> From: Brewer, Christopher [mailto:cbrewer@...]
> I can now see the access indicators and I've since been
> surprised by Doxygen accessing the network when it is in
> the 'building documents' phase.
It's not Doxygen itself, I'm sure. Undoubtedly this is just Windows doing
what Windows does, namely, generate spurious network traffic <g>.
Seems that anytime Windows thinks it might need to determine almost anything
about any network resource for any reason whatsoever, it blasts out some SMB
query and response packets (might be reported as NetBIOS or NetBEUI,
depending on your protocol analyzer) usually starting with a broadcast or
two. Similarly, if you have ANY chatty machines on the network, your box is
probably answering various queries from the offender(s) on a regular basis
Also, if your PATH maps to network drives, this symptom will be exacerbated
on every CreateProcess call that employs the SearchPath to locate files.
Keith G. Chuvala
Space Operations Computing (SpOC) Team
Johnson Space Center
Houston, Texas USA
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