So not really an ASM problem, which is why I'm posting in general. I'm wondering if anyone else has had this problem. Occasionally my server has "crashed" with no error message. People are still connected to the server and can chat for a while, however all items are frozen or continue in a straight line. ie. fish out of water. When I check the server on the box it seems to be running, however the RAM reported in taskmanager is slowing decreasing. It will continue like that until it is down to around 15000k and then just sit. The server must be restarted manually. It was happening very occasionally, however with recent patches it's more often. I have recently stopped using ArKon, maybe a few weeks ago, to remove that problem. Also today I have removed the only mod I've had for months, Eradicator 1.0 as I really no longer need it with new server options. I mention these as possible problems. The ARkOn is not the problem as I removed it weeks ago, and the mod I'm not sure about as I just did it.
Has anyone else seen this behaviour? Have you found out what the problem could be?
It's a 6 core VDS with 12 gig ram. And no not playing on it. It's running a team speak server and a Wurm server. It never gets over 6 gig usage with those running. It's sometimes higher if we have something like 7 days to die running but it's rare. Also, nothing else is having a problem just the shootergame.exe.
Also, this behavior is very random. It did happen twice today but that is rare. It's been running now since the early afternoon today with no problems. It will reboot later tonight but usually has no problem with that. It was just a weird problem that pops up once in a while. Curious if anyone else has seen this behavior.
Last Edit: Dec 16, 2015 23:52:15 GMT -5 by jaybob32
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