988172 wrote:The EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION means a C\C++ pointer bug.
Could you elaborate a bit on what you mean?
since I didn't understand how mdnsNSP.dll was relevant here)Since it is a binary, not part of the standard OS and not part of the VM, that means it can be the source of a C\C++ pointer bug.
and reproduced the issue just the same.I looked for the first one that I could see. There could be others.
This started occurring after upgrading to the latest Java 7 release and the log points to JITWhich could indicate a VM bug. But only if there is no JNI in use (including all third party libraries.) If JNI is in use then a new release can have a different execution path which causes a previously unseen bug to present itself.