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Postby mattz » 12. Aug 2008, 21:00

how many times....? :?

1. post your VBoxVmService.ini-file!

2. check your VirtualBox.xml-file for relative links and change them to absolute values (as described by nimrod three or four posts earlier)

3. try using BRUTEFORCE as a startup option parameter (all caps)

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Postby diogoscs » 12. Aug 2008, 21:39

Sorry :D like we said in my land "foi mal!!"

This is my .ini file....

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[Settings]
ServiceName=VBoxVmService
PathToVBoxSDL=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxSDL.exe
PathToVBoxVRDP=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxHeadless.exe
PathToVBoxManage=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxManage.exe
RunAsUser=administrador
RunAtDomain=ibeu
UserPassword=*******
[Vm0]
VmName=Bibsrv
CommandLineUp=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\vms\startup.exe 0 BRUTEFORCE
CommandLineDown=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\vms\shutdown.exe 0
WorkingDir=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\vms
StartupMethod=vrdp
ShutdownMethod=savestate
VrdpPort=3390


I read about the relatives names, but to me everything's ok...
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<MachineEntry uuid="{ca2410bc-85e9-4572-b798-7058a40f3f83}" src="C:\Documents and Settings\administrador\.VirtualBox\Machines\Bibsrv\Bibsrv.xml"/>

.....

<VirtualDiskImage filePath="C:\Documents and Settings\administrador\.VirtualBox\VDI\Bibsrv.vdi"/>
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Postby mattz » 12. Aug 2008, 22:19

ok, this seems to be ok so far... next steps:

1. check your service control manager for vboxvmservice. it needs to be registered there to work properly.

2. open up a console, cd to your vms dir and try kicking up your vm manually with "startup_cli 0" (optionally add BRUTEFORCE)

does this work?
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Postby diogoscs » 13. Aug 2008, 00:09

mattz wrote:ok, this seems to be ok so far... next steps:

1. check your service control manager for vboxvmservice. it needs to be registered there to work properly.

2. open up a console, cd to your vms dir and try kicking up your vm manually with "startup_cli 0" (optionally add BRUTEFORCE)

does this work?


In fact no... When I run the startup_cli 0 open the promtp with...

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No previously started VM operations to wait for. Continuing...
Reading global parameters...
Reading parameters for VM0...
Using custom VRDP-Port: 3390

C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\vms\tmp\u_0_sub.bat ==> C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\vms\tmp\u_0_sub.exe  (-hidden)


C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\vms\tmp\u_0_run.bat ==> C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\vms\tmp\u_0_run.exe  (-hidden)

Installing temporary service "runserv"...
Shutting down "runserv" to avoid malfunctions...
Restarting "runserv"...
Starting VM: "Bibsrv" via vrdp as a service using account: "administrador"...
Moving lockfile: STARTUP to RUN
Shutting down "runserv"...
Removing temporary service "runserv"...
Removing temporary helpfiles...
Done. -- Hit any key to quit --



I look for some VBoxHeadless.exe in taskmanager but he not show, only vboxsvc (he disapear some times )

And the service is ok... he start when I turn on the machine, don't create any message in Event Viewer he start vboxsvc too but not the VBoxHeadless.exe
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runasv ran as Default User

Postby originofstorms » 15. Aug 2008, 10:24

okay, at long last, figured out why runasv wasnt behaving for me. after quite a bit of detective work, i found that despite running as user micah, and being able to do things that only user micah can do, runasv gaves me the profile of Default User in windows 2003 server. so, i used the same fsutils technique to hardlink ~\.VirtualBox\VirtualBox.xml as Documents and Settings\Default User\.VirtualBox\VirtualBox.xml. ta da.

many thanks to nimrod for the "> output.log" suggestion. that put me on the right track. sticking the output of "vboxmanage list vms" and "vboxmanage list systemproperties" into that log was very helpful too.
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Re: runasv ran as Default User

Postby diogoscs » 15. Aug 2008, 20:41

originofstorms wrote:okay, at long last, figured out why runasv wasnt behaving for me. after quite a bit of detective work, i found that despite running as user micah, and being able to do things that only user micah can do, runasv gaves me the profile of Default User in windows 2003 server. so, i used the same fsutils technique to hardlink ~\.VirtualBox\VirtualBox.xml as Documents and Settings\Default User\.VirtualBox\VirtualBox.xml. ta da.

many thanks to nimrod for the "> output.log" suggestion. that put me on the right track. sticking the output of "vboxmanage list vms" and "vboxmanage list systemproperties" into that log was very helpful too.


I didn't uderstand something... where exactly I put the "> output.log", I didn't find the u_0_sub.bat...
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Postby mattz » 9. Oct 2008, 23:53

There is no more need to patch VBoxVmService yourself, in order to obtain more or more detailed information on the status of it's components. The logging within the new release 20081009 now combines all component feedback into one single logfile.

