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I´ve got good compile log so i will try to get better crashdump and then i will post it...

Server log

2011-10-09 22:53:09 Using configuration file worldserver.conf.

2011-10-09 22:53:09 TrinityCore rev. 2011-10-09 14:04:21 +0200 (3b4b6a2d9ab8) (Win32, Debug) (worldserver-daemon)

2011-10-09 22:53:09 <Ctrl-C> to stop.

2011-10-09 22:53:09  ______					   __

2011-10-09 22:53:09 /\__  _\	   __		  __/\ \__

2011-10-09 22:53:09 \/_/\ \/ _ __ /\_\    ___ /\_\ \, _\  __  __

2011-10-09 22:53:09    \ \ \/\`'__\/\ \ /' _ `\/\ \ \ \/ /\ \/\ \

2011-10-09 22:53:09	 \ \ \ \ \/ \ \ \/\ \/\ \ \ \ \ \_\ \ \_\ \

2011-10-09 22:53:09	  \ \_\ \_\  \ \_\ \_\ \_\ \_\ \__\\/`____ \

2011-10-09 22:53:09	   \/_/\/_/   \/_/\/_/\/_/\/_/\/__/ `/___/> \

2011-10-09 22:53:09								  C O R E  /\___/

2011-10-09 22:53:09 http://TrinityCore.org				    \/__/

2011-10-09 22:53:10 Realm running as realm ID 1

2011-10-09 22:53:10 Using World DB: TDB 335.11.41

2011-10-09 22:53:10 Using creature EventAI: TDBAI 335.0.3

2011-10-09 22:53:10 Will clear `logs` table of entries older than 1209600 seconds every 10 minutes.

2011-10-09 22:53:10 Using DataDir ./

2011-10-09 22:53:10 ERROR: VMap height checking disabled! Creatures movements and other various things WILL be broken! Expect no support.

2011-10-09 22:53:10 WORLD: VMap support included. LineOfSight:0, getHeight:0, indoorCheck:0 PetLOS:0

2011-10-09 22:53:10 WORLD: VMap data directory is: ./vmaps

2011-10-09 22:53:10

2011-10-09 22:53:10 Loading Trinity strings...

2011-10-09 22:53:10 >> Loaded 899 Trinity strings from table trinity_string in 28 ms

2011-10-09 22:53:10

2011-10-09 22:53:10 Initialize data stores...

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: SQL and DBC format strings are not matching for table: 'spell_dbc'

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: spelldifficulty_dbc: spell 71356 at field id:2108 at spellid0 does not exist in SpellStore (spell.dbc), loaded as 0

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: spelldifficulty_dbc: spell 71803 at field id:2108 at spellid1 does not exist in SpellStore (spell.dbc), loaded as 0

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: spelldifficulty_dbc: spell 72111 at field id:2136 at spellid0 does not exist in SpellStore (spell.dbc), loaded as 0

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: spelldifficulty_dbc: spell 72125 at field id:2136 at spellid1 does not exist in SpellStore (spell.dbc), loaded as 0

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: spelldifficulty_dbc: spell 70816 at field id:2146 at spellid0 does not exist in SpellStore (spell.dbc), loaded as 0

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: spelldifficulty_dbc: spell 72233 at field id:2146 at spellid1 does not exist in SpellStore (spell.dbc), loaded as 0

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: spelldifficulty_dbc: spell 72234 at field id:2146 at spellid2 does not exist in SpellStore (spell.dbc), loaded as 0

2011-10-09 22:53:13 ERROR: spelldifficulty_dbc: spell 72235 at field id:2146 at spellid3 does not exist in SpellStore (spell.dbc), loaded as 0

2011-10-09 22:53:14 ERROR: Some required *.dbc files (1 from 94) not found or not compatible:

./dbc/Spell.dbc (exists, but has 234 fields instead of 234) Possible wrong client version.


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Well i just did a fresh TC install and got into the same error. Those dbc's are fine, they work with mangos.

Problem seems that some dbc table has wrong format (missing updates). Problem is that TC updates don't have versioning like mangos, so don't know what update to apply. This causes a pretty misleading error, don't know why TC doesn't have versioned updates...

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Hi. I recently tried to make my server working via Linux.

I`m using a VPS with: CentOS 5

Trinity COre:(I used the guide from wiki to install libAce, succesfully, and I'm trying to make Jeutie's pack working. I keep getting problems over problems, but this I really can't fix it because I can't find any default characters.sql file.

