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    HAP+ Quota Service filling up the event log

    Hello, got the HAP+ quota service running on our machine that serves user documents and quotas.
    The service itself works fine, but it gives this message for every quota it returns.

    Code:
    \\srv2k8ent\Users\<username>
    
    System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80045306): Exception from HRESULT: 0x80045306
       at Microsoft.Storage.FsrmQuotaManagerClass.GetQuota(String Path)
       at HAP.Data.Quota.WCFService.GetQuotaFromPath(String path)
    
    Exception from HRESULT: 0x80045306
    
       at Microsoft.Storage.FsrmQuotaManagerClass.GetQuota(String Path)
       at HAP.Data.Quota.WCFService.GetQuotaFromPath(String path)
    then gives 2 Information messages, one saying "Type System.Decimal" and the other showing statistics of that persons quota.

    Possibly an easy fix or just the tip of the iceberg?

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    I see this too

    Moby

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    is HAP+'s web interface giving the right info? if it is then I've prob just left some debug code in the dll from the development of the service.

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    Hi Nick,

    Yes, quota info is being returned correctly (at least for us) - these appear to be 3 debug message entries as you suggest.

    Regards
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    @mobybrick Can you try the updated quota service available from codeplex please: https://hap.codeplex.com/downloads/get/601319

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    @mobybrick Can you try the updated quota service available from codeplex please: https://hap.codeplex.com/downloads/get/601319
    I know my name isnt mobybrick, but I gave the MSI a test. Still the same error log entries unfortunately.

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    Ok, can you look at the exe in program files and see which version it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    Ok, can you look at the exe in program files and see which version it is?
    My bad, didnt realise the installer did not overwrite the EXE file. The error has gone but the Debug text is still there.

    Any way to filter it out?

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    Ok, try this DLL, it has the cFAQhanges to stop the event log from being inundated

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    Hi Nick,

    Tried both the new release from hap.codeplex.com and the zip attachment with the updated DLL files you posted... now get two (not three) events for each quota lookup:

    1:
    E:\staffhome\staffmember
    FREE: 10734883840
    USED: 2150018048
    TOTAL: 12884901888


    2:
    Type: System.Decimal


    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    Ok, try this DLL, it has the cFAQhanges to stop the event log from being inundated

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    Ok, can you give this on a try

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    Nearly there. Now just get the Type: System.Decimal entry.

    M

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    Ok, one last one now

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    Hi Nick,

    That appears to fix it, no more log entries. Just get 'Service started' and browse to My Files causes no more entries to be logged.

    Thanks,
    Moby

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    Good to hear, this fix will be in the next release

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