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VM does not restore from savestate

Postby jstanko » 13. Dec 2008, 20:44

I am at a total loss. I have one vm that I am trying to control. The vm starts when the computer starts, but never restores from the save state. Whether it is not saving the state on shutdown or ignoring upon start I can't figure out. (I am using XP SP3 as a host os with vbox 2.0.6.)


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[Settings]
ServiceName=VBoxVmService
PathToVBoxSDL=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxSDL.exe
PathToVBoxHeadless=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxHeadless.exe
PathToVBoxManage=C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxManage.exe
RunAtDomain=Apollo-8
RunAsUser=RemotePC
UserPassword=*******
[Vm0]
VmName=RemotePC
CommandLineUp=C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\startup.exe 0 BRUTEFORCE
CommandLineDown=C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\shutdown.exe 0
WorkingDir=C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms
StartupMethod=vrdp
ShutdownMethod=savestate
VrdpPort=6000


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      <MachineEntry uuid="{8f9ad6a6-54d5-4181-b592-1b08749855d9}" src="C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\.VirtualBox\Machines\RemotePC\RemotePC.xml"/>
...

          <VirtualDiskImage filePath="C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\.VirtualBox\VDI\RemotePC.vdi"/>



(I'm not sure where the log starts and stops so I have just cut a portion.)
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12/13/2008, 09:58:01 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/13/2008, 09:58:01 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/13/2008, 09:58:01 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/13/2008, 09:58:01 - VBoxVmService
BRUTEFORCE: Killing all existing run- / lockfiles for this VM... 
killing: "C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\run\*.vm0"
No previously started VM operations to wait for. Continuing...
Reading global parameters...
Reading parameters for VM0...
VirtualBox Command Line Management Interface Version 2.0.6
(C) 2005-2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
All rights reserved.

[!] FAILED calling virtualBox->FindMachine (Bstr(argv[0]), machine.asOutParam()) at line 2551!
[!] Primary RC  = E_INVALIDARG (0x80070057) - One or more arguments are invalid
[!] Full error info present: true , basic error info present: true
[!] Result Code = E_INVALIDARG (0x80070057) - One or more arguments are invalid
[!] Text        = Could not find a registered machine named 'RemotePC'
[!] Component   = VirtualBox, Interface: IVirtualBox, {557a07bc-e6ae-4520-a361-4a8493199137}
[!] Callee      = IVirtualBox, {557a07bc-e6ae-4520-a361-4a8493199137}
Using custom VRDP-Port: 6000
VirtualBox Command Line Management Interface Version 2.0.6
(C) 2005-2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
All rights reserved.

[!] FAILED calling virtualBox->FindMachine(Bstr(argv[0]), machine.asOutParam()) at line 4508!
[!] Primary RC  = E_INVALIDARG (0x80070057) - One or more arguments are invalid
[!] Full error info present: true , basic error info present: true
[!] Result Code = E_INVALIDARG (0x80070057) - One or more arguments are invalid
[!] Text        = Could not find a registered machine named 'RemotePC'
[!] Component   = VirtualBox, Interface: IVirtualBox, {557a07bc-e6ae-4520-a361-4a8493199137}
[!] Callee      = IVirtualBox, {557a07bc-e6ae-4520-a361-4a8493199137}
Installing temporary service "runserv"...
Shutting down "runserv" to avoid malfunctions...
12/13/2008, 09:58:12 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/13/2008, 09:58:12 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/13/2008, 09:58:12 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/13/2008, 09:58:12 - VBoxVmService
12/13/2008, 09:58:12 - Killed service runserv
Restarting "runserv"...
12/13/2008, 09:58:15 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/13/2008, 09:58:15 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/13/2008, 09:58:15 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/13/2008, 09:58:15 - VBoxVmService
12/13/2008, 09:58:15 - Ran service runserv
Starting VM: "RemotePC" via vrdp as a service using account: "RemotePC"...
Moving lockfile: STARTUP to RUN 
Shutting down "runserv"...
12/13/2008, 09:58:34 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/13/2008, 09:58:34 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/13/2008, 09:58:34 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/13/2008, 09:58:34 - VBoxVmService
12/13/2008, 09:58:34 - Killed service runserv
Removing temporary service "runserv"...
Removing temporary helpfiles...


Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
Jared
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VM does not restore from savestate

Postby jstanko » 14. Dec 2008, 02:37

UPDATE: If I manually shut down the vboxvmservice it will save the state and work properly. (I can just restart the service or I can reboot (after stopping manually) and it will start properly.)