I`m not sure what I need but anyway, please try to help me if you can.

It goes like THIS:

Opening databasepool 'world'. Async threads: 1, synch threads: 1

MySQL client library: 5.0.77

MySQL server ver: 5.0.77

MySQL client library: 5.0.77

MySQL server ver: 5.0.77

Databasepool opened succesfuly. 2 total connections running.

Opening databasepool 'characters'. Async threads: 1, synch threads: 2

MySQL client library: 5.0.77

MySQL server ver: 5.0.77

[ERROR]: In mysql_stmt_prepare() id: 14, sql: "SELECT guid, account, name, race, class, gender, level, xp, money, playerBytes, playerBytes2, playerFlags, position_x, position_y, position_z, map, orientation, taximask, cinematic, totaltime, leveltime, rest_bonus, logout_time, is_logout_resting, resettalents_cost, resettalents_time, trans_x, trans_y, trans_z, trans_o, transguid, extra_flags, stable_slots, at_login, zone, online, death_expire_time, taxi_path, instance_mode_mask, arenaPoints, totalHonorPoints, todayHonorPoints, yesterdayHonorPoints, totalKills, todayKills, yesterdayKills, chosenTitle, knownCurrencies, watchedFaction, drunk, health, power1, power2, power3, power4, power5, power6, power7, instance_id, speccount, activespec, exploredZones, equipmentCache, ammoId, knownTitles, actionBars, grantableLevels FROM characters WHERE guid = ?"

[ERROR]: Unknown column 'grantableLevels' in 'field list'

[ERROR]: In mysql_stmt_prepare() id: 19, sql: "SELECT quest, status, explored, timer, mobcount1, mobcount2, mobcount3, mobcount4, itemcount1, itemcount2, itemcount3, itemcount4, playercount FROM character_queststatus WHERE guid = ?"

[ERROR]: Unknown column 'playercount' in 'field list'

MySQL client library: 5.0.77

MySQL server ver: 5.0.77

MySQL client library: 5.0.77

MySQL server ver: 5.0.77

Databasepool opened succesfuly. 3 total connections running.

Cannot connect to Character database -----------------------------------;characters

~DatabaseWorkerPool for ''.

~DatabaseWorkerPool for 'characters'.

~DatabaseWorkerPool for 'world'.

Thank you.

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--- Canned message start ---

Trinity never has and never will support repacks. If you are too lazy to compile and configure the source yourself, you lose the right to ask any support questions on these boards. Please refer to the author of the repack for your questions.

--- Canned message end ---

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Hi, as we know new version (adapted to 4.x) is getting some problems...

By example, importing some sqls in "locales_quest" and "creature_ai_text" i got the next error (db fully updated):

ERROR 1054 (42S22) ...: Unknown column 'entry' in 'field list'

The column "entry" is physically there... (into locales_quest and creature_ai_text)

Personally i think (not only for this) if cata still not stable, at the moment, best option would have been leave changes aside, in another DB prepared to merged it when will ready... (because the DB is still used by the 3.x version) but that's only my personal feedback...

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I'm getting quite tired about repeating myself over and over...

There is not a single problem with the DB (nor on master nor on 4.x) related to SQL imports.

Import full 44 and then all the sql updates in /sql/update/world, ORDER MATTERS.

If you are trying to import some custom SQL it's up to you to fix it accordingly (the only table that was changed lately was quest_template)

Hi, as we know new version (adapted to 4.x) is getting some problems...

No, we don't.

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Mmmmmm maybe i understood this bad...

Note2: This will be the base DB for the 4.x branch (update will be done against this DB).

That mean the DB is prepared for 4.x or simply that you will upgrade it before v45 will be released?

In any case, sorry for my confusing.

Coming back to the topic... why is produced that sql error? i do all that i always do, clean install update db to the last version and import sqls (using the bat installer that comes with eswow2).

If a created this topic is because i never get that error... sorry :P

Thanks

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You are talking about locales so i guess you try to import a localized patch for any other language like spanish, or german. Because of the change in quest_template you have to change some things in the localization.

There should be something like

INSERT IGNORE INTO locales_quest (entry) SELECT entry FROM quest_template;
which you have to change to
INSERT IGNORE INTO locales_quest (entry) SELECT Id FROM quest_template;

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hehe you always so straightforward eh paradox xD

If i post it in TC forums is because i wanna know why always it was working and now not...just that

Athena did you mean in DB or in SQL file?

