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Internal Errors

Internal errors are due to faulty logic or coding in the program. Common types of internal errors include:

  • Bounds errors;

  • Inserting a null pointer into a collection;

  • Attempting to use a bad date.

All of these errors should be preventable. For example, you always know the permissible range of indices for an array, so you can probably avoid a bounds error. You would correct your program's use of a bad date as an obvious logic error.

Internal errors can be further classified according to the cost of error detection, and whether or not the error will be detected at run time. The two categories are:

  • Non-recoverable internal errors;

  • Recoverable internal errors.

Non-recoverable Internal Errors

Non-recoverable internal errors share the following distinguishing characteristics. They are:

  • Easily predicted in advance;

  • Encountered at relatively low levels;

  • Costly to detect;

  • Detected only in the debug version of the library.

Non-recoverable internal errors by definition have no recovery mechanism. Examples of these errors include bounds errors, and inserting a null pointer into a collection.

Why does a library define some errors as unrecoverable? Because detecting errors takes time. For performance reasons, a library demands some minimal level of correctness on the part of your program, and pitches anything that falls short. Errors are non-recoverable in the sense that the production version of the library has no mechanism for detecting such errors and, hence, no opportunity for recovering from them.

Bounds errors are non-recoverable because the cost of checking to make sure an index is in range can well exceed the cost of the array access itself. If a program does a lot of array accesses, checking every one may result in a slow program. To avoid this, the library may require you to always use a valid index. Because a minimum level of correctness is demanded, non-recoverable errors are simple in concept and relatively easy to avoid.

You can best discover and eliminate non-recoverable errors by compiling and linking your application with the debug version of the library. See The Debug Version of Tools.h++ for details. The debug version includes lots of extra checks designed to uncover coding errors. Some of these checks may take extra time, or even cause debug messages to be printed out, so you will want to compile and link with the production version for an efficient final product.

If the debug version of the library discovers an error, it typically aborts the program.

Recoverable Internal Errors

Recoverable internal errors are similar to their non-recoverable relatives in that they are easy to predict and occur at low levels. They differ in that they are:

  • Not costly to detect;

  • Detected in both the debug and the production versions of the library.

A bounds error in a linked list or an attempt to use an invalid date are both examples of recoverable internal errors. The library's response to these errors is to throw an exception inheriting from RWInternalErr.

The production version of the library can check for recoverable internal errors because the cost is relatively low. For example, to find a bounds error in a linked list, the cost of walking the list will far exceed the cost of detecting whether the index is in bounds. Hence, you can afford to check for a bounds error on every access.

If an error is discovered, the library will throw an exception inheriting from RWInternalErr, as we have mentioned. Here's what it looks like when Tools.h++ throws an exception:

// Find link "i"; the index must be in range: RWIsvSlink* RWIsvSlist::at(size_t i) const { if (i >= entries()){ if(RW_NPOS == i) RWTHROW( RWBoundsErr( RWMessage( RWTOOL_NPOSINDEX))); else RWTHROW( RWBoundsErr( RWMessage( RWTOOL_INDEXERR, (unsigned)i, (unsigned)entries()) )); } register RWIsvSlink* link = head_.next_; while (i--) link = link->next_; return link; }

In this code, note how the function always attempts to detect a bounds error. If it finds one, it throws an instance of RWBoundsErr, a class that inherits from RWInternalErr. This instance contains an internationalized message, discussed in Chapter 16 (Localizing Messages). The macro is discussed in Chapter 19 (Return Type of operator>>()).

Throwing an exception gives you the opportunity to catch and possibly recover the exception. However, because the internal logic of the program has been compromised, most likely you will want to attempt to save the document you are working on, and abort the program.


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Internal errors are due 3d max image io error faulty logic or coding internal sofware error the program. Common types of internal errors include:

  • Bounds errors;

  • Inserting a null pointer into a collection;

  • Attempting to use a bad date.

All of these errors should be preventable. For example, you always know the permissible range of indices for an array, so you can probably avoid a bounds error. You would correct your program's use of a bad date as an obvious logic error.

Internal errors can be further classified according to the cost of error detection, and whether or not the error will be detected at run time. The two categories are:

  • Non-recoverable internal errors;

  • Recoverable internal errors.

Non-recoverable Internal Errors

Non-recoverable internal errors share the following distinguishing characteristics. They are:

  • Easily predicted in advance;

  • Encountered at relatively low levels;

  • Costly to detect;

  • Detected only in the debug version of the library.

Non-recoverable internal errors by definition have no recovery mechanism. Examples of these errors include bounds errors, and inserting a null pointer into a collection.

Why does a library define some errors as unrecoverable? Because detecting errors takes time. For performance reasons, a library demands some minimal level of correctness on the part of your internal sofware error, and pitches anything that falls short. Errors are non-recoverable in the sense that the production version of the library has no mechanism for detecting such errors and, internal sofware error, hence, no opportunity for recovering from them.

