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VE Pro 32-bit crashing - Unable to create Server Object
Last post Tue, Jan 26 2010 by damirp, 4 replies.
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Posted on Wed, Nov 18 2009 23:40
by damirp
Joined on Fri, Dec 07 2007, Los Angeles, CA, Posts 15

Like most of you, I have a pretty sizeable setup with VE Pro, which takes a long time to load (running VE Pro on 2 G5s and the host Mac Pro). I leave it on overnight, so I don't need to constantly reload. Without fail, the next morning the 32-bit VE Pro has crashed. After force quiting it and trying to reload (leaving all other instances loaded, as is), I get this message:" Unable to create Server Object. The Server application might be already running, or the requested network port is not available." I am forced to restart the computer and waste time waiting for everything to load again, which is very frustrating and defeats the advantages of this wonderful program for the time being.  

Has anyone run into anything like this, and if so, do you have any suggestions on how to remedy it? Any thoughts much appreciated.

Cheers,

Damir

(8Core 2.8GHz Intel Xeon, 24GB Ram, MOTU 828mkII, VE Pro latest build (4657)

Posted on Thu, Nov 19 2009 13:44
by MS
Joined on Wed, Feb 19 2003, Liechtenstein, Posts 1724

Could you please send us the crash report?

Thanks,

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Martin Saleteg
Software Developer
Vienna Symphonic Library GmbH
Posted on Thu, Nov 19 2009 20:47
by damirp
Joined on Fri, Dec 07 2007, Los Angeles, CA, Posts 15

Will do. Thanks!

Posted on Tue, Jan 26 2010 21:54
by damirp
Joined on Fri, Dec 07 2007, Los Angeles, CA, Posts 15

I have actually figured out the culprit to this problem and wanted to post my findings in case anyone else encounters it. 

I have many Kontant instruments in my VE Pro metaframe. They, in turn, start their own memory server (KMS). If VE Pro 32 bit crashes, this KMS is still running. One needs to purge the memory in KMS and quit the application before restarting VE Pro again (sometimes it is necessary to dive into Activity Monitor and manually zap all KMemServer instances.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Damir

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