[Freeswitch-users] Unhandled Exception in CLR

Peter Olsson peter at olssononline.se
Mon Apr 21 19:24:12 MSD 2014

Is FS compiled as 32- or 64-bit? You need to get a backtrace to find out
what's really going on. Sofia and other modules won't throw exceptions
(it's C), so until you get a backtrace from the error/exception it will be
more or less impossible to help.


2014-04-21 17:00 GMT+02:00 <andretodd at verizon.net>:

> Hi,
> While using Mod_managed and when the threads get to about 4000 threads I
> keep getting "An exception came from the CLR" in a unknown module.
> I have error handling on all my c# code and I have tired to debug the dump
> looking for the problem.
> Today I saw a new error saying Fault module name mod_sofia,dll
> I really have no idea where the Unhandled exception is. I even put this
> code to try to find it
> AppDomain.CurrentDomain.*UnhandledException* += new
> UnhandledExceptionEventHandler(CurrentDomain_UnhandledException);
> however nothing ever fires.  Can I assume since the error is from the CLR
> it could be the Mod_Manged dll?  Is the Sofia throwing an exception to
> mod_managed then the app crashes?
> I really need help here to stop the crash and how to stop it.
> Thanks
> Andre
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