Event ID 1008 in Application Log


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Guest

Since applying MS update KB829019 (Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0) on my
Exchange 2000 Server, I'm getting multiple Event ID 1008 errors in my
application log. Error reads as follows:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: Perflib
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1008
Date: 11/10/2005
Time: 1:34:03 PM
User: N/A
Computer: MAIL01
Description:
The Open Procedure for service "ASP.NET_2.0.50727" in DLL
"C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_perf.dll" failed.
Performance data for this service will not be available. Status code
returned is data DWORD 0.
Data:
0000: b7 00 07 80 ·..€

This error is filling up my application log. Any assistance would be greatly
appreciated.
 
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Nick

Hi,

It sounds like you have an orphend entry within your registry for performance monitoring.

Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\<service name>:\Performance

then delete the 'Open' string below this.


Basically, the Performance Monitoring File Indexing has got a bit screwed. (since you installed that hotfix, its most likely not their.)

The Service Name will most likely be something along the lines of ASP.NET_2.0.50727

Hope this helps!

Cheers,

Nick
 
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Mike Rosado [MSFT]

Hi LSI,

You can use the following article to rebuild your performance counters or
contact Microsoft Product Support Services and request to speak with a
Support Engineer in the Platforms Performance group to get a tool call PCRW
(Performance Counter Rebuild Wizard) that automates the process.

300956 How to manually rebuild Performance Counter Library values
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=300956

--------------------
Hope this helps,
Mike Rosado
Windows 2000 MCSE + MCDBA
Microsoft Enterprise Platform Support
Windows NT/2000/2003 Cluster Technologies

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Dave Patrick

From a command prompt;

winmgmt /clearadap
winmgmt /resyncperf

may help.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/wmisdk/wmi/winmgmt.asp

I think you'll get these also if the service is not started. In this case
disable the counters.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/reskit/tools/existing/exctrlst-o.asp

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Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
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:
| Since applying MS update KB829019 (Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0) on my
| Exchange 2000 Server, I'm getting multiple Event ID 1008 errors in my
| application log. Error reads as follows:
| Event Type: Error
| Event Source: Perflib
| Event Category: None
| Event ID: 1008
| Date: 11/10/2005
| Time: 1:34:03 PM
| User: N/A
| Computer: MAIL01
| Description:
| The Open Procedure for service "ASP.NET_2.0.50727" in DLL
| "C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_perf.dll" failed.
| Performance data for this service will not be available. Status code
| returned is data DWORD 0.
| Data:
| 0000: b7 00 07 80 ·..€
|
| This error is filling up my application log. Any assistance would be
greatly
| appreciated.
|
 
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Mike Rosado [MSFT]

Hi Rudy,

Just post back to the newsgroup if the PCRW (Performance Counter Rebuild
Wizard) helped you automate the rebuild process of the performance counters
for ASP.NET causeing the Event ID 1008.

--------------------
Hope that helps,
Mike Rosado
Windows 2000 MCSE + MCDBA
Microsoft Enterprise Platform Support
Windows NT/2000/2003 Cluster Technologies

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that others may learn and benefit from your issue.
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Jetze Mellema \(MS MVP\)

Mike Rosado said:
You can use the following article to rebuild your performance counters or
contact Microsoft Product Support Services and request to speak with a
Support Engineer in the Platforms Performance group to get a tool call
PCRW
(Performance Counter Rebuild Wizard) that automates the process.

Is this tool available for the public already?
 
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Mike Rosado [MSFT]

Hi Jetze,

No, it's only available if you contact Microsoft Product Support Services
and request to speak with a Support Engineer in the Platforms Performance
group to get a tool and have them explain to you how to use it.

--------------------
Hope this helps,
Mike Rosado
Windows 2000 MCSE + MCDBA
Microsoft Enterprise Platform Support
Windows NT/2000/2003 Cluster Technologies

====================================================
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that others may learn and benefit from your issue.
====================================================

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-----Original Message-----
 
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Jetze Mellema \(MS MVP\)

Mike said:
No, it's only available if you contact Microsoft Product Support
Services and request to speak with a Support Engineer in the
Platforms Performance group to get a tool and have them explain to
you how to use it.

Thanks Mike, I did already. It's a great tool and it saves a lot of work.
 

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