Firsts lines of locales_quest:

-- ==================== --

--	LOCALES_QUEST	 --

-- ==================== --


ALTER TABLE `locales_quest` CONVERT TO CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci;

/*Borrado del contenido de columnas previo a la actualizaci&#243;n */

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `Title_loc6`=NULL WHERE `Title_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `Details_loc6`=NULL WHERE `Details_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `Objectives_loc6`=NULL WHERE `Objectives_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `OfferRewardText_loc6`=NULL WHERE `OfferRewardText_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `RequestItemsText_loc6`=NULL WHERE `RequestItemsText_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `EndText_loc6`=NULL WHERE `EndText_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `CompletedText_loc6`=NULL WHERE `CompletedText_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `ObjectiveText1_loc6`=NULL WHERE `ObjectiveText1_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `ObjectiveText2_loc6`=NULL WHERE `ObjectiveText2_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `ObjectiveText3_loc6`=NULL WHERE `ObjectiveText3_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `ObjectiveText4_loc6`=NULL WHERE `ObjectiveText4_loc6` IS NOT NULL;

INSERT IGNORE INTO `locales_quest` (`entry`) SELECT `entry` FROM `quest_template`;

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `Title_loc6`='Misi&#243;n de Kanrethad',`Details_loc6`='$gBienvenido:Bienvenida; de vuelta del mundo de los muertos.$B$BHace mucho tiempo tus hermanos te consideraban $gun orgulloso h&#233;roe:una orgullosa hero&#237;na;. Ahora has ca&#237;do y est&#225;s $gdestrozado:destrozada;... no eres m&#225;s que una reliquia del pasado. Col&#243;cate ante m&#237; para que pueda volver a despertar la leyenda que fuiste anta&#241;o.$B$BTe devolver&#233; los poderes y las armas que has perdido, y as&#237; volver&#225;s a estar $gcompleto:completa;.',`Objectives_loc6`='Habla con Kanrethad para que restaure tus talentos, armas y montura.$BIsla del Dise&#241;ador' WHERE `entry`='1';

UPDATE `locales_quest` SET `Title_loc6`='La garfa de Garrafilada',`Details_loc6`='El poderoso hipogrifo Garrafilada ha sido ejecutado, con la garra de la bestia derribada como testimonio de tu victoria. Seguro que Senani Truenoz&#243;n, del Puesto del Hachazo, estar&#225; interesado en ver este trofeo que prueba tus actos.',`Objectives_loc6`='Ll&#233;vale la garra de Garrafilada a Senani Truenoz&#243;n en el Puesto del Hachazo, Vallefresno.' WHERE `entry`='2';

Firsts lines of creature_ai_texts:
-- ======================= --

--   CREATURE_AI_TEXTS	 --

-- ======================= --

ALTER TABLE `locales_quest` CONVERT TO CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci;

INSERT IGNORE INTO `locales_quest` (`entry`) SELECT `entry` FROM `quest_template`;

UPDATE `creature_ai_texts` SET `content_loc6`='Parece que esos idiotas de la Abad&#237;a nos han enviado carne fresca.' WHERE `entry`='-1' ;

UPDATE `creature_ai_texts` SET `content_loc6`='La Hermandad no tolerar&#225; tus actos.' WHERE `entry`='-2' ;

UPDATE `creature_ai_texts` SET `content_loc6`='Ah, una oportunidad para usar esta hoja reci&#233;n afilada.' WHERE `entry`='-3' ;

UPDATE `creature_ai_texts` SET `content_loc6`='&#161;Siente el poder de la Hermandad!' WHERE `entry`='-4' ;

I have to do what Micha told me, no???

Thanks Micha!! Now it work. :)

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Just for example: you have a printer runing on windows xp quit fine. After upgrading to windows 7 the printer stop working because there is no driver for win7. Where do you ask for help? Are you going to ask microsoft for support or the printers manufacturer?

It is the same with external programs for trinitycore like truice or eswow2. Whenever tc changes something in the tablestructure of the database the developers of the external program have to adjust their code or querries. Not the trinitycore team. Simple as that.

And whenever somebody is giving you a hint how to solve a problem you have to try to follow it before writing new posts. As you may saw, my hint solves your problem but before you note this, you write more and more. That is why para is that "straightforward".

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        Additional Information 3:    7595
        Additional Information 4:    7595e4d8d703db9dcd3d2f6ea540e357
      the exception code says its a Heap error,  I'm not sure how to troubleshoot this.
      Thanks
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