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I have a problem with db.core witch grows over 4GB and after that crash (32bit limit for apps).

I have no idea why this file is so big.

Is anyone can tell what to do ? 

Simply delete not working after few minutes file have the same size and proces is dead.

 

Regards YNC

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version is 33820

 

SYSERR: May  5 17:27:00 :: safe_create: calloc failed [12] Cannot allocate memory
SYSERR: May  5 17:27:00 :: buffer_new: calloc failed [12] Cannot allocate memory
 
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Exacly, normal 32 bit app can`t alocate more then 4GB (just look at windows 32bit why they can use only 4GB ;) )

<y problem is why this file grows over that 4GB (in my opinion this is 1:1 raw dump from memory), what is loading or how to change config to relese some resources.

 

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I have this problem too.I cant find out why this is happening.My game.core also grows over 4GB

safe_create: calloc failed [12] Cannot allocate memory

buffer_new: calloc failed [12] Cannot allocate memory

I tried this solution and raised my BSD RAM buffers:

 

 

I have to change for this paraments for normal working server:

 

If you want check your paraments

Use command: ipcs -M

 

How to change my paraments bro?

1. ee /etc/sysctl.conf

 

2. type your paraments > I set it like this:

kern.ipc.shmall=4294967296
kern.ipc.shmmax=4294967296

 

The numbers are written in bytes

2GB - 2147483648 bytes.

 

3. Use for restart: service sysctl restart

 

Bu it didnt solve my problem.Smth is wrong with game.My virtual machine gives 4Gb RAM  for FreeBSD.Is that not enough ?.That game files runs on FreeBSD 7.2 with low RAM

and now I got v10.1.I think it is not related with RAM amount or BSD buffer settings.

Pls help

My game version : 34083

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