server 2003 crashes


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I have a windows 2003 server with Plesk installed. It keeps crashing and requires a reboot every couple of days.

Here are some of the event logs: (screenshots)

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As you can see in the screenshots, I'm basically getting the same 3 errors (at this time anyway): 7031, 7036, 7039

Also, when the server crashes it is not pingable.

This is a Pentium HT with 1GB memory

This is the crash dump file content.

Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version

I found this:
Link Removed - Invalid URL

So I inputted this in the symbol file path:

symbols*Link Removed due to 404 Error

Now I get this:

Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version

I am assuming the network monitor service that those log files are mentioning is the built in Microsoft Network Monitor Service.. Would i be correct in assuming this? Or is there some other piece of software on this machine that goes by the same name 'Network Monitor'..

One way you can check is to go into Add/Remove programs, click on the Windows Components button (I think its on the left), Look for a category called Management and Monitoring Tools and click on Details. Under details it should show Network Monitor. Just unclick it and click OK or whatever and it will uninstall it.

To me, it does not look like the crash has anything to do with your Plesk installation or software.. That is unless there is some part of the plesk install that installs a service named Network Monitor.. Very unlikely tho, seeing as how there is already a windows service named the same exact thing.

Network Monitor is a tool to monitor and capture network traffic. It is useful when you are troubleshooting networking problems, and is capable of monitoring for specific network events. This article describes how to install Network Monitor. Note that you must be logged on with Administrator or Power User privileges to install programs in Windows 2000.

If you really need a program that will allow you to view whats going down on your network, I suggest grabbing a copy of Wireshark (AKA Ethereal), it is much better than the network monitor built into windows.

Hope that helps!
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