

enter image description here

and: leave the file upload name empty if generate unique name:

enter image description here

answered on Stack Overflow Mar 4, 2018 by Falco Alexander • edited Mar 6, 2018 by Falco Alexander
1

Watchguard Firewall SSLVPN

vpn
watchguard

I realized that this question was still open, although I resolved it (with the original hardware vendor's help) a long time ago.

The issue was that I was trying to connect to firewall (VPN) from outside the network on port 443 (SSL), which was already reserved on the firewall for something else (web traffic at one point was coming through for email purposes - later on down the road, I'll look into closing that down completely).

When we configured the firewall (and the VPN client) to communicate on port 444, it worked just fine.

answered on Server Fault Jan 31, 2014 by David W
1

How to use cross gdb to examine core file from crosstarget machine

c
linux
gdb
cross-compiling
gdbserver

Try according to http://forums.freescale.com/t5/68K-ColdFire-reg-Microprocessors/GDB-can-t-read-core-files/td-p/70181

 sh3-linux-gdb ./myprogram --core=./core

It may be a bug in the old gdb http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=9542 - so try newer gdb (7) too.

Also possible that core was dumped in unsupported format. What is target's OS, version?

Can you post the output or readelf -a core ?

answered on Stack Overflow Aug 23, 2011 by osgx
1

Why iPhone app crash on device, not on simulator?

iphone
ios-simulator

This could be due to the fact that while the simulator is case insensitive, the device is case sensitive. Googling can help you to find other Q&A related to your issue.

For example, if you have a viewController called AppViewController and a NIB file called AppView, this code works on the simulator, but not on the device:

AppViewController *appViewController = [[AppViewController alloc] initWithNibName:@"appView" bundle:nil];

(note appView instead of AppView)

Try to check any file access in your app.

answered on Stack Overflow Feb 4, 2012 by Beppe • edited Feb 4, 2012 by Beppe
1

Why iPhone app crash on device, not on simulator?

iphone
ios-simulator

I have encountered the same problem but manged to solve it by just removing all OpenEars files from X-code (not only references but files in the project folder as well ) and re-adding them again.

In my case, the problem was my application could not recognize the MDEF file in my project folder, because my mdef file was corrupted or wrongly registered. I got this solution from here. Problem during mdef reading (model definition)

answered on Stack Overflow Mar 22, 2012 by yuta • edited Mar 22, 2012 by Parth Bhatt
1

Core dump note section

gdb
elf
coredump

Can someone give me directions on how is structured the Notes section?

The notes section is a concatenation of variable-sized note records. Each note record begins with ElfW(Nhdr) structure, followed by (variable sized) name (of length .n_namesz, padded so total size of name on disk is divisible by 4) and data (of length .n_descsz, similarly padded).

answered on Stack Overflow Jul 31, 2013 by Employed Russian • edited Jul 31, 2013 by Employed Russian
1

Core dump note section

gdb
elf
coredump

After some tests I figured things out, answering for anyone looking for this information :

Can someone confirm I am going the right way structuring my Elf file this way ?

Yes.

As GDB is accepting the file, this seems to be the right way of doing. Results shown by readelf -a show the correct structure, good so far.

I am not sure about where should lay the data (note & program sections) into my file : is there a mandatory order, or is this my program headers offset that define where the data is ?

Offsets given to Phdr.p_offset should point where the data lays in the Elf file. They start at the very beginning of the file.

For example :

The p_offset for the PT_NOTE program header should be set at sizeof(ElfW(Ehdr)) + ehdr.e_phnum*sizeof(ElfW(Phdr)). ehdr.e_phnum being the number of program header present in the Elf file.

For the PT_LOAD program header, this is a bit longer, cause we will also have to add length of all the note sections. For a "standard" core dump with a note segment containg NT_PRSTATUS, NT_PRPSINFO and NT_AUXV sections, offset for the PT_LOAD data (Phdr.p_offset) will be :

sizeof(ElfW(Ehdr)) + ehdr.e_phnum*sizeof(ElfW(Phdr))
+ sizeof(ElfW(Nhdr)) + sizeof(name_of_section) + sizeof(struct prstatus)
+ sizeof(ElfW(Nhdr)) + sizeof(name_of_section) + sizeof(struct prpsinfo)
+ sizeof(ElfW(Nhdr)) + sizeof(name_of_section) + sizeof(struct auxv_t)
answered on Stack Overflow Aug 1, 2013 by d6bels
1

