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Old 09-20-2018, 10:59 PM   #221
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Okey, it's a plan and not a release date. But I would like to receive info about that! I would like to know an "overall" status, like 10% ,50% ,80% of task completed, or whatever it is!
A task complete has a "release" on beta. About "overall" status, from some years ago, ED leave to get some "develop info" by the bad feedback by the community or worse by "promises", include info about functionality / Modules, etc never planned, on requested, planned or in progress, develop times, and a long, etc.
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Old 09-21-2018, 05:13 PM   #222
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A task complete has a "release" on beta. About "overall" status, from some years ago, ED leave to get some "develop info" by the bad feedback by the community or worse by "promises", include info about functionality / Modules, etc never planned, on requested, planned or in progress, develop times, and a long, etc.
I think it's pretty clear, I only said my personal wish, to read some news regarding the working progress, some sentence inside the weekly news

Regarding stability, I just notice another "strange" behavior.
Look at my Auto start script log:

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20/09/2018 19:30:42,13 DCS Server has shutdown 7 times ... Restarting! 	  	 
21/09/2018  1:30:42,19 DCS Server has shutdown 8 times ... Restarting! 	 
21/09/2018  1:32:06,17 DCS Server has shutdown 9 times ... Restarting! 	 
21/09/2018  1:33:29,13 DCS Server has shutdown 10 times ... Restarting! 	 
21/09/2018  7:30:41,16 DCS Server has shutdown 11 times ... Restarting! 	 
21/09/2018 13:30:42,13 DCS Server has shutdown 12 times ... Restarting!
My server as a scheduled shutdown at 01:30, 07:30, 13:30 and 19:30.
As you can see, sometimes run pretty good on first restart attempt, like 7:30, 13:30 and 19:30 in this specific days, and sometimes it's fails a couple of time before start normally, 01:30 in this case.

The mission is the same on each reload.
Anyone else has observed something like this? What could be the cause of this? My server and DCS is installed on a pretty fast NVMe SSD, the Samsung 970 EVO, should be fast enough to load DCS without timeout, I hope!
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Old 09-22-2018, 11:12 AM   #223
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UPDATE:
It seems my server is affected by the same issued reported HERE, on February 9th

AsyncNet.dll ACCESS_VIOLATION

Any FIX for this?
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Old 09-22-2018, 04:00 PM   #224
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Not the right thread for bug reports.
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Old 09-22-2018, 08:27 PM   #225
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Not the right thread for bug reports.
Yeah, I've posted also here to highlight the current stability.
If anyone is interested in the AsyncNet.dll ACCESS_VIOLATION problem, read HERE and HERE, a fascinating threads from 2017.
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