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[1.7.10-1448] Exception ticking world


Zacherl

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Forge Version:

1.7.10-1448

 

Crash-Dump:

http://pastebin.com/cxkGUJKz

 

Server Log:

http://pastebin.com/qcxef65s

 

FML Log:

http://www.xup.in/dl,11859227/fml-server-3.log/

 

Used modpack:

FTB Infinity 1.10.1

 

Problem:

Random server crashes. They occur only, if at least one player is connected, but I can't track them down to a specific action (even happened whilst beeing AFK).

 

The stacktrace does not contain any information about a specific mod causing the problem, so i "guess" it might be a forge bug.

 

I would appreciate any information about the error (does someone know the unobfuscated name of the net.minecraft.server.management.PlayerManager.func_72693_b method and a good java debugger for already compiled code?)

 

Crosspost:

http://forum.feed-the-beast.com/threads/exception-ticking-world.110060/

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Thanks for your reply, but thats an impossible task. Sometimes it takes up to a whole day before it crashes  :(

 

I might be able to track it down with a debugger, but I'm not into java development. Can you recommend me a good java debugger, that can handle bytecode directly without the source files?

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Shpuldnt need to attach a debugger, aomething is derping in the updatePlayerIndtances function. I dont have the code in front of me ao i cant tell you any more but dies should be able to pull it up.

Justbgueasing here but a mod you have installed may be screwing with chunks incorrectly.

I do Forge for free, however the servers to run it arn't free, so anything is appreciated.
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