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backend.jar errors.

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby fox » 30 May 2013, 08:20

>this seems to have been happening at the same times it was trying and failing to contact the default server configured in the admin account.

That ircd isn't there anymore, maybe that's why. Don't worry about it.

>also, I noticed that my connection to the server I had configured, pinged out after I'd logged out of the web interface, though I had "stay connected" checked.

It works for me, not sure about this either. Maybe you need to reconnect or relogin once after changing this option or something.

In general it's not very polished, it's good enough for me and my friends, but that's about it. Also it has a ton of quite specific stuff you may need to disable, like rotating lols and shit. :)

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby sleeper_service » 30 May 2013, 08:43

I'm getting the same error now and then when it's connecting, or possibly after the server drops it due to ping timeout.

I've had to disable the 'stay connected' because it's not staying connected, the two accounts I've got on it at this point connect, then around two and a half minutes later, they ping out, then they connect in again, repeat.

it looks like a really neat thing. if I can get it to stay connected. ;)

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby fox » 30 May 2013, 08:50

Wait, stay connected doesn't do that. It is used to prevent automatic disconnect 15 minutes after frontend user disconnected or logged out. If you see connection drops while you actually use tt-irc, something else is going on.

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby sleeper_service » 30 May 2013, 09:14

hrm, what I'm seeing is if I have stay connected off, I log into the web interface, and ttirc will log into the irc server, and things work great, when I log out, it pings out after a bit, and stays off till I log in again.

if I have stay connected on, the backend.jar will repeatedly make connections to the irc server, but then they get dropped after a bit due to ping timeouts. it looks like it'd reconnect about every 15 minutes, while nobody was logged into the web or android interface, then ping out, reconnect, etc.

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby fox » 30 May 2013, 09:24

Nope, this isn't right. Not sure why this happens, last time I tried it worked pretty well here. Does the connection in question have permanent set to true in the database?

Maybe it's a combination of options that bugs out. Try setting autoconnect to false, permanent to true, connecting manually and logging off.

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby fox » 30 May 2013, 09:55

I dunno, just tried it on latest trunk and it sets permanent just fine. You need to click on the connection to edit it to see this dialog:

http://i.imgur.com/rSDgcOo.png

Maybe you forgot to save? :)

The exception is okay, it tries to send QUIT to the server but the socket may be already closed, just ignore it.

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby fox » 30 May 2013, 10:53

Maybe server disconnects the client for some reason, because user is idle or something. Try getting on my ircd, I'll PM you the details.

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Re: backend.jar errors.

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby sleeper_service » 30 May 2013, 11:42

seems to be losing and reestablishing connections to your server too

for what it's worth, I got what looked like the newest versions of the libs required, json-simple-1.1.1, postgresql-9.2-1002.jdbc4.jar, irclib-1.10, apache-ant-1.9.1, jdk 1.7.0_21

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Re: backend.jar errors.

Postby fox » 30 May 2013, 12:01

Strange. Ping-pong should be handled automatically in the backend regardless of anyone being connected to the frontend. Could this be a network issue? If your ircd is on the same host, probably not.


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