[FYCA] BillytheDog

Not getting restart messages

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Hi, 

Is there a problem with the restart messages? i have checked the settings and they are correct as we have had them before, is this a bug? I didn't want to post config but happy for you to have it if you need it.

Thanks

Rob

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Same problem no tost info no warning sound.

settings:

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class infiSTAR_RESTART_SYSTEM {
    enableSystem = "true";

    USE_RESTART_TIME_IN_M = "false";
    RESTART_TIME_IN_M = 240;                /* restart time in minutes (default: 180min == 3 hours) */
    TIME_FUNCTION_USED = "diag_tickTime";    /* diag_tickTime (starts with arma3server.exe), time (starts with mpmission init) */


    USE_RESTART_FIXED_TIME_ARRAY = "false";
    RESTART_TIMES[] = {    /* {hour,minute} .. put in the times when your server is supposed to restart (real time). */
        {00,00},
        {02,00},
        {04,00},
        {06,00},
        {08,00},
        {10,00},
        {12,00},
        {14,00},
        {16,00},
        {18,00},
        {20,00},
        {22,00}
    };


    USE_SHUTDOWN = "false";
    SERVER_END_FUNCTION = "#shutdown";    /* SERVER_END_FUNCTION -> #shutdown or #restartserver */
    RESTART_WARNING_SOUND = "air_raid";    /* for example: Alarm or air_raid */

    RESTART_IN_X_ARRAY[] = {30,15,10,8,6,5,4,3,2,1};    /* Announce the a restart x mins before it happens (x stands for each number) */
};

I hope it comes soon an update it will be more and more errors ;)

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this my config & its working

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class infiSTAR_RESTART_SYSTEM {
 enableSystem = "true";

 USE_RESTART_TIME_IN_M = "true";
 RESTART_TIME_IN_M = 240;    /* restart time in minutes (default: 180min == 3 hours) */
 TIME_FUNCTION_USED = "diag_tickTime"; /* diag_tickTime (starts with arma3server.exe), time (starts with mpmission init) */

 USE_RESTART_FIXED_TIME_ARRAY = "false";
 RESTART_TIMES[] = { /* {hour,minute} .. put in the times when your server is supposed to restart (real time). */
  {00,00},
  {02,00},
  {04,00},
  {06,00},
  {08,00},
  {10,00},
  {12,00},
  {14,00},
  {16,00},
  {18,00},
  {20,00},
  {22,00}
 };

 USE_SHUTDOWN = "true";
 SERVER_END_FUNCTION = "#shutdown"; /* SERVER_END_FUNCTION -> #shutdown or #restartserver */
 RESTART_WARNING_SOUND = "Alarm"; /* for example: Alarm or air_raid */
};

 

Edited by Hakimos

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If you're running the latest version of infiSTAR you need to have restart array added to your config.

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8 hours ago, Hakimos said:

Das meine config

 

I see at their config that they do not use the new infistar version.

The latest version is v74 and not v73

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im using v73 because the last one have a problem with repair vehicle

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Restart warnings have not worked for since 0074. here's my config ...

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class infiSTAR_RESTART_SYSTEM {
    enableSystem = "true";

    USE_RESTART_TIME_IN_M = "false";
    RESTART_TIME_IN_M = 180;                /* restart time in minutes (default: 180min == 3 hours) */
    TIME_FUNCTION_USED = "diag_tickTime";    /* diag_tickTime (starts with arma3server.exe), time (starts with mpmission init) */


    USE_RESTART_FIXED_TIME_ARRAY = "true";
    RESTART_TIMES[] = {    /* {hour,minute} .. put in the times when your server is supposed to restart (real time). */
        {03,00},
        {09,00},
        {15,00},
        {21,00}
    };


    USE_SHUTDOWN = "true";
    SERVER_END_FUNCTION = "#shutdown";    /* SERVER_END_FUNCTION -> #shutdown or #restartserver */
    RESTART_WARNING_SOUND = "air_raid";    /* for example: Alarm or air_raid */

    RESTART_IN_X_ARRAY[] = {30,15,10,5,4,3,2};    /* Announce the a restart x mins before it happens (x stands for each number) */
};

Everything else works including teh actual server restart initiated by infiSTAR as per 'USE_SHUTDOWN="true";'. Just no warnings at all.

 

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