[GFF] Joes_98

Database Extension ( Unable to locate)

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Hey,

Sorry for my bad english Skills. But I will try it :)

3 days work with my best friend Google and I can not find anythink for my problem. Maybe you can help me better.

So thats my Problem:

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12:37:42 "ExileServer - Server is loading..."
12:37:42 Client: Nonnetwork object aabb1400.
12:37:42 "ExileServer - MySQL connection error!"
12:37:42 "ExileServer - Please have a look at @ExileServer/extDB/logs/ to find out what went wrong."
12:37:42 "ExileServer - MySQL Error: Unable to locate extDB2 extension!"
12:37:42 "ExileServer - Server will shutdown now :("
12:37:42 "Player/BIS_fnc_log: [preInit] ExileServer_fnc_preInit (80.9994 ms)"

 

 

What I have done:

  • SQL has external access rights
  • The database  is registered in "extdb-conf.ini"
  • The extDB Test pack say, there all liberies on the OS.

What is the problem:

  • The Exile Server does not find the extDB2 extension.
  • The  Exile Server can not connect to the Database (I think so ;) )
  • The Exile Server do not create a log....
  • I can not find tdd.dll in my files

What are my questions to you and the Exile community:

  • What are the extDB2 extension really (extDB2.dll?)
  • Where the extension need to go ? (In the @ExileServer folder???)

So I know there are much more same problems in the Forum. But that can not help me.

My OS:

Linux Debian 7

Start param.:

./arma3server -config=config.cfg -mod=@exile -servermod=@exileserver -autoinit

I hope you can help me :)

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I also have the same problem, have you come up with a fix for this issue?

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Thanks for the replie. But the Problem is still there. Can you write me a Start parm. ?

I have install the extdb2 in the Home Arma file.  And edit my Start parm.

./arma3server -config=config.cfg -mod=@exile -mod=@extDB2 -servermod=@exileserver -autoinit

 

Edited by [GFF] Joes_98

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On 1/23/2016 at 7:36 AM, [GFF] Joes_98 said:

Thanks for the replie. But the Problem is still there. Can you write me a Start parm. ?

I have install the extdb2 in the Home Arma file.  And edit my Start parm.


./arma3server -config=config.cfg -mod=@exile -mod=@extDB2 -servermod=@exileserver -autoinit

 

Your config.cfg should be in your @ExileServer folder, that's one of your problems that I see; unless it works for you. Secondly go ahead and re-download the ExileServer of which you have, then open @ExileServer and Drag the extdb.dll to that folder, It should look like this; http://prntscr.com/9u82qj

Sadly if you're on Linux I can't help you; so just try that and hope it works.

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Can you connect to your database through any software like Navicat, or HeidiSQL ?

Is it hosted server(with who) or  is it on your PC?

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Thanks Shadowfying for the replie. I will try it :)

I can connect this Navicat. And the server is hosted by me with Linux Dedian 7 as OS

 

 

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How are you still having problems and running a linux server..............

Did you check for server rpt errors / extDB2 log files errors  ???
Did you actually grab the linux versions of extDB2 i linked you ??? 
Did you follow the general wiki for installing extDB2 i.e did you install tbbmalloc 32bit

ldd /path/to/extDB2.so  will tell you if you are missing anything required


Did you check extDB2 requirements were it says Debian 8+  (i am guessing not)
If you search on the forums people have it working on Debian 7  but its not supported at all

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Hi i had the same problem yesterday.

My falt was i lowercase the most of my files on the Linux Server and that was my failure.

Rename the file from extdb2.so to extDB2.so and it works!

greetz Hoschi

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