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    • By GregFreeman
      I have been getting some hard crashes in my built application and I have some strange feeling (although it's just a guess) that it is related to a combination of using the database toolkit in a pool of workers that are launched by the start async call node. Their job is to sit there and monitor a directory then parse data files and throw their contents at the database through a stored procedure call. All my hardware comms (2 instruments) are using scpi commands through VISA GPIB and TCP so I think the risk that those are causing crashes is relatively low.
      Active X inside a bunch of parallel threads seems far more risky, even though as far as I can tell adodb should be thread safe, and each thread manages its own, unshared connection. These crashes are happening ~once a day on multiple test stations. I have sent the crash dumps to NI but am waiting to hear back. Right now I am grasping at straws because when I look at the dump file it's pointing me to function calls in the lvrt dll which does nothing for me. 
      I am mostly just looking for any debugging suggestions or direction to getting this resolved more efficiently than just disabling code one loop at a time. I'm also curious if anyone has seen something similar. For the time being, I have reduced my number of workers to 1 in case it is a thread safety issue. I have also considered getting rid of that DB toolkit and leveraging .NET, even though I think that is just a wrapper around the same calls. Looking inside the database toolkit VIs alone scares me.
      FWIW I am using LabVIEW 2013 in this application.
      Thanks!
       
    • By Tomi Maila
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    • By gmiles
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=v6X4QkYQTZU&feature=youtu.be
    • By _Y_
      We use USB-connected Microsoft Smart Card Reader. The devise crashes sometimes. It does not happen often thus search for the reason could take time.
      The only way to get the devise functioning again, is to open Device Manager, click Uninstall then Scan for hardware changes (that installs the Reader again).
      Is there any method to do this from LabVIEW? I.e. send commands to reinstall the USB device?
      I know this could be a bad fix. However, it can help in long-time tests (while we are searching for reason of these crushes).
      Thank you
    • By ShaunR
      LVA-Tools.Co.Uk is having a Post NI Week Bonanza with 40% off all commercial toolkits..
      Offer is available for one week so grab the opportunity to secure your business data and websocket that application.
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