Bounds errors are non-recoverable because the cost of checking to make sure an index is in range can well exceed the cost of the array access itself. If a program does a lot of array accesses, checking every one may result in a slow program. To avoid this, the library may require you to always use a valid index. Because a minimum level of correctness is demanded, non-recoverable errors are simple in concept and relatively easy to avoid.

You can best discover and eliminate non-recoverable errors by compiling and linking your application with the debug version of the library. See The Debug Version of Tools.h++ for details. The debug version includes lots of extra checks designed to uncover coding errors, internal sofware error. Some of these checks may take extra time, internal sofware error, or even cause debug messages to be printed out, so you will want to compile and link with the production version for an efficient final product.

If the debug version of the library discovers an error, it typically aborts the program.

Recoverable Internal Errors

Recoverable internal errors are similar to their non-recoverable relatives in that they are easy to predict and occur at low levels. They differ in that they are:

  • Not costly to detect;

  • Detected in both the debug and the production versions of the library.

A bounds error in a linked list or an attempt to use an sql error code = - 104 date are both examples of recoverable internal errors. The library's response to these errors is to throw an exception inheriting from RWInternalErr.

The production version of the library can check for recoverable internal errors because the cost is relatively low. For example, to find a bounds error in a linked list, the cost of walking the list will far exceed the cost of detecting whether the index is in bounds. Hence, fcs error mpdus can afford to check for a bounds error on every access.

If an error is discovered, the library will throw an exception inheriting from RWInternalErr, as we have mentioned. Here's what it looks like when Tools.h++ throws an exception:

// Find link "i"; the index must be in range: RWIsvSlink* RWIsvSlist::at(size_t i) const { if (i >= entries()){ if(RW_NPOS == i) RWTHROW( RWBoundsErr( RWMessage( RWTOOL_NPOSINDEX))); else RWTHROW( RWBoundsErr( RWMessage( RWTOOL_INDEXERR, (unsigned)i, (unsigned)entries()) )); } register RWIsvSlink* link = head_.next_; while (i--) link = link->next_; return link; }

In this code, note how the function always attempts to detect a bounds error. If it finds one, it throws an instance of RWBoundsErr, a class that inherits from RWInternalErr. This instance contains an internationalized message, discussed in Chapter 16 (Localizing Messages). The macro is discussed in Chapter 19 (Return Type of operator>>()).

Throwing an exception gives you the opportunity to catch and possibly recover the exception. However, because the internal logic of the program has been compromised, internal sofware error, most likely you will want to attempt to save the document you are working on, and abort the program.


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Upon checking the logs, there is a missing method which is part of httpclient-4.5.x library.

May 01, 2018 6:51:01 AM com.thirdbrigade.manager.core.scheduler.jobschedulers.jobs.Job run SEVERE: ThID:151 Exception in java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.apache.http.client.methods.HttpPost.setConfig(Lorg/apache/http/client/config/RequestConfig;)V

In addition, the file list shows the following:

D:\Program Files\Trend Micro\Deep Security Manager\webclient\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\lib\httpclient-4.2.5.jar - 433368

The issue occurs because Deep Security Manager is still using the old library. It is possible that this section was not upgraded during the upgrade process from version 9.6 to 10.0.

To resolve the issue:

  1. On the Internal sofware error Server, back up the Deep Security Manager database and make sure it is not corrupted. ​​

     

    In case you have an SQL Server administrator, you may ask for assistance in performing the database backup.

  2. Run the Deep Security Manager 10.0 installer.
  3. When the wizard shows an option to repair, stop the Deep Security Manager services and click Repair in the installation wizard.
  4. After completing the repair, go to .\Deep Security Manager\webclient\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\lib and verify that there are no multiple copies of java libraries. It should only display the newer version (httpclient-4.5.2.jar).
  5. Reboot the Deep Security Manager server.
  6. Perform necessary checks (e.g. vCenter sync) to ensure that Deep Security Manager is working.

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Sinamics G120D and fault code F1649 - Internal Software error

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           Hello, I have Sinamics G120D drive
CU240D-2 PN Siemens 6SL3544-0FB20-1FA0, firmware version 4708318
PM250D Siemens 6SL3525-0PE17-5AA1, 0,75kW, 3x400VAC
PLC is with TIA project and password protected. I have no access clr20r3 windows 7 error it program.
Sinamics G120D configured as U/f-control, Safety Integrated via ProfiNET. Motor runs simple conveyor.
It is working normally, but about ones per 3.6 months it faulted with code
F1649 - SI P1 (CU): Internal Software error (1029_0DF hex)
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- carry out a POWER ON (switch-off/switch-on).
- re-commission the "Safety Integrated" function and carry out a POWER ON.
- contact Technical Support.
Point 2. Re-commission the "Safety Integrated" function.
How to do it if PLC programm is password protected.
Do you have any recommendation or another way how to fix F1649 fault?
Two Starter print-screens and Starter project from online are here.
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