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I am having trouble doing a redirect in an async asp.net implemention.
Most of the time it works, but when it doesn't it just "hangs", the browser
never gets any return page. If I run it under the debugger, it works fine,
though every so often I get a HttpException.

System.Web.Http Exception was caught
ErrorCode=-2147024809
Message="An error occurred while communicating with the remote host. The
error code is 0x80070057."
Source="System. Web"
StackTrace:
at
System.Web.Host ing.ISAPIWorker RequestInProcFo rIIS6.FlushCore (Byte[] status,
Byte[] header, Int32 keepConnected, Int32 totalBodySize, Int32
numBodyFragment s, IntPtr[] bodyFragments, Int32[] bodyFragmentLen gths, Int32
doneWithSession , Int32 finalStatus, Boolean& async)
at System.Web.Host ing.ISAPIWorker Request.FlushCa chedResponse(Bo olean
isFinal)
at System.Web.Host ing.ISAPIWorker Request.FlushRe sponse(Boolean
finalFlush)
at System.Web.Http Response.Flush( Boolean finalFlush)
at System.Web.Http Response.Flush( )
at System.Web.Http Response.End()
at System.Web.Http Response.Redire ct(String url, Boolean endResponse)
at w2pagev.PageV.E ndPage(IAsyncRe sult ar) in
G:\inetpub\wwwr oot\w2pagev\pag e.aspx.vb:line 100

The exception is caught in the EndEventHandler .
I am using AddOnPreRenderC ompleteAsync to set this up.


Feb 22 '07 #1
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Hello Pb,

Based on your description, you have an ASP.NET page that is configured as
async execution and it works for most time but will occasionally raise some
error as below, correct?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>
System.Web.Http Exception was caught
ErrorCode=-2147024809
Message="An error occurred while communicating with the remote host. The
error code is 0x80070057."
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< <<<<

So far as I've researched, there hasn't any definite issue of the ASP.NET
2.0 Async page execution. I think the problem here should be application
code logic specific. Would you provide some code logic of your problem
async page, such as what you've done in the async handler, and when you
call the response.Redire ct. If possible, you can try simplified it to the
code that is necessary to repro the problem.

In addition, have you checked whether the problem occurs at high stress
condition, such as the application has been stressed under high volume
request execution or will occur even if there is few concurrent requests?

Anyway, please feel free to let me know if you have any other finding or
anything I've missed on this

Sincerely,

Steven Cheng

Microsoft MSDN Online Support Lead

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Feb 22 '07 #2
"Steven Cheng[MSFT]" wrote:
Hello Pb,

Based on your description, you have an ASP.NET page that is configured as
async execution and it works for most time but will occasionally raise some
error as below, correct?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>
System.Web.Http Exception was caught
ErrorCode=-2147024809
Message="An error occurred while communicating with the remote host. The
error code is 0x80070057."
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< <<<<

So far as I've researched, there hasn't any definite issue of the ASP.NET
2.0 Async page execution. I think the problem here should be application
code logic specific. Would you provide some code logic of your problem
async page, such as what you've done in the async handler, and when you
call the response.Redire ct. If possible, you can try simplified it to the
code that is necessary to repro the problem.

In addition, have you checked whether the problem occurs at high stress
condition, such as the application has been stressed under high volume
request execution or will occur even if there is few concurrent requests?

Anyway, please feel free to let me know if you have any other finding or
anything I've missed on this

Sincerely,

Steven Cheng

Microsoft MSDN Online Support Lead

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I may have solved my problem, but it’s hard to know with intermittent
problems like this… so let me better describe it:

The async model is hooked up like this:
Private Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
System.EventArg s) Handles MyBase.Load

Dim bh As New BeginEventHandl er(AddressOf Me.BeginPage)
Dim eh As New EndEventHandler (AddressOf Me.EndPage)
Me.AddOnPreRend erCompleteAsync (bh, eh)
End Sub
Function BeginPage(ByVal src As Object, ByVal args As EventArgs, ByVal cb As
AsyncCallback, ByVal state As Object) As IAsyncResult

Trace.Write("Be ginPage: Thread #" &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.GetHash Code() & "; " &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.IsThrea dPoolThread)

