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PowerDynamo and Netscape

2 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-02-25 18:13:08.0Z
Jeff Bowers Posted on 2000-02-24 23:02:26.0Z
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I have PowerDynamo 3.5 install on a Windows NT Server 4.0 SP5 machine.
The web server installed on the machine is Netscape Enterprise Server
3.6 running in secure mode. In the PD readme file it says to use
dy3ns02.dll in the object.conf file for the NSAPI server. Is this still
true because I see there is a dy3ns03.dll in the powerdynamo/win32
directory?? We are having all kinds of problems with the web server
process either hanging up, sucking down all of the CPU or just going
south all together. It seems to be PowerDynamo that is causing all of
the problems because we run the same configuration minus PD without any
problems. Has anybody had the same kind of problems or have any ideas on
what we can do to make the thing halfway solid???

TIA
Jeff


Jeff Bowers Posted on 2000-02-25 18:13:08.0Z
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Just to note, I have used the dy3ns03.dll also and still have the same
problems. Is anybody out there using PD 3.5 successfully with the secure
Netscape Enterprise Server 3.6 or am I on the bleeding edge????

Jeff

Jeff Bowers wrote:

> I have PowerDynamo 3.5 install on a Windows NT Server 4.0 SP5 machine.
> The web server installed on the machine is Netscape Enterprise Server
> 3.6 running in secure mode. In the PD readme file it says to use
> dy3ns02.dll in the object.conf file for the NSAPI server. Is this still
> true because I see there is a dy3ns03.dll in the powerdynamo/win32
> directory?? We are having all kinds of problems with the web server
> process either hanging up, sucking down all of the CPU or just going
> south all together. It seems to be PowerDynamo that is causing all of
> the problems because we run the same configuration minus PD without any
> problems. Has anybody had the same kind of problems or have any ideas on
> what we can do to make the thing halfway solid???
>
> TIA
> Jeff