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Re: No ini file to server

Postby skidrow68 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 3:54 pm

It works if i do a "new" install but not if i install over the old so it keeps all channales, registered names and so.
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby kissaki » Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:06 pm

Read what I wrote again.
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby skidrow68 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:55 pm

Is not all info in sqlite?
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby kissaki » Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:01 am

No. The ini has infos as well.
That’s why you should try replacing that first.
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby skidrow68 » Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:45 pm

As i wrote the new install were i installed in a new dir and then got the ini file with i fixed as i wanted works, but i miss all info.
Then i installed in the old dir to get all info with users are registred and channels made and used the ini file i had fixed and tested with on the new install, i saw the icon down next to the clock but cant rightclick it to watch logfile and it is imposible to login to the server, waited maybe 5min then i killed murmer.exe (think thats is the corect file name) with taskmanager reinstalled 1.2.2 murmer and started it up without any problem.

Is it the murmur.sqlite that hold the info how is registered and with channels made and so? if so then i guess i can try to install in the new dir and simple copy that file over and se if i can get it to start.
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby kissaki » Mon Dec 13, 2010 3:23 pm

skidrow68 wrote:Is it the murmur.sqlite that hold the info how is registered and with channels made and so? if so then i guess i can try to install in the new dir and simple copy that file over and se if i can get it to start.

Yes. And yes.

If it does not you could open and check your sqlite, where the big data is at, and/or remove some servers/data and see what causes your Murmur to no start up correctly.
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby skidrow68 » Mon Dec 13, 2010 7:17 pm

What do i need to open that file?

Installed the new so i can have it running and test my self and the function i most looked forward to is "As of popular request Mumble now has the ability to prioritize certain speakers. Meaning that once a priority speaker starts talking all other players in the channel are attenuated" but i cant find away to set that up so a group off members automaticly get prioritize speaker in specific channel, what i wanted to do is that the raidleaders get prioritize speakers when in raid channel but no were else.
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby skidrow68 » Tue Dec 14, 2010 6:51 pm

mumble-1.2.3-rc1-8-g979bf30 it works on but i cant at lest yet right click and watch log/turn off server.

Had to wait some minuts then i saw that MURMUR.EXE went down to 0% cpu load and then i cod login so 1 step closer :)

What i now want is in ACL there should be Enable prioritize certain speakers, so you can set a group off player automatically will get prioritize certain speakers when entering a channel, not sure what “rank” you need now to enable it sense am admin, but feels like alot off work allways having to click this and this user prioritize certain speakers and then click them again to remove it.
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby skidrow68 » Sun Dec 19, 2010 12:03 pm

Turn it off and now when i turned it on again it was fast and i can rightclick to watch log, but se i direct get 1 ip from London that Timeout and if it is a user i dont understand why it dont get banned, been running for 2-3hours now and it is 0ver 1000
<W>2010-12-19 13:00:37.712 1 => <1:(-1)> Timeout
<W>2010-12-19 13:00:53.212 1 => <1:(-1)> Timeout
<W>2010-12-19 13:01:08.712 1 => <1:(-1)> Timeout

More i really hope you add the priority speaker as a ACL function.
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Re: No ini file to server

Postby kissaki » Sun Dec 19, 2010 12:21 pm

That timeout log spamming while the user is still connected was noted in another thread as well.
Supposedly fixed already, you'll have to wait for the next compile/rc/stable though to get it; or self-compile.
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