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20-12-2009, 13:24 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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Failure during pthread_create
every time i try to start the server on my vserver i get this error:
2009-12-20 13:16:13.202689|INFO |ServerLibPriv | | Server Version: 3.0.0-beta1 [Build: 9366]
2009-12-20 13:16:13.209951|INFO |DatabaseQuery | | dbPlugin name: SQLite3 plugin, (c)TeamSpeak Systems GmbH
2009-12-20 13:16:13.210117|INFO |DatabaseQuery | | dbPlugin version: 3.6.4
2009-12-20 13:16:13.288213|WARNING |Accounting | | Unable to find valid license key, falling back to limited functionality
2009-12-20 13:16:13.701736|INFO |FileManager | | listening on 0.0.0.0:30033
2009-12-20 13:16:13.705727|CRITICAL| | | Failure during pthread_create
sometime it works fine and the server starts and is running for 15-20 minutes and than i crashes and after that i need another 100 trys to restart it.
22-12-2009, 18:52 #2-= TeamSpeak Addict =-
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SOLVED: see http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthread.php?p=220759
My buddy is having the same issues.
2009-12-22 18:42:26.203422|INFO |Accounting | | max virtualservers: 10 2009-12-22 18:42:26.205326|INFO |Accounting | | max slots : 512 2009-12-22 18:42:26.249990|CRITICAL| | | Failure during pthread_create
One IP is running ts3 server beta 3, 1 VS and 100 users.
Another IP is running ts3 beta 2, 1 VS, 100 users.
Another IP were trying to set up.
We solved this by deleting and reinstalling But I would like to know why this happens and what we can do to prevent this
The user we were having issues with was running "Jailshell" ( a gimped shell ) Once we got rid of that we were golden. As always I hope this helped. If this is indeed the cause can OP change topic to [SOLVED] if possible?
Jan 20th 2010. Problem is back for beta 16 32 bit Linux server. No Jail Shell. I am assuming this is a shell issue and not a ts one. But this time more errors.
"Failure during pthread_create, error = EAGAIN"
Trace the new part I get this --> http://www.wlug.org.nz/EAGAIN
It is very common to get this error when your application is doing non-blocking operations on files or network sockets. For example, you can open a file/socket/fifo for reading with the O_NONBLOCK flag. If you subsequently do a read(2) call and there is no data waiting, instead of blocking and waiting until there is data ready and returning that data, the read() call will return an error (EAGAIN) to let your application know that there is no data ready and to try again later.
Another example is if a system call failed due to insufficient resources (such as virtual memory), but it might succeed if called again. (eg fork(2) does this).
I basically waited it out as I don't have root on my system and all is good. You could either reboot your box, restart the users shell if you had root.
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