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Old 06-13-2013 , 16:14   tf2 clamping crash?
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more often than not my server will randomly crash and not write a errorlog or anything. a look at the servers console shows it locked up on this:

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m_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162663.718750) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162607.531250) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162668.062500) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162621.781250) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162647.906250) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162649.343750) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162638.281250) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162621.781250) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162654.625000) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162645.093750) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (162638.281250) in SendPropFloat 'm_flLastDamageTime', clamping.
if I remove sourcemod and metamod the server is stable.

sm version 1.5.0-dev+3838
mm version 1.9.3-dev

any ideas?
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Old 06-13-2013 , 17:32   Re: tf2 clamping crash?
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How odd, I tried downgrading to the official stable builds and now get unknown command "sm" when i try to do any sm commands but metamod shows as installed. the hell is going on???

Code:
Metamod:Source version 1.9.2
Build ID: 811:a85baef2eadb
Loaded As: Valve Server Plugin
Compiled on: Feb  6 2013
Plugin interface version: 15:14
SourceHook version: 5:5
http://www.metamodsource.net/
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Old 06-13-2013 , 22:15   Re: tf2 clamping crash?
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How odd, I tried downgrading to the official stable builds and now get unknown command "sm" when i try to do any sm commands but metamod shows as installed. the hell is going on???

Code:
Metamod:Source version 1.9.2
Build ID: 811:a85baef2eadb
Loaded As: Valve Server Plugin
Compiled on: Feb  6 2013
Plugin interface version: 15:14
SourceHook version: 5:5
http://www.metamodsource.net/
Since you're a regular here, do I really need to point out of the 20 threads already about this or should I just mention that loading SourceMod from a VDF doesn't work for HL2M, DoD:S, CS:S, or TF2 using MetaMod: Source 1.9.2 and that you need a 1.9.3 snapshot or 1.10.0 snapshot?
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Old 06-14-2013 , 09:20   Re: tf2 clamping crash?
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i had no idea that was the case i havent stumbled upon any threads with this problem. so we have to use dev snapshots since steampipe came along? no more running stable releases? thats a big change. suprised there is no announcemnt or sticky about that :/ thanks for helping though
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Old 06-14-2013 , 09:43   Re: tf2 clamping crash?
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i had no idea that was the case i havent stumbled upon any threads with this problem. so we have to use dev snapshots since steampipe came along? no more running stable releases? thats a big change. suprised there is no announcemnt or sticky about that :/ thanks for helping though
Well, Valve changed the IFileSystem interface around in SteamPipe in order to add VPK support.

I have no idea why a new MM:S release hasn't happened, though.

If you think this was bad, at least MM:S kinda works (you can manually add SourceMod via metaplugins.ini). Back when Valve broke compatibility with the Linux version, Linux TF2 servers had to run MM:S 1.9.2 builds and SourceMod 1.5.0 builds to even get it working. For like 6 months until MM:S 1.9.2 and SM 1.4.7 came out.
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Old 06-14-2013 , 11:53   Re: tf2 clamping crash?
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Well, Valve changed the IFileSystem interface around in SteamPipe in order to add VPK support.

I have no idea why a new MM:S release hasn't happened, though.

If you think this was bad, at least MM:S kinda works (you can manually add SourceMod via metaplugins.ini). Back when Valve broke compatibility with the Linux version, Linux TF2 servers had to run MM:S 1.9.2 builds and SourceMod 1.5.0 builds to even get it working. For like 6 months until MM:S 1.9.2 and SM 1.4.7 came out.
interesting info. i gave up trying to figure out why people do certain things.. it helps me stay sane
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Old 06-14-2013 , 13:24   Re: tf2 clamping crash?
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Use this to get rid of the console spam.
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