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  1. #1
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    Strange server log (Resend package missed arrival window)

    I just took a look at my server log_0 and it has a size of 24mb atm.

    Here some of the code
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ID:	15889

    And where it stops
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ID:	15890

    So that's nearly 24h of nonstop this single logline. Nothing else.

    Older log_0 are only 1-3kb big.

    Should I be worried? Or just a strange connection/data problem?

  2. #2
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    You don't need to worry yet.
    We have no clue what exactly happens.

    In theory 1. it could be that we have a bug in the server or 2. that someone used a modified client and did try to send broken packages or 3. something on your system broke network packages.

    Is this server 3.0.13.8 and does it still occur?
    Which operation system is your server running on.
    Did something bad (like packet loss or user timeouts or a high ping) happened during that time?
    Can you see if there was a user connected during that time and did disconnect when it ended?
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Is this server 3.0.13.8 and does it still occur?
    Yes its 3.0.13.8, and no the log stopped there.


    Which operation system is your server running on.
    Ubuntu 16.04.3

    Did something bad (like packet loss or user timeouts or a high ping) happened during that time?
    I checked the logs and it looks like it:
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    Counted around 10 of them in the 30h timeframe. Even 3 local hosted bots (on the same machine) disconnected. That never happened before. I had some random DC's, sometimes even 90% of the userbase (see: http://forum.teamspeak.com/threads/1...nts?highlight= ) but never the local host processes.

    Can you see if there was a user connected during that time and did disconnect when it ended?
    Doesn't looks like it, but there are too many clients to keep track of in the logs to check if any of them was online during these 30h windows
    Start:
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ID:	15895
    End:
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Views:	40 
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ID:	15896

    Edit: The Bot thing is resolved, the latest Bot version had a bug with the package handler. So all the DC's are now no more valid points.
    Last edited by Dimos; August 13th, 2017 at 12:42 AM.

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    So our theory still stands in the room, but we can't validate any of them.
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  5. #5
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    Is there any program/tool I can run to monitor network status on linux machines? I mean for general traffic. So I have some kind of log I can take a look at if this happens again.

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    You can use tcpdump to record network traffic to a dump file, which you can transfer on a machine with a GUI, than analyze with Wireshark. That's the most detailed "monitor".

    Other than that, there is iftop for pure traffic overview.
    With tcpflow you can reconstruct complete tcp conversations, but that's of no use for Teamspeak, because Teamspeak uses udp.

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