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
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Postby mattz » 15. Dec 2008, 00:19

did you link the file as described in the docs? seems to me, that vb doesn't seem to find a registered machine called "RemotePC". this usually indicates, that a wrong VirtualBox.xml-file is parsed....
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VM does not restore from savestate

Postby jstanko » 15. Dec 2008, 01:38

UPDATE: I checked the hardlink to Virtualbox.xml and there didn't appear to be any problem.

I recently decided to shutdown the service manually and compare that log to a windows shutdown. The following are the differences.

Manual service shutdown:
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No previously started VM operations to wait for. Continuing...
Reading global parameters...
Reading parameters for VM0...
Generating temporary helpfiles...
Installing temporary service "runserv"...
Shutting down "runserv" to avoid malfunctions...
12/14/2008, 18:03:21 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/14/2008, 18:03:21 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/14/2008, 18:03:21 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/14/2008, 18:03:21 - VBoxVmService
12/14/2008, 18:03:21 - Killed service runserv
Restarting "runserv"...
12/14/2008, 18:03:24 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/14/2008, 18:03:24 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/14/2008, 18:03:24 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/14/2008, 18:03:24 - VBoxVmService
12/14/2008, 18:03:24 - Ran service runserv
Shutting down serviced VM: "RemotePC" with option savestate running on account: "RemotePC"...
Removing lockfile: RUN 
Removing lockfile: SHUTDOWN
Shutting down "runserv"...
12/14/2008, 18:03:43 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/14/2008, 18:03:43 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/14/2008, 18:03:43 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/14/2008, 18:03:43 - VBoxVmService
12/14/2008, 18:03:43 - Killed service runserv
Removing temporary service "runserv"...
Removing temporary helpfiles...
12/14/2008, 18:05:39 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/14/2008, 18:05:39 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/14/2008, 18:05:39 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/14/2008, 18:05:39 - VBoxVmService
BRUTEFORCE: Killing all existing run- / lockfiles for this VM... 


VS

Direct windows xp shutdown:
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No previously started VM operations to wait for. Continuing...
Reading global parameters...
Reading parameters for VM0...
Generating temporary helpfiles...
Installing temporary service "runserv"...
Shutting down "runserv" to avoid malfunctions...
12/14/2008, 18:23:17 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/14/2008, 18:23:17 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/14/2008, 18:23:17 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/14/2008, 18:23:17 - VBoxVmService
12/14/2008, 18:23:17 - OpenSCManager failed, error code = 1115
12/14/2008, 18:23:17 - Failed to kill service runserv
Restarting "runserv"...
12/14/2008, 18:23:20 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/14/2008, 18:23:20 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/14/2008, 18:23:20 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/14/2008, 18:23:20 - VBoxVmService
12/14/2008, 18:23:21 - OpenSCManager failed, error code = 1115
12/14/2008, 18:23:21 - Failed to run service runserv
12/14/2008, 18:24:10 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/14/2008, 18:24:10 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/14/2008, 18:24:10 - C:\Documents and Settings\RemotePC\vboxvms\VBoxVmService.log
12/14/2008, 18:24:10 - VBoxVmService
BRUTEFORCE: Killing all existing run- / lockfiles for this VM... 


(The virtualbox error about not finding the machine named "RemotePC" seemed to be a dead end because it appeared both when it didn't work and when it worked just fine.)

I put "OpenSCManager failed, error code = 1115" in google and was unfortunately unable to make heads or tails of the results. Any ideas?

Thanks for your time,
Jared
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Postby mattz » 15. Dec 2008, 01:54

i found this article on msdn:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms684323(VS.85).aspx

apparently there is a problem accessing the windows service control manager on your host computer. since vboxvmservice seems to be unable to install/kill/reinstall runserv, it is impossible to issue the "runasv"-command, that would bring the VM up or down.

what exactly the problem is there is way out of my scope, since i am not familiar enough with windows' internal structures.... sorry...

any win32 developers reading this????
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VBoxVmService log looking ok but VM still not starting

Postby nabamer. » 19. Dec 2008, 01:37

I'm trying to make run VirtualBox on Win Server 2008 as a server.

After initial pain I got the service installed and everything seems to be ok but VirtualBox process does not comes running.

The log:

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12/18/2008, 23:27:30 - C:\vms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/18/2008, 23:27:30 - C:\vms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/18/2008, 23:27:30 - C:\vms\VBoxVmService.log
12/18/2008, 23:27:30 - VBoxVmService
BRUTEFORCE: Killing all existing run- / lockfiles for this VM... 
No previously started VM operations to wait for. Continuing...
Reading global parameters...
Reading parameters for VM0...
VirtualBox Command Line Management Interface Version 2.0.6
(C) 2005-2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
All rights reserved.

