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AshleyIn1080p

Server stuck in boot loop

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Hi i'm having a problem with my server, where it will just keep boot looping, from what i can tell it's something in my mission.sqm as if i put clean one in folder it don't do it, can someone look over it and see why its doing it, as i dont get any error, just that its boot looping all the time if i start server. here is my mission.sqm.. https://pastebin.com/Y7LZ5idV 

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Hello @AshleyIn1080p,

Try this FIRST.

Put in the DEFAULT mission file and see if it can boot up AND you can log in AND get 'boots on the ground'.

 

IF you can join, then your mission file is 'messed up' somewhere.

IF you CAN NOT join, then it is a problem with the server itself.

It is also possible that you have issues with BOTH.

 

BOTH things will cause the server to 'loop'.

 

:)

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I've done that, and loads fine, and can connect to it, it is defo the mission file i have done, but its very similar to the default Tanoa map just some the points moved to different places. I've spent a few hour going over both configs and see nothing that would make it not work.

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Hello,

i've used your mission.sqm on a fresh dedi and i've no problem at all.

Config/Update ? You should post your rpt server log file here. :)

 

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Perhaps a problem with your database setup.

20:17:14 "ExileServer - Database Error: Error Unknown Protocol"

 

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Ok, i don't understand why i've loaded this mission file first with success, but could you check your markers name ?

There is about 20 markers with the same name :

name = "ExileMarker"

 

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41 minutes ago, AshleyIn1080p said:

... doing stuff so late at night!

Haha ! ... was so late for me too. In my first answer, i made a mistake by testing the wrong sqm file :ph34r:

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