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Old 04-05-2013 , 15:16   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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I have a doubt about the source code, especially about how this can actually work on Linux.

The lines I'm unsure about are:
PHP Code:
#elif defined _LINUX
    
pBreakpadLib g_pFileSystem->LoadModule("../bin/crashhandler.so""MOD"false);
#endif 
and
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Breakpad_SetSteamID = (Breakpad_SetSteamIDFunc)GetProcAddress(reinterpret_cast<HMODULE>(pBreakpadLib), "Breakpad_SetSteamID"); 
Shouldn't they be dlopen() and dlsym() respectively, since LoadModule and GetProcAddress are windows functions? Or am I missing something?

(probably a noob question but I couldn't figure this out)
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Old 04-05-2013 , 17:12   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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It's not using LoadModule, as you can see it's going though IVFileSystem. The SDK #define's GetProcAddress as dlsym, along with HMODULE etc.
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Old 04-05-2013 , 17:24   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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It's not using LoadModule, as you can see it's going though IVFileSystem. The SDK #define's GetProcAddress as dlsym, along with HMODULE etc.
Ooh, I see. Got confused since it's named like the Windows function, thanks for clarifying
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Old 05-13-2013 , 23:05   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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Just a heads up, if you want to use Accelerator post-SteamPipe, you need to copy crashhandler.so to the engine bin directory (the one with lots of .so files, including engine.so) from your SteamCMD install. I've let Valve know about this oversight (as it breaks their system), so hopefully it'll be fixed soon.
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Old 05-14-2013 , 21:48   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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I've launched the new version of the Accelerator website (now a separate project called Throttle).

It's been completely re-written from the ground up with the aim of being a lightweight, open source, maintainable solution for anyone to use to process google-breakpad crash dumps (there are still a few Source Engine specific bits currently).

Unfortunately, due to a major schema redesign, all old data is currently (and probable forever) unavailable, but you should find it a lot snappier and nicer to use now. Additionally, the format of the crash identifiers has changed from a 13-character hexadecimal string to a 12-character alphanumeric one.
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Old 05-16-2013 , 12:58   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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Old 05-17-2013 , 10:15   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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So from what i understand is that i should have version 1.5.0-hg3841 and i should add the extension from http://builds.limetech.org/?project=accelerator installed with also the entry of "minidumpaccount" in my core.cfg and that should be it?

If that is so, then it crashes all my servers. Constant restart loop.
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Old 05-17-2013 , 10:18   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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So from what i understand is that i should have version 1.5.0-hg3841 and i should add the extension from http://builds.limetech.org/?project=accelerator installed with also the entry of "minidumpaccount" in my core.cfg and that should be it?

If that is so, then it crashes all my servers. Constant restart loop.
Weeeeeeeeeeeeelp, could you try hg7 instead of hg8? Also make sure all the stuff in the archive was copied, it'll likely explode if addons/sourcemod/data/dumps/ doesn't exist / isn't writeable.

EDIT: I just confirmed that it'll crash on load if that directory doesn't exist.
EDIT: Ah, I see it somehow got missed out of the archive, sorry.
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Old 05-17-2013 , 10:39   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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Can i symlink the data folder? Since i have multiple instances called sourcemod_am1, sourcemod_dodgeball, etc etc. I have symlinked my extensions folder so that each install has it.
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Old 05-17-2013 , 10:41   Re: Accelerator - Take back control
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Can i symlink the data folder? Since i have multiple instances called sourcemod_am1, sourcemod_dodgeball, etc etc. I have symlinked my extensions folder so that each install has it.
No, sharing the data folder isn't supported, it's used for instance-specific state. Multiple servers writing to the same file would explode horribly.

EDIT: hg9 will now create it if it doesn't exist, and fail to load if it can't.
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