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Microsoft KB Archive/103202

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Hotfix for GPF or TCPIP_NODE Service Ring 3 Trap

Last reviewed: September 30, 1994
Article ID: Q103202

Problem ID: lanman23.1176

SUMMARY

In LAN Manager 2.1a and 2.2 an OS/2 workstation or server running the TCPIP_NODE service may experience a general protection fault or a ring 3 trap in the TCPIP_NODE service. The trap information will look like:

  TRAP 000D

  AX=1DC4 BX=0180 cx=432D DX=8DE4 BP=1DA6
  SI=009C DI=1DC4 DS=00C7 ES=0307 FLG=2246
  CS=0047 IP=48C1 SS=0307 SP=1DA0 MSW=001B
  CSLIM=A06A SSLIM=1FFF DSLIM=4B8F ESLIM=1FFF
  CSACC=FB SSACC=F3 DSACC=F3 ESACC=F3
  ERRCD=3182 ERLIM=**** ERACC=**

You are given the option to terminate the program or continue, but the server's ability to perform may be limited.

CAUSE

The node service did not allocate enough memory for incoming messages, causing it to overwrite its stack.

RESOLUTION

Microsoft hotfix CSD00.043 replaces NODE.EXE and allocates a larger incoming message buffer. Since hotfixes do not go through the normal testing that releases or patches do, please use with caution.

To get CSD00.043 please contact Microsoft support. This fix will be included in the next release of LAN Manager (after 2.2).


KBCategory: kbnetwork

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Additional reference words: 2.20 2.2 2.10a 2.1a hub tcp/ip routers wan


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Last reviewed: September 30, 1994
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