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Hellow.I use a 40k sf with my own game & db . When i installed it all was good but after a reboot or ch1_core1 or ch99 had crash...

somebody said that it's from db (i compile mainline_released)

In db syseror i have these errors

SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:55 :: pid_init:
Start of pid: 1072

SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:55 :: Start: TABLE_POSTFIX not configured use default
SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:58 :: socket_bind: bind: Address already in use
SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:58 :: pid_deinit:
End of pid

SYSERR: Apr 13 23:57:46 :: Process: FDWATCH: peer null in event: ident 23

Sorry for my english :P

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SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:55 :: Start: TABLE_POSTFIX not configured use default:

is not a error you can define a table postfix in your db config.

 

SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:58 :: socket_bind: bind: Address already in use

this port 15000 is running you musst kill first the process or you make a server reboot.

 

SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:58 :: pid_deinit:
End of pid:

 

he kill the process because he is running -> SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:58 :: socket_bind: bind: Address already in use

 

also search the process of port your db port or reboot the server

 

Sry for my bad english

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SYSERR: Apr 13 23:56:58 :: socket_bind: bind: Address already in use

port already used or the core is already runing (it cannot be closed if you have started it over and over you should reboot in such a case)

so to fix this you should restart you server then try to start if the core does not start and you get on the ssh this error change the port

 

SYSERR: Apr 13 23:57:46 :: Process: FDWATCH: peer null in event: ident 23

sence you complied mainline_released there is no telling what is missing in there + you should check what you have done lately.

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