Dim v As New vmstate
v.m_page = Me
v.m_config = m_config

Dim vrs As New viewmanagerstat e(Context, cb, v)
m_vm = New viewmanager(vrs )
Dim ts As New ThreadStart(Add ressOf m_vm.start)
Dim thread As New Thread(ts)
thread.Start()

Return vrs
End Function

Sub EndPage(ByVal ar As IAsyncResult)

Try
Trace.Write("En dPage: Thread #" &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.GetHash Code() & "; " &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.IsThrea dPoolThread)

Dim m_vrs As viewmanagerstat e = CType(ar, viewmanagerstat e)
If Not IsNothing(m_vrs .m_data.m_redir ect) Then
m_redirect = m_vrs.m_data.m_ redirect
'Response.Redir ect(m_vrs.m_dat a.m_redirect, True)
End If
Catch ex As Exception
End Try
End Sub
Protected Overrides Sub OnPreRenderComp lete(ByVal e As System.EventArg s)
MyBase.OnPreRen derComplete(e)

Try
Trace.Write("On PreRenderComple te: Thread #" &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.GetHash Code() & "; " &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.IsThrea dPoolThread)

If Not IsNothing(m_red irect) Then
Response.Redire ct(m_redirect, True)
End If
Catch ex As Exception
End Try
End Sub

For now, I left out the details of viewmanagerstat e, but it is a class that
implements IAsyncResult.

So in begin, I spin off a new thread. This is NOT a thread pool thread
(which of course is the whole point).

So the trouble occurs if I use Response.Redire ct from EndPage. This will be
in my new thread’s context and perhaps that’s the problem right there, the
Response.Redire ct with TRUE will abort the thread (I think). After posting,
I moved the Redirect to OnPreRenderComp lete, where we are back on a thread
pool thread.

It seems to work there; I have tested it and can’t get it to break as
before, but I am concerned that the problem is just less likely in this
context vs. fixed. It would be great to confirm from MSFT that the
Response.Redire ct in EndPage will not work and moving it to
OnPreRenderComp lete is the way to go.

I can provide more details of my implementation if it would help.

Feb 22 '07 #3
"pb" <pb@newsgroups. nospamwrote in message
news:1B******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
"Steven Cheng[MSFT]" wrote:
The async model is hooked up like this:
Private Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
System.EventArg s) Handles MyBase.Load

Dim bh As New BeginEventHandl er(AddressOf Me.BeginPage)
Dim eh As New EndEventHandler (AddressOf Me.EndPage)
Me.AddOnPreRend erCompleteAsync (bh, eh)
End Sub
Function BeginPage(ByVal src As Object, ByVal args As EventArgs, ByVal cb
As
AsyncCallback, ByVal state As Object) As IAsyncResult

Trace.Write("Be ginPage: Thread #" &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.GetHash Code() & "; " &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.IsThrea dPoolThread)

Dim v As New vmstate
v.m_page = Me
v.m_config = m_config

Dim vrs As New viewmanagerstat e(Context, cb, v)
m_vm = New viewmanager(vrs )
Dim ts As New ThreadStart(Add ressOf m_vm.start)
Dim thread As New Thread(ts)
thread.Start()
Maybe it's in the code you didn't include, but I don't see what keeps your
page from completing the request before your thread even begins executing.
This will cause your thread to be referenceing a page which is in an invalid
state. Perhaps it's your thread that caused the EndPage to be called?

You are creating a major maintenance headache for yourself with this code.
There is a reason why you don't see many examples of ASP.NET code that
creates another thread. It's not meant to work that way.

John
Feb 23 '07 #4


"John Saunders" wrote:
"pb" <pb@newsgroups. nospamwrote in message
news:1B******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
"Steven Cheng[MSFT]" wrote:
The async model is hooked up like this:
Private Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
System.EventArg s) Handles MyBase.Load

Dim bh As New BeginEventHandl er(AddressOf Me.BeginPage)
Dim eh As New EndEventHandler (AddressOf Me.EndPage)
Me.AddOnPreRend erCompleteAsync (bh, eh)
End Sub
Function BeginPage(ByVal src As Object, ByVal args As EventArgs, ByVal cb
As
AsyncCallback, ByVal state As Object) As IAsyncResult

