in my game server with the mod Altis Life, when we are between 40 and 50 player crashes Arma 3 for most of the players with the message Windows Classic "Arma 3 has stopped working ...".
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I've checked that folder and server side is empty, client side I'm giving you my bidmp, mdmp and rpt attaching them here.
Thank you for the files. Could you please try to specify when these crashes occur? Is it any moment common for the crashes? Also, which missions are your servers running (and the crashes are happening during them)?
It seems to happen in a random way after patch 1.28, on our official server we're running Altis Life 3.1.3 and we've noticed that with less than 20-30 players it occours only to few people (3-4 a times) but if we are over 30-40 players it can occour from 3-4 to 20-30 people at the same time.
On the test server we're running Altis Life 220.127.116.11 and only tested with 3-4 people. As said by Pojus before, today with only him online (and afk doing nothing) the crash occourred.
At the moment we haven't found a common cause for these crashes
looks like its a BEClient.dll related crash, I've been getting these as well. Usually after 30 or 40 minutes of gameplay (of course this happens after the netcode seems to break, certain actions with vehicle (Get in and get out), end up not being sent to everyone else on the server). The problem probably isn't visual in any way. It's something that is going on "under the hood" with BE.