Tonight i reinstalled fms, this time in english...
Script ends with status:Aborted unexpectedly
Fri Jan 30 08:15:12 CET 2015 Server Events Information Client "Diff (FileMaker Script)" no longer responding; connection closed. (51)
Fri Jan 30 08:13:14 CET 2015 Server Events Information FileMaker Script Engine process has terminated abnormally.
Fri Jan 30 08:13:14 CET 2015 Server Events Information Schedule "Diff" aborted; FileMaker scripts can't be run because FileMaker Script Engine (FMSE) process is stopped. Use the command "fmsadmin start fmse" to start the FMSE process.
Fri Jan 30 08:11:17 CET 2015 Server Events Information Schedule "Diff" run now by "admin".
What does that script?
Just a dumb question: Without that scheduled script, the server runs fine, no crashes?
Thanks for your answer!
It's not just one script. We have problems with all scripts that rns for several minutes.
That scripts for exmple, replace one numberfield with an calcultionfield. 28'000 records.
In normal work the server runs fine, no problems.
There is one case i can crash the server, if i search in the same calculation field. The server stop without any errors in the log.
I wrote a looong posting here, just to realize that this super forum software kicked me out as I wanted to save it... I was thinking that this bug was solved...
was a stressy day, wasted a lot of time with some xml interface. Seems to run now..
My orphaned posting, AFAIR:
-> it works well on a local copy, according to the discussion on the german section
- rename a COPY of Your solution with FileMaker Advanced
- turn the index of that field of, close the solution, reopen it and turn index on
- install that renamed copy on the server, take care that no users can log on - and test it
- You can run the recover command on that COPY and check for error messages..
Since the server log are telling You that the virtual user was no longer responding: Isn't there a setting to turn that off?
maybe there were other things I mentioned )-:
** Sorry for typing mistakes - but it's impossible to edit postings on iPad
Thanks for your answer!
Local on my mac it runs fine. Only the ODBC Connections to our webserver are missing at the local copy, but this field and script has nothing to do with the ODBC.
On the calculation field i can't set the index, i tried to disable the index on the other field, tried on the server, nothing changed
At the recover are no errors at all....
Max running time is set to 60 minutes
Process: fmserverd 
Code Type: X86-64 (Native)
Parent Process: launchd 
Responsible: fmserver_helperd 
User ID: 502
Date/Time: 2015-01-31 09:07:03.456 +0100
OS Version: Mac OS X 10.10.2 (14C109)
Report Version: 11
Anonymous UUID: 46117CCF-2C02-C80B-907C-D4BC542B9C30
Time Awake Since Boot: 340 seconds
Crashed Thread: 47
Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS)
Exception Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE at 0x00000001088b8de4
VM Regions Near 0x1088b8de4:
MALLOC_LARGE 00000001086b6000-00000001088b8000 [ 2056K] rw-/rwx SM=PRV
--> STACK GUARD 00000001088b8000-00000001088b9000 [ 4K] ---/rwx SM=NUL stack guard for thread 47
Stack 00000001088b9000-000000010893b000 [ 520K] rw-/rwx SM=COW thread 47
if non of the TS' chimes in: Call support by phone )-:
Thank you for the post.
Depending on what these scripts are doing, a great deal of system resources are used by the process that is crashing. Since the script engine process is crashing, then the most likely cause is insufficient resources.
Since this computer is running the minimum recommended requirements for a Database Server only at 4 GB of RAM, if the server is doing any web publishing at all, then the machine is running below specifications. The very first suggestion would be to increase the total to 8 GB and see if the issue persists.
now with 16Gb of RAM and 2048 MB of cache still the same problem.
Thank you for the reply.
If the issue persists after increasing the resources, then some additional questions to assist with narrowing this down:
1. The FileMaker Server 13.0v5 was previously uninstalled and reinstalled with the full v5 installer?
2. Was the FileMaker Server folder (Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server) removed or renamed prior to reinstalling?
3. The script engine process crashes everyday when the schedules are run?
4. How many schedules are running at the peak?
5. What tasks are the schedules performing?
6. If a new backup schedule is created and only that schedule run, does the crash still occur?
Additionally, check your inbox at the top of this page for the instructions on how to submit your System Information file and FileMaker Sever logs.