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darkshadow1809

XAMPP + Mysql = bambi timeout?

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Hi there,

 

My second issue has arised. Unfortunately I had to change something in the MySQL database but the only form I am familiar with is PhpMyAdmin So I gone ahead and installed XAMPP to get everything setup. I replaced all the files etc made the new Exile database. everything worked. It connects properly and to my knowledge does not produce any errors. However now I am getting a bambi timeout error which is very odd.

 

Yes I do have CBA_A3 mod and Yes I did change the config setting in the exile_server to make it work. 

Yes bambi's were able to be created before on the non phpmyadmin MySQL just a vanilla install.

 

When I installed XAMPP and got everything setup it appeared that I had a bambi timeout creation error occuring. I also went ahead and checked if strict mode was on. it was so I set it with

SET @@global.sql_mode= ”;

Upon doing that it still gave the error so I made sure it was on non-strict mode.

I went ahead and ran 

SELECT @@sql_mode

 

After that it parsed out the following; 

@@sql_mode
Edit Edit Copy Copy Delete Delete NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION

 

So that means its no longer strict.

 

So far the following steps I've done

 

1. Make sure the connection is made between the MySQL and the server; Otherwise Arma3 Wont get past "reading mission"

2. Make sure I can load in. Which I can and I can normally select a spawn point. However it hangs at requesting bambi character.

3. I made sure MySQL is NOT set to strict mode.

4. I gave the user "exile" ALL permissions. I also triple checked to make sure it had the right privilidges etc etc

 

Is there anything I missed or overlooked? I'd be glad to know.

 

Thanks in advance!

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I tried everything but to no success.. :/ I am out of options here If anyone needs me to provide any log files ill be more then happy too.

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Sorted. It was a custom bambi script that wasn't doing its job correctly. Not sure why that would time out a bambi creation though.

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