Ortorea

Member
  • Content Count

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Ortorea

  • Rank
    New Member
  • Birthday 10/15/1959

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    UK
  • Interests
    Spiritual and Computers Automation Scripts, Microsoft likes to add lots of annoying pop up windows that are pointless, I like to get rid of them.
  1. OH BTW If your wondering what the PINGS are for, it is to actively make sure some traffic is sent on the network which changes the memory use of OA. Michelle
  2. Dear Forum Veteran, Yes in fact I have tried several versions I am however now using the latest version Re-installed yesterday, this is very strange it has something to do with how OA interfaces with my network adapter, as when the CPU goes high usage, nothing will connect to the Internet like my Network stack is locked out, mirc for example cannot connect, and over the last 1 year (Yes VERY long term problem) I have written a very elaborate batch file perhaps it will help you assist me if I share this with you ? Basically it checks to make sure C:\Program Files\Emsisoft\Online Armor\oasrv.exe is actively using memory and that the memory usage is not stuck. It seems that many programs just stop running, even my batch file, and it is often impossible to start a new process or cmd prompt, the strangest thing is sometimes my entire drive D: vanishes for my computer, and after a reset or reboot depending on the stability of my system, it comes back as normal after a reset or reboot. This ONLY happens when HIPS is turned on, as I use this PC as a voice chat and ftp server it is MOSTLY unattended so is not used for general web browsing so it is very annoying when it locks up and even my batch file cannot recover it, I am aware Online Armor gives the best protection which is why I use it. Michelle My Batch file is below @echo off setlocal enabledelayedexpansion set confirm="E:\Program Files\Automation" set alert="E:\drive-bad.txt" cls :: ----------------------------------------------------------------- set DEFRAGTRUE=DriveDefrag.exe :: IF DEFRAG RUNNING SKIP CHECKING :: for /f "tokens=*" %%1 in ('tasklist /nh ^|find "%DEFRAGTRUE%"') do ( for /f "tokens=5" %%A in ("%%1") do ( set DEFRAG=%%A ) ) if "%DEFRAG%"=="" goto continue >> "C:\state\status.txt" echo BUSY Defraging Disks at T: %TIME% D: %DATE% && echo BUSY Defraging Disks at T: %TIME% D: %DATE% sleep 5 cls goto end :continue :: ----------------------------------------------------------------- :: IF YOU HAVE NO SLEEP OR WAIT COM FILE THIS BATCH IS USELESS as :: some tests require a wait to ensure DIFFERENT memory value's if not exist sleep.com goto end :: ------------------------------------------------------------- :: This is the ACTUAL PROGRAM Under TEST - i.e. application.exe set appname=oasrv.exe :: ------------------------------------------------------------- ping -n 1 google.com > nul for /f "tokens=*" %%1 in ('tasklist /nh ^|find "%appname%"') do ( for /f "tokens=5" %%A in ("%%1") do ( set memuse1=%%A ) ) :: ------------------------------------------------------------- echo %appname% MEMORY USE = %memuse1% kb sleep 160 cls ping -n 1 yahoo.com > nul for /f "tokens=*" %%1 in ('tasklist /nh ^|find "%appname%"') do ( for /f "tokens=5" %%A in ("%%1") do ( set memuse2=%%A ) ) :: ------------------------------------------------------------- :: echo **************************************************** echo * Previous Memory usage of %appname% was: %memuse1% kb * echo * Currently Memory usage of %appname% is: %memuse2% kb * echo **************************************************** echo. :: ------------------------------------------------------------- sleep 80 cls ping -n 1 217.47.73.143 > nul && set val1= < nul && echo %val1% for /f "tokens=*" %%1 in ('tasklist /nh ^|find "%appname%"') do ( for /f "tokens=5" %%A in ("%%1") do ( set memuse3=%%A ) ) :: ------------------------------------------------------------- echo ************************************ echo * %appname% MEMORY USE = %memuse1% kb * echo * %appname% MEMORY USE = %memuse2% kb * echo * %appname% MEMORY USE = %memuse3% kb * echo ************************************ echo. sleep 80 cls for /f "tokens=*" %%1 in ('tasklist /nh ^|find "%appname%"') do ( for /f "tokens=5" %%A in ("%%1") do ( set memuse4=%%A ) ) :: ------------------------------------------------------------- :: echo **************************************************** echo * Previous Memory usage of %appname% was: %memuse1% kb * echo * Previous Memory usage of %appname% was: %memuse2% kb * echo * Previous Memory usage of %appname% was: %memuse3% kb * echo * Currently Memory usage of %appname% is: %memuse4% kb * echo **************************************************** :: ------------------------------------------------------------- echo. IF "%memuse1%"=="%memuse2%" ( echo. Test mode variables 1 and 2 are SAME echo. GoTo check2 ) ELSE ( echo. Test mode variables 1 and 2 are DIFFERENT echo. ) goto done :: ------------------------------------------------------------- :check2 IF "%memuse3%"=="%memuse4%" ( echo. Test mode variables 3 and 4 are SAME echo. GoTo check3 ) ELSE ( echo. Test mode variables 3 and 4 are DIFFERENT echo. ) goto done :: ------------------------------------------------------------- :check3 IF "%memuse1%"=="%memuse4%" ( echo. Test mode variables 1 and 4 are SAME echo. GoTo commands ) ELSE ( echo. Test mode variables 1 and 4 are DIFFERENT echo. ) goto done echo ********************************************* :: ------------------------------------------------------------- :: ------------------------------------------------------------- :: REM OUT BELOW FOR SAFETY :commands cls. echo commands running >> "C:\state\bad.txt" echo baddrv echo y > %confirm%\confirm.txt chkdsk C: /F < %confirm%\confirm.txt chkdsk D: /R /F < %confirm%\confirm.txt chkdsk E: /R /F < %confirm%\confirm.txt if exist wizmo.exe wizmo play=notify.wav echo commands running if not exist %alert% shutdown /r /f && if exist wizmo.exe wizmo play=oops.wav && set cond=REBOOT if exist %alert% shutdown /s /f && if exist wizmo.exe wizmo play=shuttingdown.wav && set cond=SHUTDOWN >> "C:\state\status.txt" echo PC Instability Time: %TIME% Date: %DATE% NETWORK PC Auto %cond% (security-live.bat) echo bad > %alert% endlocal sleep 55 :: NOT SUITABLE FOR REQUIRMENTS :: reset session 0 goto end :: ------------------------------------------------------------- :done if exist %alert% del %alert% :: WAITS FOR USER TO READ SCREEN CONTENTS sleep 20 cls :: *************************************************************** :: echo **** CHECK FOR PROGRAM SUCCESS IF FAIL REBOOT ********* if exist C:\fsie del C:\fsie echo. echo Find PID of process which contains IMAGENAME eq FileZilla Server Interface.exe Tasklist /FI "IMAGENAME eq FileZilla Server Interface.exe" /FO "CSV" /NH >C:\fsie sleep 5 cls :: .......................................... :: Filtering out PID of the process list For /F "tokens=1-5* delims=," %%A in (C:\fsie) Do ( set Txt=%%B Echo !Txt:^"=!>C:\fsie1) ) echo "C:\fsie" sleep 3 cls if exist C:\tmp_fsie1.txt del C:\tmp_fsie1.txt if "C:\fsie"=="" echo C:\fsie1 NOT EXIST && echo failed_fsie1 > C:\tmp_fsie1.txt && >> "C:\state\status.txt" echo failed_fsie1 && call Restart.bat if not "C:\fsie"=="" echo C:\fsie1 EXISTS && if exist C:\tmp_fsie1.txt del C:\tmp_fsie1.txt sleep 10 cls :: *************************************************************** if exist %alert% del %alert% if exist "C:\state\bad.txt" del "C:\state\bad.txt" :end endlocal color cls
  3. Dear Support, I have observed a long term problem with Online Armor's HIPS feature on my server PC, it eats all the CPU cycles and I set-up a batch file to check the status of the program and reboot the PC via a chkdsk on the reboot which fixes what ever the problem is. I suspect Online Armor is not able to finish writing a file during a former pre-scheduled shut-down which is on a time schedule each day. I need a solution OR a way to reduce the CPU priority to below normal on OA to enable my Batch file to run properly to reboot, (as when this situation occurs everything on the PC stalls out, and I end up with a whole load of delayed processes all trying to run at once, further de-stabilising the PC), I need my Batch file to complete the reboot command in chkdsk mode cycle, as the PC becomes totally unresponsive due to online armor using cpu as high as 95% and not allowng my batch file, or any other process to run to complete the reboot cycle. I have enclosed some important specifications below to assist in finding a solution. Regards Michelle --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600 (WinXP Retail) Date 2011-11-18 Time 20:01 Computer: Computer Type ACPI Uniprocessor PC Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition OS Service Pack