XMS.NET fails when receiving JMS message with RFH2 header at ParseJmsFolder

c#
.net
jms
xms
rfh2

Is the sender application a JMS (or XMS) application or they hand crafting JMS headers? What version of XMS .NET are you using? Using RFHUtil,

I sent a message containing the JMS folder data your provided above and I see that XMS .NET V8.0 works fine. I also had to set the message type as jms_bytes. So I am wondering if the sender application is setting the message type correctly. Without the message type, application will get type casting error while receiving message.

answered on Stack Overflow Oct 30, 2015 by Shashi
0

iPad app crash on launch : Help me analyze this crash log

ipad
ios
crash

Looks like your app is receiving a memory warning as soon as it starts up. When you receive a memory warning, you're suppose to unload as much stuff from memory as you can, e.g. stuff you can reload from elsewhere (database, storage, etc).

Does your app pre-load a bunch of stuff when it starts up?

Also, you could have a memory leak which is only present under certain circumstances (e.g. the user has loaded the app before, done something and then that kicks off something when it starts up in the future). You could ask your users if they ever managed to load the app at all.

Have you tried running the static analyser on your code? (CMD-Shift-A)

And have you tried running your app under Instruments to watch for memory leaks?

answered on Stack Overflow Jan 19, 2011 by brindy
0

Windows 7 64-bit machine Blue Screen every time it wakes up from sleep

windows-7
bsod
sleep

It sounds like it's a hardware issue. You should probably call your computer manufacture. If you want to troubleshot it yourself you could try using system restore to undo recent software changes. This article might help you troubleshoot.

answered on Super User Sep 6, 2013 by tstew
0

BSOD 0xA0 on Windows XP

windows-xp
bsod
minidumps
windbg

This kind of error point out highly "power supply" problem. If you provide more details related to when the problem occurs(which program running what are you doing etc) this can speed up diagnosis process.

But if this problem occurs when your PC attempt to hibernate or sleep, then your problem is because the size of the hibernation file (hiberfil.sys) size is not large or big enough to save and store current contents loading in the system RAM or memory.

You can easily fix this;

1-Open a command prompt window with elevated administrator privileges. 2-Type the following command and press ENTER:

powercfg /hibernate /size 100

I hope it helps...

answered on Super User Aug 20, 2012 by Abd├╝lkerim Ak • edited Sep 14, 2012 by Dave
0

LD and NOLOAD sections: Understanding strange LMA value

linker
ld
linker-scripts

It seems my last comment is valid, as confirmed (at least to the extend of our interpretation of the manual) on the binutils ML

The warning where triggered by the "LMA goes backwards" scenario, and correctly updating LMA each time . is updated by hand is the correct way to go.

answered on Stack Overflow Dec 20, 2017 by Vinz
0

iMX6Q NAND Boot issue in WinCE

c
visual-studio
embedded
storage
windows-ce

Solved.

Eboot is booting from NAND now.

Correct data to be written for booting:

FCB:

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46 43 42 20 00 00 00 01 50 3c 19 06 00 00 00 00
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DBBT:

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38 10 a0 e3 f0 24 9f e5 02 10 80 e7 38 10 a0 e3
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3e 02 10 80 e7 38 10 a0 e3 59 2e a0 e3 02 10 80
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e5 02 10 80 e7 38 10 a0 e3 5a 2e a0 e3 02 10 80
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e3 75 2e a0 e3 02 10 80 e7 00 10 a0 e3 58 24 9f
e5 02 10 80 e7 02 18 a0 e3 50 24 9f e5 02 10 80
e7 38 10 a0 e3 48 24 9f e5 02 10 80 e7 02 17 a0
e3 40 24 9f e5 02 10 80 e7 3c 04 9f e5 02 19 a0
e3 1c 10 80 e5 02 19 a0 e3 30 24 9f e5 02 10 80
e7 2c 14 9f e5 5c 18 80 e5 24 14 9f e5 24 24 9f
e5 02 10 80 e7 20 14 9f e5 00 18 80 e5 18 14 9f
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e5 01 15 a0 e3 04 24 9f e5 02 10 80 e7 00 14 9f
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answered on Stack Overflow Feb 11, 2013 by GNKeshava • edited May 14, 2013 by GNKeshava
0

How to make the arm linker decompress the second correctly with "RW data compression"?

linker
embedded
arm

It seems your issue is that both load regions are declared to start at address 0.

