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    Replace "MaxStuckTime" (Anti-freeze) with assert


    madmax
    • Status: accepted
      Main Category: Core / Mangos Daemon
      Sub-Category: Code Enhancement
      Version: 0.20 Milestone: 20 Priority: Normal
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      Implemented Version: 0.20

    Replace "MaxStuckTime" (Anti-freeze) with assert

    After having a crash earlier and rochet investigating he thinks the anti-freeze function within the core should be replaced with an assert.

    This is to make it clear that the core is intended to crash intentionally so it restarts and not some random crash "that seems evil" (according to rochet).

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    I will be honest here, I have NEVER had MaNGOS freeze on my servers. I have had crashes from bugs, but never from a hang. I suppose this would be good if it was to inform the server owner that the process hung and did not crash due to some DB or coding error.

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    MaxStuckTime has never properly worked for the past 6+ years or so.. at least to what i can remember of it.. i think it should be replaced to.

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