Web application error handling is rarely robust enough to survive a penetration test. If an application fails to an unknown state, it is likely that an attacker may be able to exploit this indeterminate state to access unauthorized functionality, or worse create, modify or destroy data.Ensure that your application has a “safe mode” to which it can return if something truly unexpected occurs.Here's some steps you can take to get to the bottom of the problem: We have a guide on common error messages here.Your task history is a log of all the tasks your Zap has attempted on your behalf, you can access it from this link or from your dashboard.For more information on using the Task History to debug trouble with your Zap, please see our Task History Guide here.Many errors can be corrected with just a small change to the configuration of the Zap, especially the Action template.
See troubleshooting section of 389 Directory Server FAQ including the information how to retrieve a core dump and a stacktrace if the Directory Server is crashing.GC messages are generated whenever the GC executes and provides information about how much work the GC did: D/Mono (15723): GC_BRIDGE num-objects 1 num_hash_entries 81226 sccs size 81223 init 0.00ms df1 285.36ms sort 38.56ms dfs2 50.04ms setup-cb 9.95ms free-data 106.54ms user-cb 20.12ms clenanup 0.05ms links 5523436/5523436/5523096/1 dfs passes 1104 6883/11046605 D/Mono (15723): GC_MINOR: (Nursery full) pause 2.01ms, total 287.45ms, bridge 225.60 promoted 0K major 325184K los 1816K D/Mono ( 2073): GC_MAJOR: (user request) pause 2.17ms, total 2.47ms, bridge 28.77 major 576K/576K los 0K/16K Xamarin. Action handler, Boolean removable) I/monodroid-gref(12405): at Java. This means that your PATH does not contain the directory where the Java SDK's bin directory is located.Android uses Android global references to provide mappings between Java instances and the associated managed instances, as when invoking a Java method a Java instance needs to be provided to Java. Set Handle(Int Ptr value, Jni Handle Ownership transfer) I/monodroid-gref(12405): at Java. Object..ctor(Int Ptr handle, Jni Handle Ownership transfer) I/monodroid-gref(12405): at Java. Check that you followed those steps from the Installation guide.Android will write many messages to the Android Debug Log. Android uses Android system properties to control the generation of additional messages to the Android Debug Log. There are 2 downloads available from Google for the Android SDK for Windows. Android where the SDK is in Visual Studio by going to Tools Android Settings: Sometimes you will attempt to deploy your application to a device, but the device you want to deploy to isn't shown in the Select Device dialog.Android system properties can be set through the System properties are read during process startup, and thus must be either set before the application is launched or the application must be restarted after the system properties are changed. Android supports the following system properties: Please choose the correct System. If you choose the installer, it will write registry keys that tell Xamarin. If you choose the file and unzip it yourself, Xamarin. This can happen when the Android Debug Bridge decides to go on vacation.