From a quick read of the ARM doc I see two options to resolve it:

  1. Use one load region and two exec regions:

    LOAD_REGION_01 0x0
    {
       EXECUTION_REGION_01  0x0
       {
          ABC.o (+RO,+RW)
       }
       EXECUTION_REGION_02  0x100
       {
          DEF.o (+RO,+RW)
       }
    }
    
  2. Use two load regions with non-overlapping addresses. +0 should work if I'm reading it correctly.

    LOAD_REGION_01 0x0
    {
       EXECUTION_REGION_01  0x0
       {
          ABC.o (+RO,+RW)
       }
    }
    LOAD_REGION_02 +0
    {
       EXECUTION_REGION_02  0x100
       {
          DEF.o (+RO,+RW)
       }
    }
    
answered on Stack Overflow Jun 26, 2012 by Igor Skochinsky
0

iPad app crash on launch : Help me analyze this crash log

ipad
ios
crash

Your application is indeed getting a memory warning, but the reason of the crash seems to be that you are trying to access bad memory (for example, trying to access an object that's been released earlier) while trying to free up memory in response to the memory warning. In other words, the memory warning seems to be the indirect cause of your crash.

Brindy is right. The question is, are you loading any assets or data into memory on launch? If so, I'd suggest to postpone this until the application is up and running.

More importantly, however, is to check what your application does when it receives a memory warning. Memory warnings are nothing to be afraid of. You just have to make sure that you handle them correctly.

answered on Stack Overflow Jan 19, 2011 by Bart Jacobs
0

need help SolusVM Xen-pv error

linux
xen

Your PV DomU is looking for xvda1 and xvda2 while your config defines sda1 and sda2 instead.

Second Question: Make it a question of its own. The answer depends mainly on what your Dom0 needs and whether you want to balloon out the Dom0 or give it a fixed amount of RAM.

answered on Server Fault Nov 20, 2013 by Nils
0

How to upload a file with unique name in Visual Studio Webtest

visual-studio
load-testing
web-testing
webtest

Came up with some workaround. I generated code out of my .webtest and added Guid.NewGuid() to the value of fileName parameter. So the piece of code which generates Form Post Parameters looks like this:

FormPostHttpBody request2Body = new FormPostHttpBody();
request2Body.FormPostParameters.Add(new FileUploadParameter("null", "2mb.pdf", "application/pdf", true));
request2Body.FormPostParameters.Add("fileName", Guid.NewGuid() + "2mb.pdf");
request2.Body = request2Body;

Made a .loadtest based on this coded .webtest and it finally started adding Guids to the name of the files which are being uploaded during loadtest. Perhaps it's not the best solution, but attempts to delete fileName parameter, change the Name parameter value from null to something else, etc. didn't help.

answered on Stack Overflow Mar 19, 2018 by pavelnazimok • edited Mar 19, 2018 by pavelnazimok
0

Projection matrix causing inaccuracy in clip-space depth calculation?

c#
directx
direct3d
hlsl
slimdx

Your depth buffer always has the same value written into it because you have your projection matrix wrong. The value that actually gets written is the w-value so you need to juggle your matrix around a bit.

The DirectX documentation gives a good explanation of the perspective transform.

Basically your matrix should be as follows

W, 0, 0, 0
0, H, 0, 0
0, 0, Q, 1
0, 0, P, 0

Where

W = 1.0f / tanf( fovHoriz / 2 );
H = 1.0f / tanf( fovVert  / 2 );
Q = zFar / (zFar - zNear);
P = -Q * zNear;
answered on Stack Overflow May 20, 2013 by Goz • edited May 23, 2017 by Community
-1

How to use cross gdb to examine core file from crosstarget machine

c
linux
gdb
cross-compiling
gdbserver

It is possible to debug your application, not with gdb directly but with gdb server. The first thing you have to do is to call gdbserver in the target system (you said in your question that this package is already installed) :

gdbserver AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD:port ./myprogram

It is assume that the target machine is accessible to an IP address : AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD:port. Once, you have done that, you can call gdb in your development machine by specifying the target remote server :

   % gdb ./myprogram
   % [...]
   (gdb) target remote AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD:port

Note that the target remote server IP address are the same of the gdbserver.

answered on Stack Overflow Jul 21, 2011 by Dimitri

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  3. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc231198.aspx

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