Trace.Write("Be ginPage: Thread #" &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.GetHash Code() & "; " &
System.Threadin g.Thread.Curren tThread.IsThrea dPoolThread)

Dim v As New vmstate
v.m_page = Me
v.m_config = m_config

Dim vrs As New viewmanagerstat e(Context, cb, v)
m_vm = New viewmanager(vrs )
Dim ts As New ThreadStart(Add ressOf m_vm.start)
Dim thread As New Thread(ts)
thread.Start()

Maybe it's in the code you didn't include, but I don't see what keeps your
page from completing the request before your thread even begins executing.
This will cause your thread to be referenceing a page which is in an invalid
state. Perhaps it's your thread that caused the EndPage to be called?

You are creating a major maintenance headache for yourself with this code.
There is a reason why you don't see many examples of ASP.NET code that
creates another thread. It's not meant to work that way.

John
John,

thanks for the reply, but i don't understand your points.
AddOnPreRenderC ompleteAsync is setup by MSFT for async pages. ASP.NET keeps
the page from completing by ensuring BeginPage is called in the chain. then,
yes, my thread callsback to EndPage.

there is no reason i can't spin up a thread here. see
http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/is...10/WickedCode/ for more
information.
Feb 23 '07 #5
Thanks for your followup Pb,

After got the code snippet you provided, I notice that your implementation
is quite different as I expect. Yes, you haven't simply used the existing
async components (like delegate or WebRequest...) and manually create a
normal sub thread to do the work.

And in addition to the "IAsyncResu lt" implmentation class, another thing
you haven't provided is your thread proc function. You need to ensure the
passed in callback should be invoked at the end of your thread proc
function(when the task has finished). Also, I think the occasional hang
problem does be possible related to the IAsyncResult implementation. You
can try using Delegate.BeginI nvoke approach to run the same stuff to see
whether it will lead to the same behvior.

Sincerely,

Steven Cheng

Microsoft MSDN Online Support Lead
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

Feb 23 '07 #6

"Steven Cheng[MSFT]" wrote:
Thanks for your followup Pb,

After got the code snippet you provided, I notice that your implementation
is quite different as I expect. Yes, you haven't simply used the existing
async components (like delegate or WebRequest...) and manually create a
normal sub thread to do the work.

And in addition to the "IAsyncResu lt" implmentation class, another thing
you haven't provided is your thread proc function. You need to ensure the
passed in callback should be invoked at the end of your thread proc
function(when the task has finished). Also, I think the occasional hang
problem does be possible related to the IAsyncResult implementation. You
can try using Delegate.BeginI nvoke approach to run the same stuff to see
whether it will lead to the same behvior.

Sincerely,

Steven Cheng

Microsoft MSDN Online Support Lead
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

Steven-

a couple of things... i don't think i am having any more trouble with the
redirect now that i've moved it (see previous code). i do, however,
experience "hangs" when running the new thread model under load (using WCAT).
over the course of several hours, i will see ASP.NET restart several times
when it failed to respond to the IIS ping. i do not experience these hangs
when i switch to my old implementation (i have a simple switch that runs it
async or not).

i too suspect it might be the iasyncresult implemention, and i will test
under a simple async delegate model to try to isolate it. in the mean time,
here is my iasynresult implementation:
Public Class viewmanagerstat e
Implements IAsyncResult

Public m_context As HttpContext
Public m_cb As AsyncCallback
Public m_data As vmstate
Public m_iscompleted As Boolean = False
Public m_callcompletee vent As ManualResetEven t = Nothing

Public Sub New(ByVal context As HttpContext, ByVal cb As AsyncCallback,
ByVal data As Object)

m_context = context
m_cb = cb
m_data = data
End Sub

Public ReadOnly Property AsyncState() As Object Implements
System.IAsyncRe sult.AsyncState
Get
Return m_data
End Get
End Property

Public ReadOnly Property AsyncWaitHandle () As
System.Threadin g.WaitHandle Implements System.IAsyncRe sult.AsyncWaitH andle
Get
SyncLock Me
If IsNothing(m_cal lcompleteevent) Then
m_callcompletee vent = New ManualResetEven t(False)
End If
End SyncLock

