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116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!

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Hi peter,

it's very difficult to explain my issues.

so i begin..

i have decided to change my visual computer (MASTER) to have P3D V4.1, buy fsuipc5 and use my fsx wideserver licence.

my cockpit have 7 computers: one big (before fs2004) and 6 with full Project Magenta software. (before all work normally) with fsuipc3 and wideclient 6.999xx.

after make change on 6 clients computer with wideclient 7.14, the system seem to run normaly.  But after 4 hours  to test and set différents parameters (no in wideclient) the PM software run slowly and finish to not working.

after plenty of seach and test we have see that all wideclient log execed 1 or 2 Giga octets!!

after autostarting each pm soft we have  ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow! on rest of log file.

we have tested with just one client power on and just one apply (pmsound , then pminstructor, then fsinterrogate2std)  always the same (gust of  ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow! ).

in despair of out I tested my old client wideclient for fs2004  all seems ok we have no more error. strange !?????

also we have had some stranges impossibility to have fsuipc screen on P3D.

i am able to give you all file you want, some are joined here.

best regards

gilles

********* WideClient Log [version 7.14] Class=FS98MAIN *********
Date (dmy): 11/03/18, Time 16:40:04.838: Client name is INSTRUCTEUR-PC
       46 LUA: "D:\wideclient\Initial.LUA": not found
      124 Attempting to connect now
      124 Trying to locate server: Need details from Server Broadcast
      124 Failed to connect: waiting to try again
     1185 Attempting to connect now
    23462 Trying to locate server: Need details from Server Broadcast
    74381 Server = MASTER
    74396 Trying TCP/IP host "MASTER" port 8002 ...
    74396 ... Okay, IP Address = 172.16.43.220
    74396 Connection made okay!
    74911 d:\pmsystems
    74911 D:\pmSystems\pmSystems.exe
    75223 d:\pmgetweather
    75223 D:\pmgetweather\pmGetWeather.exe
    77329 New Client Application: "pmGetWeather" (Id=3956)
    83585 New Client Application: "pmsystems" (Id=168)
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!

WideClient.ini

FSUIPC5.log

WideServer.log

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29 minutes ago, VANANTWERPEN said:

after plenty of seach and test we have see that all wideclient log execed 1 or 2 Giga octets!!

Strange. I have a 7 PC system too, linked by WideFS.

29 minutes ago, VANANTWERPEN said:

after autostarting each pm soft we have  ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow! on rest of log file.

Are they the errors filling up your very large files?

29 minutes ago, VANANTWERPEN said:

i am able to give you all file you want, some are joined here.

The WideServer.LOG you attached is no good -- all the connections are to wideClient 6.999. I need to see the one relating to the problem session.

Pete

 

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pete thanks,

-yes all clients have same issues, ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow! plenty of lines just these lines after the firsts lines of connexion and launch pm apply.

i'm happy to have the backup 0.log !! send

i 'm not near my cockpit  (40 km) my wife don't want a cockpit in the living room!
gilles

WideServer0.log

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pete

for information.

pc Master have 2 network card. one for internet, one for local fsnetwork  6 clients

1 pc instrum also

2 pc spare also

3-4-5-6 pc (efis 1-2-3 and instrum) only one network card.

may be bad acces

but ok with old client (witch have master adr write in ini file)

my config network joined sorry too big, so in my google drive

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1H6D7eF6An87P6oKaKsts1-kPgcZtUdy

gilles

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1 hour ago, VANANTWERPEN said:

-yes all clients have same issues, ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow! plenty of lines just these lines after the firsts lines of connexion and launch pm apply.

I'll look into this in the morning. I have some ideas but I need to set things up to try something. I was about to release another Wideclient update with other improvements in any case (for the ext library in Lua plug-ins), so I'll try to attend to both together.

Can you say how longit takes before you get the errors (the first error line in WideClient will tell you, e,g,

     83585 New Client Application: "pmsystems" (Id=168)
   116345 ###### ERROR: Data Requests Overflow!

in the log fragment you showed me. So 116345 - 83585 = 32760, or a little under 33 seconds, are they all about the same?

Pete

 

 

Pete

 

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Version 7.141 of WideClient is now released. Please use that. Let me know if there are stil problems.

Pete

 

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hello Pete,

I went to the simulator yesterday late afternoon. (I didn't have much time. )
I changed all  clients on  6 PCs, used the TCP protocol and master's fixed IP address on ini file .
Everything seems to work, no  errors as indicated in object reported in logs file.
so I'll be doing tests on Friday night on a longer usage time.
Thank you a thousand times for your reactivity and the efficiency of your work.
If you wish to have specific files, please let me know.

best regards

 

Gilles from bordeaux

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Hello Pete,

as I promised, I'm reporting back to you on my tests over a longer period of time.
everything seems to be working, we have no more mistakes.
thanks again.
gilles.

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