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Re: [glob2-devel] Urgent call for action

From: Leo Wandersleb
Subject: Re: [glob2-devel] Urgent call for action
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 23:29:32 +0200
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hi all,

as an immediate action i reset yog by "mv .glob2/ .glob2.bak"
it is up and running again but all users and all maps are gone for now until we
find some new hosting/somebody to fix the problem.


leo wandersleb

On 15/07/11 09:24, Stéphane Magnenat wrote:
> Hi Leo,
>> YOG is broken seriously and I had to permanently switch it off until somebody
>> fixes it.
>> I have no time to take care of it now. At least not much.
>> Actually glob2 seems to crash 10 times per minute producing 3MB of core dumps
>> each crash. Not only will I run out of any disc space in no time like that I
>> also assume that playing was not possible the past days.
>> I have core dumps if anybody wants to analyze.
>> I assume we could fire it up by just deleting the user and/or map db but I 
>> don't
>> know exactly how that would work.
> Is YOG compiled with debug info? What does
>     gdb yogexecutable core
> shows? To analyze, as far as I know, one needs the core and the binary.
> Could it be that some quota was exceeded and that some write operation fails? 
> It
> it strange that the whole system collapses after years of reliable use.
>> Hope somebody is willing to take the task and actually I would prefere if
>> "somebody" would also take the hosting :/
> I understand. Anyone around with some server capacity to host yog?
> Have a nice day,
> Stéph

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