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What Version of OnTime and Bukkit are you using?OnTime: 3.13.4Bukkit: 1.6.4
What storage option are you using? (YML or MYSQL) ? mysql
What permissions plugin are you using? (Groupmanager, PEX,bPermissions, etc.) pex
Please provide a link to a copy of your plugins/OnTime/config.yml:
What steps will reproduce the problem?1. Unsure just happened randomly, not the first time either.2.3.
What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
Do you have an console log of what happened?
Are you having a "rewards" problem? Please provide a link to a copy of your /plugins/OnTime/rewards.yml :
Did you turn on OnTime logging (/ontime logfile enable 1)? If so, provide a link to that file too.
Please provide any additional information below.
Thread dump here:http://pastebin.com/D6m5CUV7
This is an interesting issue. The point that your sever is getting hung up is during a call/execution of a standard JAVA (hashing) function call. There is nothing unique that OnTime is doing with its hash tables, so I am not sure where even to begin an investigation.
2014-10-21 19:12:14 [SEVERE] java.util.HashMap.getEntry(HashMap.java:465)
2014-10-21 19:12:14 [SEVERE] java.util.HashMap.containsKey(HashMap.java:449)
2014-10-21 19:12:14 [SEVERE] me.edge209.OnTime.AwayFK.notAFK(AwayFK.java:68)
Have you raised this issue with Cauldron, and they have already dismissed it as a plugin issue?
To further make this a mystery, the piece of OnTime code that is indicated in these log files has not been touched in more than a year's time, with thousands of copies of OnTime downloaded with this exact code, yet this is the first report of this type I have seen.
I will go and poke around in that code and see if there is anything I can do to at least catch the lockup before it becomes a problem, but at this point I am not very optimistic that I am going to be able to come up with anything.
Thanks for your response, I have not raised this with Cauldron and will do so now.
The issue has happened a few time times now on seperate servers, I want to say this only started after updating to 3.13.4 from 3.13.3 but I can't be certain.
Fyi the issue was closed on Cauldron side stating there wasnt any cause there.
Just to add a bit more information I have been running Ontime for several weeks now on 3 1.7.10 servers without this crash occurring so it looks to be isolated to 1.6.4 which I'm guessing is no longer supported.
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