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Thread: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

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    Default New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    This is my first time posting here and i hope im in the correct section.
    I run a server for the game minecraft from my home. Its a java game (minecraft) and as we (my friend/co-owner) add new plugins to the game we are slowly learning certain rules about the code but have very very little knowledge of it as a whole. We're working on learning but its a slow process.
    Ill get to the main question....java is crashing. We're pretty sure its a plugin problem but instead of just removing a plugin we'd rather find out WHY its causing the problem.
    Im have error logs that are created each time the crash occurs so ive got something to go by but about 99% of it is beyond me.

    I will post the latest log and hopefully someone can help point me in the right direction.
    If there is more info needed, just tell me and ill update. Thank you in advance!

    I attached the log file. thank you
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    Default Re: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    Those logs are probably going to be even more mysterious to us than they are to you, since they're going to be application dependent. We could try helping you track down a specific Exception of some kind, but we can't really tell you what those logs mean.

    I'd parse through the logs and track down any error information, then google that. For example, googling "ExceptionCode=0xc0000005" comes up with some results.

    I'd also try contacting the developers of whatever plugin you're using that causes the error.
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    Default Re: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    trying to find the specific plugin. But thank you for the info. This is just a wild guess, but could this be caused by two different plugins trying to access the same address of memory ?

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    Default Re: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    did a quick google search and that exceptioncode u copied comes up with everything from Network printers not working to Internet explorer crashing. going to be doing a lot of googleing today

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    Default Re: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    Quote Originally Posted by rockloop13 View Post
    trying to find the specific plugin. But thank you for the info. This is just a wild guess, but could this be caused by two different plugins trying to access the same address of memory ?
    I'm really not sure, but I wouldn't think that would matter at all, especially in Java.
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    Default Re: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    This is a really common error with minecraft, I get it all the time with no plugins, if your running the server with more memory try stopping that

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    Default Re: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    Ok. will try that. System has 16gigs, we have 12 allocated to minecraft. dropped it down to 10 to see what happens. thanks for the advice!

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    Default Re: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    The only thing that *won't* have caused that will be any Java code you're using. That output will be produced by a bug in the JVM, in any JNI code you're running, in Windows or a problem with your hardware.

    The log says:
    # Problematic frame:
    # V [jvm.dll+0xc8bb8]
    So it's in JVM code, although that's no guarantee that the JVM code is at fault. Have you tried running your software on the latest Java 6 JRE?

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    Default Re: New to Java. Looking for help, not a handout

    it looks like drivers for my video card are in the program files(x86) folder, could the 32 bit drivers be causing an issue with java 7 64?

    C:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA Corporation\PhysX\Common

    I usually leave the game open to view the player count and make sure its online. I think the crashes have happened when ive left it running. I will just leave the command console running the game up for now and see if i can go a few days without a problem. thanks for the reply!