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Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 113 Star 1,233 Fork 250 tjanczuk/iisnode Code Issues 138 Pull requests 10 Projects 0 Wiki iisnode http substatus: 1002 Pulse Graphs New issue iisnode encountered an error when processing the

Hresult: 0x2 Http Status: 500 Http Substatus: 1002 Http Reason: Internal Server Error

request. - HResult 0x2 - HTTP status: 500 #282 Open petereysermans opened this Issue Jun 13, 2013 · iisnode request processing failed for reasons unrecognized by iisnode 8 comments Projects None yet Labels None yet Milestone No milestone Assignees No one assigned 3 participants petereysermans commented Jun 13, 2013 I can't seem to get iisnode working iisnode encountered an error when processing the request azure on my system, my specs: Windows Web Server 2008 R2 x64 Node 0.10.10 installed in C:\Program Files (x86)\nodejs iisnode-full-iis7-v0.2.3-x64.msi installed in "C:\Program Files (x86)\iisnode" IISNode is installed via "msiexec /i iisnode-full-iis7-v0.2.3-x64.msi WOW=1" Plesk The "Enable 32-bit applications" boolean is set to true on the application pool, which runs in Integrated mode (I've tried Classic, does not change anything) and

Iisnode Scheduled A Retry Of A Named Pipe Connection To The Node.exe Process

on .Net framework version 4. My application is the 'Hello world' application that is mentioned in the howtos of iisnode. The code: var http = require('http'); http.createServer(function (req, res) { res.writeHead(200, {'Content-Type': 'text/plain'}); res.end('Hello, world! [helloworld sample]'); }).listen(process.env.PORT); If I change 'process.env.PORT' to '8000' and run the file via the command 'node hello.js', then the page works fine. I can browse it via localhost:8000. I've looked at the etw traces but can't make anything of it. I've also tried to log any exceptions in my node file by catching the exception and writing it to a file but no file is created. the etw traces look like this: iisnode initialized the application manager iisnode received a new http request iisnode initialized a new node.exe process iisnode initialized a new node.js application iisnode increases pending async operation count iisnode scheduled a retry of a named pipe connection to the node.exe process iisnode dispatched new http request iisnode decreases pending async operation count iisnode leaves CNodeHttpModule::OnExecuteRequestHandler with RQ_NOTIFICATION_PENDING iisnode detected termination of node.exe process iisnode w

Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 113 Star 1,233 Fork 250 tjanczuk/iisnode Code Issues 138 Pull requests 10 Projects 0 Wiki Pulse Graphs New issue Port 80 requires elevated privileges #417 Closed robinkedia opened this Issue Feb 4, 2015 · iisnode hresult: 0x2 12 comments Projects None yet Labels None yet Milestone No milestone Assignees No one assigned iisnode was unable to establish named pipe connection to the node.exe process 8 participants robinkedia commented Feb 4, 2015 Please advise - iisnode encountered an error when processing the request. HRESULT: 0x2 HTTP status: 500 HTTP

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subStatus: 1002 HTTP reason: Internal Server Error You are receiving this HTTP 200 response because system.webServer/iisnode/@devErrorsEnabled configuration setting is 'true'. In addition to the log of stdout and stderr of the node.exe process, consider using debugging and ETW traces https://github.com/tjanczuk/iisnode/issues/282 to further diagnose the problem. The last 64k of the output generated by the node.exe process to stderr is shown below: Port 80 requires elevated privileges Collaborator rramachand21 commented Feb 4, 2015 Is your node app listening on process.env.PORT ? robinkedia commented Feb 20, 2015 I'm using this code process.env.PORT || 3000 robinkedia commented Feb 20, 2015 I want to make it run on port 80 and not 3000 robinkedia commented Mar 12, 2015 Can anyone help on https://github.com/tjanczuk/iisnode/issues/417 this one? I tried even with hard coded port 80 Collaborator rramachand21 commented Mar 12, 2015 iisnode and node.exe communicate over named pipes and therefore process.env.PORT is what you need to listen on which is a named pipe when you are using iisnode. Your iis site can be configured to listen on port 80. koistya commented Jul 21, 2015 @rramachand21 /all How to make a local request to Express.js route when http server is hosted on a named pipe? Or, is it a better way to figure out which port IISNode exposes and send HTTP request to that port instead? If so, how to find out which port IISNode is using? edrujo commented Nov 11, 2015 any update on this? I am facing the same problem when I tried to use the https module of node js luckysai1976 commented Nov 22, 2015 I am also facing same problem, if any solution it will help. nystromb commented Feb 15, 2016 Try using sudo when starting your project scarvill91 commented Feb 15, 2016 As as a general rule processes running without root privileges cannot bind to ports below 1024 Collaborator rramachand21 commented Apr 7, 2016 @koistya iisnode runs within w3wp which listens to whatever Port you configure it to listen on via IIS. iisnode and node.exe communicate over named pipe. If your IIS site is listening on port 80 and you have configured iis

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