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difference in logging access to offset between wideclient and fsuipc


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Hi Peter,

I am trying to debug something in my setup.

I need to know which program is writing on a certain offset.

When I enter in the wideclient.ini the monitor part i can see in the logging

each program gets an ID and then in the logging of the access to the offset

I can see which program is accessing that offset.

However, none of the programs are accessing (write) the offset I am observing.

On my FS PC I have also 2 programs running (next to FS) which need to

be observed but in the logfile of the fsuipc i caanot see which program is accessing,

just the value of the offset?

Is there any other way of knowing which program accesses a certain offset?

Thanks Peter

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On my FS PC I have also 2 programs running (next to FS) which need to

be observed but in the logfile of the fsuipc i caanot see which program is accessing,

just the value of the offset?

Is there any other way of knowing which program accesses a certain offset?

No, not on the FS PC. Long ago when there was an access control for applications it was possibly, but the problem with that system was that every time any program requested access, FSUIPC had to get a list of every process currently running and match it up to the caller's process ID. This overhead was considered unwarranted and affected performance so I dropped the checking.

I'm afraid your only method is to run only one of them at a time. Or try thm both on a Clinet PC instead.

Regards,

Pete

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