Service Pack 3 Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702 DirectX 4.09.00.0904 (DirectX 9.0c) Computer Name GARAGEPC User Name xxxx Logon Domain xxxxxxxxx Date / Time 2011-11-18 / 20:01 Motherboard: CPU Type Intel Celeron, 2400 MHz Motherboard Name MSI 651M-L (MS-7005) (3 PCI, 1 AGP, 1 CNR, 2 DDR DIMM, Audio, Video, LAN) Motherboard Chipset SiS 651 System Memory 768 MB (PC2700 DDR SDRAM) DIMM1: 512 MB PC2700 DDR SDRAM (3.0-4-4-8 @ 166 MHz) DIMM2: Kingston K 256 MB PC2700 DDR SDRAM (2.5-3-3-7 @ 166 MHz) (2.0-3-3-6 @ 133 MHz) BIOS Type Award (10/06/04) Communication Port Communications Port (COM1) Communication Port ECP Printer Port (LPT1) Display: Video Adapter NVIDIA Quadro4 900 XGL (128 MB) 3D Accelerator nVIDIA Quadro4 900XGL Monitor Acer AL1715 [17" LCD] (ETL2102177) Multimedia: Audio Adapter Realtek ALC655 @ SiS 7012 Audio Device Storage: IDE Controller SiS PCI IDE Controller Storage Controller ALSAQL6Q IDE Controller Storage Controller NERO IMAGEDRIVE SCSI Controller Floppy Drive Floppy disk drive Disk Drive ExcelStor Technology J360 (60 GB, 7200 RPM, Ultra-ATA/100) Disk Drive Maxtor 6Y080L0 (80 GB, 7200 RPM, Ultra-ATA/133) Optical Drive DGVM 5Q34TAV4DQR SCSI CdRom Device Optical Drive DVDRW IDE1008 (DVD+RW:8x/4x, DVD-RW:4x/2x, DVD-ROM:12x, CD:40x/24x/40x DVD+RW/DVD-RW) Optical Drive NERO IMAGEDRIVE2 SCSI CdRom Device (Virtual CD-ROM) Optical Drive NERO IMAGEDRIVE2 SCSI CdRom Device (Virtual CD-ROM) SMART Hard Disks Status OK Partitions: C: (NTFS) 17084 MB (7451 MB free) D: (FAT32) 2019 MB (1193 MB free) E: (FAT32) 39978 MB (2911 MB free) I: (NTFS) 33996 MB (924 MB free) J: (NTFS) 22622 MB (141 MB free) Total Size 113.0 GB (12.3 GB free) Input: Keyboard HID Keyboard Device Mouse HID-compliant mouse Network: Primary IP Address 10.10.2.10 Primary MAC Address 00-11-09-01-CB-3F Network Adapter SiS 900-Based PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter (10.10.2.10) [ Motherboard ] Motherboard Properties: Manufacturer MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD Product MS-7005 [ Chassis ] Chassis Properties: Chassis Type Desktop Case [ Memory Controller ] Memory Controller Properties: Error Detection Method None Error Correction None Supported Memory Interleave 1-Way Current Memory Interleave 1-Way Supported Memory Types DIMM, SDRAM Supported Memory Voltages 3.3V Maximum Memory Module Size 1024 MB Memory Slots 2 [ Processors / Intel® Celeron® CPU ] Processor Properties: Manufacturer Intel Version Intel® Celeron® CPU External Clock 100 MHz Maximum Clock 4000 MHz Current Clock 2400 MHz Type Central Processor Voltage 1.5 V Status Enabled Upgrade ZIF Socket Designation Socket 478 [ Caches / Internal Cache ] Cache Properties: Type Internal Status Enabled Operational Mode Write-Back Maximum Size 20 KB Installed Size 20 KB Supported SRAM Type Synchronous Current SRAM Type Synchronous Socket Designation Internal Cache [ Caches / External Cache ] Cache Properties: Type External Status Enabled Operational Mode Write-Back Maximum Size 128 KB Installed Size 128 KB Supported SRAM Type Synchronous Current SRAM Type Synchronous Socket Designation External Cache [ Memory Modules / A0 ] Memory Module Properties: Socket Designation A0 Type DIMM, SDRAM Installed Size 512 MB Enabled Size 512 MB [ Memory Modules / A1 ] Memory Module Properties: Socket Designation A1 Type DIMM, SDRAM Installed Size 256 MB Enabled Size 256 MB [ Memory Devices / A0 ] Memory Device Properties: Form Factor DIMM Type SDRAM Type Detail Synchronous Size 512 MB Total Width 64-bit Data Width 64-bit Device Locator A0 Bank Locator Bank0/1 Manufacturer None Serial Number None Asset Tag None Part Number None [ Memory Devices / A1 ] Memory Device Properties: Form Factor DIMM Type SDRAM Type Detail Synchronous Size 256 MB Total Width 64-bit Data Width 64-bit Device Locator A1 Bank Locator Bank2/3 Manufacturer None Serial Number None Asset Tag None Part Number None [ System Slots / PCI0 ] System Slot Properties: Slot Designation PCI0 Type PCI Usage Empty Data Bus Width 32-bit Length Long [ System Slots / PCI1 ] System Slot Properties: Slot Designation PCI1 Type PCI Usage Empty Data Bus Width 32-bit Length Long [ System Slots / PCI2 ] System Slot Properties: Slot Designation PCI2 Type PCI Usage Empty Data Bus Width 32-bit Length Long [ System Slots / AGP ] System Slot Properties: Slot Designation AGP Type AGP Usage Empty Data Bus Width 32-bit Length Long