FWIW, on my boxes where aolserver appears to function correctly, the tcl in the aolserver lib is 8.3:

I have a what seems reliable test see if aolserver is working properly.

copy off your .ini file
modify any Library entries and point them to a new location.
in the new location put a .tcl file that schedules a number of ns_logs some with threading (I suggest having the procs run ever second or 2 or 3).
also kill any lines that have an auxconfigdir

bring up the new server using your new .ini file

if the logs stop getting written to you know you have a problem.

Zach Shaw
Web Developer, Library and Technology Services
Brandeis University

AOLserver - http://www.aolserver.com/

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