The world server is loading very slowly and has been stuck in one place. I am sure it is not due to insufficient memory or configuration. May I know what to do.
Thank you, brother!Those are just some errors. I think they all do that for now. The server should run fine still, mine does and as I have been having issues with my IP changing and invalidating my license everyday my server has currently been up and running for about a week with no crashes or issues despite those errors
EDIT. Once those errors start popping up the server should be fully online and ready to log in. And in case you didn't know you can make an account by typing "account create username password" in the world server console
Make sure you download the new DBC mmaps and other files as I think the vip uses a different version of them. Not sure but I had a crash when logging in before downloading them.
If that doesn't work do you have a crash log? If not what does your server log say near the end?
I am using VIP version data files, including map files.
MoveSpline::init_spline: zero length spline, wrong input data? 17379657310125548613 17379652628611195667 17379652628611195673 17379538111897534655 MoveSpline::init_spline: zero length spline, wrong input data? MoveSpline::init_spline: zero length spline, wrong input data? Today at 12:04 AM Loading Transports... MMAP:loadMap: Could not open mmtile file './mmaps/1133_31_31.mmtile' MMAP:loadMap: Could not open mmtile file './mmaps/1133_31_32.mmtile' MMAP:loadMap: Could not open mmtile file './mmaps/1133_32_31.mmtile' MMAP:loadMap: Could not open mmtile file './mmaps/1133_32_32.mmtile'
These are just errors which reference the movemap tiles for pathing, it does not cause your worldserver to crash.
I would suggest that you attempt a clean install of all the files.
I have reinstalled this issue several times on three different computers, and I have even purchased three licenses for it.Strangely, I still cannot solve this problem by downloading and installing again. Is this related to my use of Win10? I saw that the teaching video used Win7