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[1.7.10] Intermittent client -> server packet issue.


Eternaldoom
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Hi,

 

I have many server -> client packets registered, all of which work fine. However, my one client -> server packet (sent to server when a key is pressed) sometimes disconnects the client with the error "internal exception io.netty.handler.codec.decoderexception packet was larger than i expected, found 5 bytes extra whilst reading packet 28."

 

I'm registering it like so:

network.registerMessage(ServerToClientMessage.Handler.class, ServerToClientMessage.class, 18, Side.CLIENT);
network.registerMessage(ClientToServerMessage.Handler.class, ClientToServerMessage.class, 19, Side.SERVER);

(Don't worry, there are more packets before that.)

 

The packet itself doesn't even read or write data, it just calls a method when received.

 

Any idea what the problem might be? Could it be related to a discrepancy in the client and server forge versions? Please let me know if you need any more info.

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server -> client packet (sent to server when a key is pressed)

 

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