windows 2003 server SP2, used for shared folder only.
suddenly spot work shared filder ... clients have ping but cant acces folder. Work only after restart.
and have this event
"Faulting application svchost.exe, version 5.2.3790.3959, faulting module unknown, version 0.0.0.0, fault address 0x02b6f4b6"
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What I would suggest is a userdump dump of the svchost.exe process crashing:
You can download the latest version of DebugDiag (version 1.1) from the Microsoft download center www.microsoft.com/downloads
at this place or from www.iis.net
Debug Diagnostic Tool v1.1 (DebugDiag)
2. Double-click the downloaded .exe file to extract the userdump installation files. By default, these will extract to C:\kktools\userdump8.1. Please click "Yes", then "Unzip" to extract the files.
3. Double-click the "setup.exe" file located in C:\kktools\userdump8.1\x86 to install the userdump utility. Please select the defaults when possible, and make certain to select the "Enable dump on process termination" feature when prompted.
NOTE: You may need to reboot the machine at this point for the installation to complete successfully.
4. Create a folder called C:\userdump.
5. Once installed, you will find a new icon in your control panel called "Process Dump". Please open this utility.
6. When the userdump window opens, please click the "New" button.
7. Please enter "svchost.exe" in the "Application name:" dialog box, and click "OK".
8. Click on the new listing for "svchost.exe", and click the "Rules" button.
9. Select the "Use custom rules" radio button.
10. Type "C:\userdump" in the "Dump file folder" dialog box.
11. Click the "Monitor Process Exit" box
12. Change the "MiniDump Type" to "Complete".
13. Click the "OK" button.
14. Click the "Apply" button, then click "OK".
The next time svchost.exe crashes, it should create a .dmp file (or series of .dmp files) in C:\userdump.
Install critical update kb890830 and after restart install all updates from microsoft site
C:\>userdump User Mode Process Dumper (Version 1.0) Copyright (c) 1999 Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved. Usage: userdump [-p | [ProcessSpec [TargetDumpFile]] -p displays a list of running processes and their process IDs. ProcessSpec - can be a decimal or 0x-prefixed hex process ID, or the base name and extension (no path) of the image file used to create the process. TargetDumpFile - is any legal Win32 path specification. If not specified, the dump file is generated in the current directory using a name based on the image file name.