This is almost certainly a configuration problem. You should be able to get some additional information, by looking at the file fwstart.log. My hope is that you will be able to find one or more entries for each channel restart attempt. If you have trouble interpreting these entries, post the content here.
For additional details on how to troubleshoot this issue, please to the "No channels active error" section of the Troubleshooting --> Common Problems
page in the FoxWeb documentation.
FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Steven Gruner on 01/15/2010 12:20:02 AM:
Server 2003 Enterprise
VFP 9.0 SP2
Not using the runtime .dll
192.168.1.101 (the test server on our local network)
using foxweb.dll as isapi (yes it's configured correctly, see below why)
Dell Power Edge 2650
2 Gigs Ram
2 Dual Core Xenon 2.8ghz
All original equipment except the hard drives.
Channel Not Started Error
I know it's configured correctly because I have just setup another server running the same exact OS and settings all everything works 100% on that machine, but the one keeps on loading vfp instances over and over and over. Even before I even try to access the pages I made.
Before I reinstalled the OS, I had it running fine, but I re-did the raid, so I figured I'd re-install the OS. I couldn't get it to work, so I reinstalled the OS again and while that was doing it's thing, I configured the other smaller server and everything is working fine and loads fast. Very very strange.
Gonna save up for a new server and retire this one. I like the poweredge series, but this one is just old. 5 or 6 years I think.