Name:            lok
Guest OS:        Ubuntu
UUID:            15bc75ba-dd27-4720-93ef-5fa2a2f21d46
Config file:     C:\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile\.VirtualBox\Machines\lok\lok.xml
Memory size:     512MB
VRAM size:       8MB
Boot menu mode:  message and menu
ACPI:            on
IOAPIC:          off
PAE:             on
Time offset:     0 ms
Hardw. virt.ext: off
Nested Paging:   off
State:           aborted (since 2008-12-18T00:35:21.000000000)
Monitor count:   1
Floppy:          empty
SATA:            disabled
Primary master:  C:\VM\lok\lokfs.vdi (UUID: 9ae11b2c-e705-4766-84ef-37821f2eb4fe)
DVD:             empty
NIC 1:           MAC: 080027FDBD0E, Attachment: Host Interface 'VBOXNET1', Cable connected: on, Trace: off (file: none), Type: 82540EM, Reported speed: 0 Mbps
NIC 2:           disabled
NIC 3:           disabled
NIC 4:           disabled
UART 1:          disabled
UART 2:          disabled
Audio:           disabled (Driver: Unknown, Controller: Unknown)
Clipboard Mode:  Bidirectional
VRDP:            disabled
USB:             enabled

USB Device Filters:

<none>

Shared folders:  <none>

Guest:

Statistics update:                   disabled


Using custom VRDP-Port: 3001
VirtualBox Command Line Management Interface Version 2.0.6
(C) 2005-2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
All rights reserved.

Installing temporary service "runserv"...
Shutting down "runserv" to avoid malfunctions...
12/18/2008, 23:27:32 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/18/2008, 23:27:32 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/18/2008, 23:27:32 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.log
12/18/2008, 23:27:32 - VBoxVmService
12/18/2008, 23:27:32 - Killed service runserv
Restarting "runserv"...
12/18/2008, 23:27:35 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/18/2008, 23:27:35 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/18/2008, 23:27:35 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.log
12/18/2008, 23:27:35 - VBoxVmService
12/18/2008, 23:27:35 - Ran service runserv
Starting VM: "lok" via vrdp as a service using account: "spyro"...
Moving lockfile: STARTUP to RUN 
Shutting down "runserv"...
12/18/2008, 23:27:55 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.exe
12/18/2008, 23:27:55 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.ini
12/18/2008, 23:27:55 - c:\vms\VBoxVmService.log
12/18/2008, 23:27:55 - VBoxVmService
12/18/2008, 23:27:55 - Killed service runserv
Removing temporary service "runserv"...
Removing temporary helpfiles...


The config:

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[Settings]
ServiceName=VBoxVmService
PathToVBoxSDL="C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxSDL.exe"
PathToVBoxHeadless="C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxHeadless.exe"
PathToVBoxManage="C:\Program Files\Sun\xVM VirtualBox\VBoxManage.exe"
RunAtDomain=somemachinename
RunAsUser=someuser
UserPassword=somepwd
[Vm0]
VmName=lok
CommandLineUp="c:\vms\startup.exe 0 BRUTEFORCE"
CommandLineDown="c:\vms\shutdown.exe 0"
WorkingDir=C:\vms
StartupMethod=vrdp
ShutdownMethod=poweroff
VrdpPort=3001


VirtualBox 2.0.6 and
VBoxVmService (rel20081009)
is used.

Can anyone help ?
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Postby mattz » 19. Dec 2008, 08:23

first off - i personally never used vboxvmservice on vista/2008srvr and therefore do not know whether it is going to work at all. reports have indicated that it is possible though.... there are some hints on the differences between a vista- and a winxp/2003-install in the SUPPLIED DOCUMENTATION, which i would REALLY advise you to re-read carefully.
after a quick glance at your logs and ini-file, allow me to point your special attention to section 9 - "installation & operation instructions":


Open up the "VBoxVmService.ini" file, located in the root directory of your installation.

Adjust the values within to suit your environment:


!!!IMPORTANT!!!

EVEN IF YOUR PATHVALUES OR VM-NAMES CONTAIN BLANKS:

DON'T USE QUOTES ("" or '') WITH THE VALUES YOU ENTER HERE!!!



now take a look at your post and tell me what you see there... seriously guys - i am always taking the time trying to help out, but if i see stuff like that posted here --- stuff that i especially pointed at in the docs --- it's kinda hard for me to bring up the motivation to even follow this thread in the future...


--- mattz
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Postby nabamer. » 19. Dec 2008, 11:36

I'm sorry to insult you this way, my mistake that I did not removed "" from *.ini file however before I've put them there I've tried the same without quotes and result have been the same.
The other thing is that if there would be something wrong with those entries I would say log would be slightly different.



Seriously if someone is not happy to help then I'm not asking those for help and the flamewar answer style is much not appreciated. Before I asked the question here I went through all possibilities. I'm in development myself and I know how frustrating it is when your users does not spent time with documentation but believe me it is so much simpler for me to search for existing answer first than actually ask someone here.

I'm SORRY !
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