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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8325] - operation attempted on something not a socket. winnt_accept: AcceptEx failed. Attempting to recover.
Date Fri, 30 Aug 2002 18:53:21 GMT
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operation attempted on something not a socket. winnt_accept: AcceptEx failed. Attempting to
recover.

osbornk@yahoo.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|RESOLVED                    |REOPENED
         Resolution|WORKSFORME                  |



------- Additional Comments From osbornk@yahoo.com  2002-08-30 18:53 -------
Here is some more information. I have two computers, a laptop and a desktop, 
both running Windows 2000 Professional and Service Pack 2. Both are fresh 
installs of Apache 2.0.40 with no extra modules.

This started on my laptop. I had IIS 5.0 running (worked fine). I uninstalled 
IIS, and installed Apache 2.0.40 instead. As soon as it started running, I 
noticed my hard disk kept on spinning. Sure enough, the error log was full of 
these messages:

[error] (32358)An operation was attempted on something that is not a 
socket.   : winnt_accept: AcceptEx failed. Attempting to recover.

These message kept on appearing until I stopped Apache. I also verified that I 
could telnet to port 80, but I could not display a web page in my browser.

Since it was asked, my TCP/IP Advanced Options have IP secuirty turned off and 
TCP/IP filtering turned off and set to Permit All.

I have also since upgraded to Service Pack 3 on my laptop, but nothing worked.

On my desktop, I installed Apache and did not have any problems. Except for the 
different IP addresses, these were identical installations. So, there seems to 
be something in my system that is affecting Apache. However, I have seen many 
messages on newsgroups that lead me to believe it is a common enough problem.

Let me know if there is any assistance I can offer.

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