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- Sep 25 2014, 8:08 PM (452 w, 5 d)
May 11 2016
I've contacted my GSP on the 25th of september, after last weeks hotfix.
And they answered me the same day.
The freezes actually started with the hotfix, there was no freeze before the hotfix... the hotfix kind of made it worse as I prefered when the server was restarting on its own every 45 minutes rather than freezing and not restarting.
No it is not enabled.
I did, and I reinstalled many times, The freezes alsways came back.
Fragnet's answer was : "At the moment, this is a bug introduced with the 1.79 update . It should be fixed by the next update. " and "It seems to be touching servers quite randomly, we can only assume what the cause would be as we are not in the coding loop, we just know that BI is aware of the crashing issues."
I have another problem since this wednesday as well.
The server still freeze all the time but now if I try to restart the server at any point with the #restart command, the server does a #reassign.
It doesn't restart, it just reload everything, and freeze just after.
The ip is still : 184.108.40.206:2702 (fragnet)
I agree with JMan.
The thing that I can't understand is that when 0.49 first came out, servers kept restarting so a hotfix was rushed to fix the problem.
Once the hotfix was deployed, servers started to freeze and to need manual restart, mine crash even more often since the hotfix... but there's no hotfix coming.
Why was it urgent to released a hotfix after 0.49 came out, and not now when the situation is worse ?
I'd actually love to see an update that would simply remove the hotfix and go back to what was 0.49 before the hotfix.
There was no freeze, no need to manual restart.
It used to crash but at least the server was coming back online.
I've read on the status report they "hope" to fix the problem at the end of the month... when a new hotfix is actually needed more than the previous one was.
I wish we could downgrade to remove this last hotfix.