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Waiting for Server to load seid dem Update!

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Wie die Überschrift schon sagt hängen wir mit unserem Server bei "Waiting for Server to load" fest! Das erst seid Update auf Version 0.9.34!

Datenbank findet der Server aber das letzte im Log macht mit stutzig, evtl kann jemand helfen!?

 

[18:21:30:857938 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: SQL_CUSTOM_V2: Trace: UniqueID: 1 Input: loadContainerCargo:17
[18:21:30:858934 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: SQL_CUSTOM_V2: Trace: UniqueID: 1 Result: [1,[[[]]]]
[18:21:30:858934 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Output to Server: [1,[[[]]]]
[18:21:57:591886 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Input from Server: 9:VERSION
[18:21:57:591886 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Output to Server: 65
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Input from Server: 9:ADD_DATABASE:exile
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Output to Server:
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Input from Server: 9:ADD_DATABASE_PROTOCOL:exile:SQL_CUSTOM_V2:110162:exile
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Error Invalid Format: 9:ADD_DATABASE_PROTOCOL:exile:SQL_CUSTOM_V2:110162:exile
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Output to Server: [0,"Error Invalid Format"]
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Input from Server: 9:SHUTDOWN
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Error Invalid Format: 9:SHUTDOWN
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Output to Server: [0,"Error Invalid Format"]
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Input from Server: 9:SHUTDOWN
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Error Invalid Format: 9:SHUTDOWN
[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Output to Server: [0,"Error Invalid Format"]
[18:40:10:005562 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Stopping ...

 

Danke für Eure Hilfe!

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[18:21:57:628891 +02:00] [Thread 4128] extDB2: Error Invalid Format: 9:ADD_DATABASE_PROTOCOL:exile:SQL_CUSTOM_V2:110162:exile

hast du die SQL_CUSTOM_V2.ini ersetzt in extdb?

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Ja habe ich, genauso wie ich den Fehler gefunden habe! Einfach nur Myqsl neu gestartet! Danke troztdem für den Support!

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