[bf1942] Optimized binaries

Lee Latham leeprivate at cgmlarson.com
Thu Jan 22 11:26:26 EST 2004

Well, I've always made a note of the current/next level in the maplist and 
never found a pattern, there.  I have been running almost exclusively DC, 
so that is possibly an issue.

I wasn't trying to complain, just pointing it out what appear to be facts 
to me--I have developed considerable faith in Andreas' and Dice's desire 
and ability to continually improve the server, so I'm sure it will all go 
away at some point.  Just didn't want it to get lost in the shuffle of new 
stuff coming out.  My crashes have gone way down when running any level 
24/7 with few map reloads, btw.


At 04:26 PM 1/22/2004 +0000, you wrote:
>Map changes will not be an issue as each map is run in a new bf1942
>process. Must be something else may be a bad map?
>     Steve / K
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Lee Latham" <leeprivate at cgmlarson.com>
>To: <bf1942 at icculus.org>
>Sent: 22 January 2004 15:16
>Subject: Re: [bf1942] Optimized binaries
> > actually, no, i am not using bfsmd.  i just run a single server for fun so
> > i get by without it.  i've recently been running a 24 player 24/7 dc no 
> fly
> > zone server and the crashes have become rare.  it's set to play ctf up to
> > 10, 10 games at a time...which takes like a week to finish one map, as it
> > were.  but when i had a regular level rotation, crashes were daily.
> >
> > so i suppose the number of map changes may be the dominant factor in
> > crashing...
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