Return m_callcompletee vent
End Get
End Property

Public ReadOnly Property CompletedSynchr onously() As Boolean Implements
System.IAsyncRe sult.CompletedS ynchronously
Get
Return False
End Get
End Property

Public ReadOnly Property IsCompleted() As Boolean Implements
System.IAsyncRe sult.IsComplete d
Get
Return m_iscompleted
End Get
End Property

Public Sub CompleteRequest ()

m_iscompleted = True

SyncLock Me
If Not IsNothing(m_cal lcompleteevent) Then
m_callcompletee vent.Set()
End If
End SyncLock

m_cb.Invoke(Me)
End Sub
End Class

Feb 23 '07 #7
"pb" <pb@newsgroups. nospamwrote in message
news:46******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
>
....
"John Saunders" wrote:
>Maybe it's in the code you didn't include, but I don't see what keeps
your
page from completing the request before your thread even begins
executing.
This will cause your thread to be referenceing a page which is in an
invalid
state. Perhaps it's your thread that caused the EndPage to be called?

You are creating a major maintenance headache for yourself with this
code.
There is a reason why you don't see many examples of ASP.NET code that
creates another thread. It's not meant to work that way.

John

John,

thanks for the reply, but i don't understand your points.
AddOnPreRenderC ompleteAsync is setup by MSFT for async pages. ASP.NET
keeps
the page from completing by ensuring BeginPage is called in the chain.
then,
yes, my thread callsback to EndPage.
As I said above, "maybe it's in the code you didn't include". If the
completion of your thread is the only way for EndPage to be called, then you
won't have the issue I was concerned with, as the page will not complete
before your thread is through with it.

In general, this technique should work, at least until you can no longer
create new threads.

John
Feb 23 '07 #8
"pb" <pb@newsgroups. nospamwrote in message
news:3A******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
>
"Steven Cheng[MSFT]" wrote:
>Thanks for your followup Pb,

After got the code snippet you provided, I notice that your
implementati on
is quite different as I expect. Yes, you haven't simply used the existing
async components (like delegate or WebRequest...) and manually create a
normal sub thread to do the work.

And in addition to the "IAsyncResu lt" implmentation class, another thing
you haven't provided is your thread proc function. You need to ensure
the
passed in callback should be invoked at the end of your thread proc
function(whe n the task has finished). Also, I think the occasional hang
problem does be possible related to the IAsyncResult implementation. You
can try using Delegate.BeginI nvoke approach to run the same stuff to see
whether it will lead to the same behvior.

Sincerely,

Steven Cheng

Microsoft MSDN Online Support Lead
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
rights.


Steven-

a couple of things... i don't think i am having any more trouble with the
redirect now that i've moved it (see previous code). i do, however,
experience "hangs" when running the new thread model under load (using
WCAT).
over the course of several hours, i will see ASP.NET restart several times
when it failed to respond to the IIS ping. i do not experience these hangs
when i switch to my old implementation (i have a simple switch that runs
it
async or not).

Make very certain that you have a try/catch block around all of your
threads. Otherwise, an unhandled exception will just quietly kill the
thread.

John
Feb 23 '07 #9


"Steven Cheng[MSFT]" wrote:
Thanks for your followup Pb,

After got the code snippet you provided, I notice that your implementation
is quite different as I expect. Yes, you haven't simply used the existing
async components (like delegate or WebRequest...) and manually create a
normal sub thread to do the work.

And in addition to the "IAsyncResu lt" implmentation class, another thing
you haven't provided is your thread proc function. You need to ensure the
passed in callback should be invoked at the end of your thread proc
function(when the task has finished). Also, I think the occasional hang
problem does be possible related to the IAsyncResult implementation. You
can try using Delegate.BeginI nvoke approach to run the same stuff to see
whether it will lead to the same behvior.

Sincerely,

Steven Cheng

Microsoft MSDN Online Support Lead
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

Steven--

at your suggestion, i tried a simple async delegate model. it works; i ran
it through an overnight test and ASP.NET never restarted. so i pretty much
believe that its either my iasyncresult implementation or under my
iasyncresult implementation the code is stressed in another way that causes
it to break. if you could look over my iasyncresult implementation, it would
be much appreciated (its in the previous post).

/phil
Feb 24 '07 #10

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