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    Crash A13 Linux Server Crash Error Message

    My dedicated Linux server crashes about once every 30 - 45 minutes. I am running the x86 version (assuming the x64 version is still fubared?) I know other admins are reporting the same problem.

    I have not been getting any errors messages in my logs until just now:

    Code:
    Could not allocate memory: System out of memory!
    Trying to allocate: 4194304B with 16 alignment. MemoryLabel: STL
    Allocation happend at: Line:81 in 
    Memory overview
    
    [ ALLOC_DEFAULT ] used: 2065776081B | peak: 2066039056B | reserved: 2089197723B 
    [ ALLOC_TEMP_JOB ] used: 70296449B | peak: 0B | reserved: 67108864B 
    [ ALLOC_GAMEOBJECT ] used: 77594060B | peak: 80079787B | reserved: 86217628B 
    [ ALLOC_GFX ] used: 210258373B | peak: 353244563B | reserved: 210380201B 
    [ ALLOC_PROFILER ] used: 0B | peak: 0B | reserved: 0B 
    Could not allocate memory: System out of memory!
    Trying to allocate: 4194304B with 16 alignment. MemoryLabel: STL
    Allocation happend at: Line:81 in 
    Memory overview
    
    [ ALLOC_DEFAULT ] used: 2065776081B | peak: 2066039056B | reserved: 2089197723B 
    [ ALLOC_TEMP_JOB ] used: 70296449B | peak: 0B | reserved: 67108864B 
    [ ALLOC_GAMEOBJECT ] used: 77594060B | peak: 80079787B | reserved: 86217628B 
    [ ALLOC_GFX ] used: 210258373B | peak: 353244563B | reserved: 210380201B 
    [ ALLOC_PROFILER ] used: 0B | peak: 0B | reserved: 0B 
    
     
    (Filename:  Line: 980)

    #2
    What are the system specs of the machine? It looks like it is requesting 4GB (which is crazy btw and I think there is a severe memory leak going on) and the system does not have enough memory to give.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Semple View Post
      What are the system specs of the machine? It looks like it is requesting 4GB (which is crazy btw and I think there is a severe memory leak going on) and the system does not have enough memory to give.
      He's running the 32 bit server, so even if the PC had it to give, it wouldn't get it. I switched to the 64 bit Linux server, and it goes quite a while, but a couple of hours with two people on it, and it's using over 6.7GB. There is definitely a memory leak, there.

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        #4
        I'm watching my server consume about 2megs of ram a second - we're all just sitting around waiting out the night

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          #5
          Originally posted by Addle View Post
          He's running the 32 bit server, so even if the PC had it to give, it wouldn't get it. I switched to the 64 bit Linux server, and it goes quite a while, but a couple of hours with two people on it, and it's using over 6.7GB. There is definitely a memory leak, there.
          Blotavious is running 16 Xeon cores, 24 gb ram and SSD. It is crashing about every 20-30 minutes and resets the game time to Day 1 around 21:40 but no items or progress is lost.

          Surjin

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            #6
            So the x86_64 version is not completely broken anymore?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Addle View Post
              He's running the 32 bit server, so even if the PC had it to give, it wouldn't get it. I switched to the 64 bit Linux server, and it goes quite a while, but a couple of hours with two people on it, and it's using over 6.7GB. There is definitely a memory leak, there.
              How did you manage to start the 64bit linux Server? I have the exact same out-of-memory error that blotavious has, wich would be less bad if the server could put all my ram to good use. Whenever i try to start the 64-bit server, it says
              Code:
              Failed to create secure directory (/run/user/0/pulse): Permission denied
              I've tried quite a few things, but so far i'm unable to run the 64-bit-linux server on my Debian machine.
              If you know how to run the 64bit-server, i would really appreciate if you explain how.
              Last edited by Neutrosider; 12-14-2015, 12:55 AM. Reason: forgot to quote the referenced post

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