[bf1942] not linux related, but still server related(windows)
brambugmail at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 11 08:18:29 EDT 2003
ok you got me here :)
but I still believe it's a weird fenomenon, it only
occurs the last month so maybe it's getting really
time for the new patch to solve all these strange
something I really want to know, are we getting a
really GIU voting system like in for example RTCW? or
UT2k3? or is it still console based? can you give any
comments on this?
no I'll shut up and wait like the rest of us and well
start to study for my exams again :)
--- "Fredriksson, Andreas"
<andreas.fredriksson at dice.se> wrote:
> We've had no concrete bug reports about stability
> of the dedicated server itself, so I would imagine a
> of win32 problems are involved here as well.
> I guess the most common way to solve win32
> tasks is to reboot the machine regardless of what
> it is running :-)
> // Andreas
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: brammes [mailto:brambugmail at yahoo.com]
> > Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 1:50 PM
> > To: bf1942 at icculus.org
> > Subject: [bf1942] not linux related, but still
> server related(windows)
> > I'm not sure if it already has been discussed if
> > I'm sorry.
> > But I'm a quite dedicated BF player, daily I play
> > hours or more on pubs, clan servers etc.
> > The last few weeks I have never seen so many
> > servers go down due I don't know maybe memorly
> > bad configs?, bad hardware?
> > I'm not talking about 2 servers in a month, I'm
> > talking about 2-4 servers in week. Where I and all
> > rest get kicked because of connections problems
> > server goes down. In my humble opinion, I'm
> > about a server problem?
> > Are you aware of these problems? And has there
> > any improvement in the stability of the 1.4
> > servers?(the windows ones) Cause it seems a quite
> > common problem these days. Some servers I can
> > are those of Boomtown, EA UK servers ... . So they
> > aren't just the small fish.
> > Can you give us some feedback on this if possible
> > Andreas?
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