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[SOLVED] 'Attempt to override'

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Heya!

 

We've recently renewed our server installing everything by scratch again because of the new Exile Update and we also got the latest Infistar, now the thing is, one of our players, as soon as he connected this was happening:

 7:10:23 "ExileServer - Player <nameoftheplayer> (UID <UID>) connected!"
 7:10:23 "<infiSTAR.de>CONNECTLOG| #0 Connected: <nameoftheplayer>(<UID>) ID: 5 SteamName:   <nameoftheplayer>   [30-Jun-2016 22-18-55 - v0053]"
 7:10:23 Attempt to override final function - fnc_infistar_stopvaultglitch
 7:10:26 "<infiSTAR.de>CONNECTLOG| #1 Connected: <nameoftheplayer>(<UID>) ID: 5 SteamName:   <nameoftheplayer>   [UpTime: 0h 49min 30s |  - ServerFPS: 49.2308]   [30-Jun-2016 22-18-55 - v0053]"
 7:10:54 "ExileServer - Starting session for '<nameoftheplayer>' with ID 'fEbLijdo'..."
 7:10:56 "ExileServer - Deleting group R Alpha 2-1 (2:1240)..."
 7:11:32 "<infiSTAR.de>CONNECTLOG| #2 Disconnected: <nameoftheplayer>(<UID>) ID: 5 SteamName:   <nameoftheplayer>   [30-Jun-2016 22-18-55 - v0053]"
 7:11:32 Client: Remote object 5:0 not found
 7:11:32 Warning: Cleanup player - person 2:1245 not found
 7:11:33 Warning: Cleanup player - person 2:1245 not found
 7:18:10 User name='<nameoftheplayer>', pid=<PID>, steamID=<UID> banned

So it comes with a message saying ' 7:10:23 Attempt to override final function - fnc_infistar_stopvaultglitch'

And after that he was banned.

 

Got any idea what was triggering that? 

 

Thanks in advance already!

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Hey

7:10:23 Attempt to override final function - fnc_infistar_stopvaultglitch

well infiSTAR should be the only thing that defines this function - if it is defined already it looks to me like infiSTAR is starting twice? Possible?

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Hm well I looked at the folder and some other folders as well and it just contains 1 inistar PBO and that's it - If it would be running twice wouldn't it then give a warning to all functions and not just that one?

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that's true - makes it even more strange lol

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check your servers config.fg, these are default values for the following things:

onUnsignedData                         = "kick (_this select 0)";
onHackedData                         = "ban (_this select 0)";
onDifferentData                     = "kick (_this select 0)";

 

maybe you need to put all 3 to kick only

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Yea we have it exactly like that

 

onUnsignedData 						= "kick (_this select 0)";	
onHackedData 						= "ban (_this select 0)";
onDifferentData 					= "kick (_this select 0)";

 

Wouldn't have a clue why it still banned that player though.

 

Looked around about that 'attempt to override' error and it doesn't seem to appear now for the infiSTAR function.

 

I still really wonder why it banned the player though makes absolutely no sense lol

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because it might have seen some data as hackeddata - not infistar - I'm talking about arma3 :P

so I would change that "ban" to a "kick" there

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Alright - I'll be checking how everything runs from now and let ya know if we run into any more troubles.

 

Thanks already for your help :)

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okay

I still don't understand how it tried to compileFinal that function twice tho!

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I really don't understand that either but it never happened before but it does happen often with a few other functions but it ain't really an hassle. For now everything seems fine, multiple players connected and no issues anymore

 

This thread can be closed and is 'solved'.

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