This message is returned when an incoming request is kept in a queue, waiting for a free channel, for longer than a certain amount of time. It's possible that this is due to previously-received, long-running requests, but there are other possibilities. The first thing to look at is fwstart.log. This file resides in the FoxWeb Data Folder, which is accessible by clicking on the Data Folder button in the FoxWeb Control Center. If you see a lot of channel restarts in fwstart.log, then you should take a look at the "Hanging channels, or channels that get restarted often" and "FoxWeb Channel Stopped Responding error" sections in the Common Problems topic
of the FoxWeb documentation.
FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by George Gambill on 05/05/2009 03:25:24 PM:
FoxWeb 4.3 tends to claims no channels availble from time to time (about every two days) when running ofnWindows Server 2003 with 2 channels running.
While there are other windows stuff active, FoxWeb is the primary function of this server.
Any suggestions as to where to look?