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Server Admin Crashes: Thread 6 NetBoot

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Every time I start my Server Admin Program it crashes and cannot update the services and cannot load some of them.  When I click on DHCP I know it is running but it will show no connected clients. Netboot Will Not Even Populate.



I get several errors:


My Server:

OS X Server 10.5.8

Server Admin Tools: 10.5.3 (even though I used the 10.5.7 install package.)


The Service has encountered an error (kNetworkError)



missing '}' at line 34444


when I run a status update





From system log: Exited Abnormally: Bus Error


NETBOOT: (continued)


Problem From Log:


Process:     servermgrd [22059]
Path:        /usr/sbin/servermgrd
Identifier:  servermgrd
Version:     ??? (???)
Code Type:   X86 (Native)

Parent Process:  launchd [1]


Date/Time:   2013-02-17 11:14:03.979 -0500
OS Version:  Mac OS X Server 10.5.8 (9L34)

Report Version:  6

Anonymous UUID:  5BD50A1F-4C6D-4787-8490-FCBA1C6993F9


Exception Type:  EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS)

Exception Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE at 0x0000000000000000

Crashed Thread:  6


Thread 6 Crashed:

0          0x9761672b CFBooleanGetValue + 43

1   ...rverAdmin.servermgr_netboot    0x0043c273 my_xdrproc + 12873

2   ...rverAdmin.servermgr_netboot    0x00439915 my_xdrproc + 2283

3   libservermgrcommon.dylib          0x00077414 -[PluginRequestHandler doProcessInputWithRequest:context:lockFileFD:] + 315

4   libservermgrcommon.dylib          0x000791c0 -[BundleManager doCommand:withModule:forUser:] + 905

5   libservermgrcommon.dylib          0x00078ba7 -[BundleManager doOneBatchCommand:] + 448

6              0x93006dfd -[NSThread main] + 45

7              0x930069a4 __NSThread__main__ + 308

8   libSystem.B.dylib                 0x97fe0055 _pthread_start + 321

9   libSystem.B.dylib                 0x97fdff12 thread_start + 34

Mac Pro, OS X Server, Lion


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