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Crash Crash potentially caused by earlier out of disk error (build 514)

Discussion in 'Bugs & Feature Requests' started by Zedwick, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. My machine ran out of disk space, causing this error: http://pastebin.com/RhGUm9PS
    I resolved it by freeing up 30GB of disk space.

    A few hours later the server ceased responding, showing this: http://pastebin.com/Pf1X7Zv3

    A few hours after that (following a full reboot of the machine): http://pastebin.com/eGEHC1KU

    (in both cases I ended my screen session, which i assume is what the error at the very bottom is about)

    Have I corrupted my game world? Is there a way to find out?
     
  2. md_5

    Administrator Developer

    1) We can't do anything about out of space
    2) I need the MINECRAFT crash report.
     
  3. I understand, just included the out of space message to give you the complete picture, as I think the later crashes where caused by my negligence in allowing my disk to run out of space. Probably should have explained that.

    I see a 'crash-reports' folder in my Minecraft directory, there are no recent crash reports in it. Is this what you meant?
     
  4. md_5

    Administrator Developer

    Yeah, can you maybe check the console log immediately above Spigot.
     
  5. There's nothing really, some disconnect.endOfStream, some disconnect.quitting and lost connection messages. People were complaining about lag in the chat for about 20 minutes prior to the spigot trace.
     
  6. Oh, I have this from my MineBackup plugin

    2013-02-22 00:47:14 [INFO] [MineBackup] * saving worlds\world
    2013-02-22 00:47:45 [INFO] [MineBackup] | unloaded 15994 of 20978 chunks @ 30314.35ms
    2013-02-22 00:47:48 [INFO] [MineBackup] \ done 33596.37ms

    Which is just as everyone got booted off with disconnect.endOfStream messages.
     
  7. Just finished scanning the world with region-fixer: "Found 2 corrupted, 14 wrong located chunks and 1 chunks with too many entities of a total of 1429923"

    So, there are corrupted chunks. But, wait, what's that? 1,429,923 entities in a single chunk? How is that even possible...

    EDIT: My bad, mis-understood the report. 1,429,923 entities in the entire world.
     
    #7 Zedwick, Feb 22, 2013
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2013