I am currently having problems with NDPS causing an abend. The abend
nearly always happen on Friday evening. I have check the backups times,
crontab jobs, virus updates and any type of printing but nothing is seems
to be happening in that time period, in which the abend occurs.
Info:
The server is running NW6 with service pack 5; I have just updated winsock
to wsock6m, ndpsm ver. 3.01.09 (time June 21, 2004), and broker ver.
3.00.09 (timestamp May 11,2004). The unit is an HP LC2000, with 2
processors, 2 gb of memory, about 350gb of storage space in a RAID5
configuration. Below is the abend error that the server is receiving:

Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.60.05: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code
00000000)

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
EAX = 00000000 EBX = 00000000 ECX = 00000240 EDX = 98715530
ESI = 98F55950 EDI = 9865CD70 EBP = 98F5597C ESP = 9871537C
EIP = 986D94EA FLAGS = 00010246
986D94EA 8B4304 MOV EAX,[EBX+04]=?
EIP in PFPNPD.NLM at code start +000054EAh
Access Location: 0x00000004

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
986D94EA 8B4304 MOV EAX,[EBX+04]
986D94ED 8902 MOV [EDX],EAX
986D94EF 31C0 XOR EAX,EAX
986D94F1 5B POP EBX
986D94F2 C3 RET
986D94F3 8B442404 MOV EAX,[ESP+04]
986D94F7 C70000000000 MOV [EAX],00000000
986D94FD C7400400000000 MOV [EAX+04],00000000
986D9504 C740080C000000 MOV [EAX+08],0000000C
986D950B 66C7400C0A00 MOV [EAX+0C],000A



Running process: NDPDS 5 Process
Thread Owned by NLM: NDPDS.NLM
Stack pointer: 98715550
OS Stack limit: 98711620
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 5050090 Wait for interrupt
Stack: --9871555C ?
986DB919 (PFPNPD.NLM|NPDCallBackFunction+7241)
--98715530 ?
--9871555C ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--FF000000 (LOADER.EXE|PMMPageInfoAreaEnd+0)
--44FFFFFF ?
--FF8395B1 ?
--000000FF ?
--00000000 ?

Additional Information:
The CPU encountered a problem executing code in PFPNPD.NLM. The
problem may be in that module or in data passed to that module by a
process owned by NDPDS.NLM.

Thanks
Brian