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Cannot open object


We have built an Australia Exile server. Have been playing on it for about 3 weeks.

Now we are getting this error: Cannot open object ca\roads\sil10_50.p3d

I start the server and when anyone tries to join, it gets to the readmission file and that error pops up. It has a close button, but when you click it nothing happens. You have to go to desktop and close game.

BTW this has happened 2 times. The first time after about a half day it went away. Don't know what I did to get that to happen.

From Mission side RPT

11:57:55  Starting mission:
11:57:55  Mission file: Exile (__CUR_MP)
11:57:55  Mission world: Australia
11:57:55  Mission directory: mpmissions\__CUR_MP.Australia\
11:57:58  Warning Message: Cannot open object ca\roads\sil10_50.p3d

I have deleted the database and created a new one, still get the error.

In @ExileServer\extDB\logs\2017\12\15 it show this:


extDB2: Version: 70
extDB2: https://github.com/Torndeco/extDB2
extDB2: Windows Version
Message: All development for extDB2 is done on a Linux Dedicated Server
Message: If you would like to Donate to extDB2 Development
Message: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=2SUEFTGABTAM2
Message: Also leave a message if there is any particular feature you would like to see added.
Message: Thanks for all the people that have donated.
Message: Torndeco: 20/02/15

extDB2: Found extdb-conf.ini
extDB2: Detected 4 Cores, Setting up 4 Worker Threads

[11:58:01:849298 --4:00] [Thread 12596] extDB2: Database Type: MySQL
[11:58:01:861223 --4:00] [Thread 12596] extDB2: Database Session Pool Started
[11:58:01:862626 --4:00] [Thread 12596] extDB2: SQL_CUSTOM_V2: Loading Template Filename: D:\SteamCMD\steamapps\common\Arma3\Australia\@ExileServer\extDB\sql_custom_v2\exile.ini
[11:58:01:862756 --4:00] [Thread 12596] extDB2: SQL_CUSTOM_V2: Version 12 Detected, Latest Version 12 Available
[12:10:28:131028 --4:00] [Thread 12596] extDB2: Stopping ...







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Edited by TBsThug

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