Open 2.4.2: 2.5.0 : Crash in the Nether

Discussion in 'Infinity Evolved 1.7.10' started by ExDomino, Jul 7, 2016.

  1. ExDomino

    ExDomino New Member


    What is the bug:
    On my server, we somtime crash in the nether. It's always at the same coordonate, and do a /back will cause a new crash after few moment. The crash is client-side only, the server doesn't crash.


    PS : You should add "2.5.0" in the "Version" field.

    Mod & Version:
    MC 1.7.10 - Infinity 2.5.0 Normal log:

    Can it be repeated:
    Each time you go to the same coordonate in the nether, you'll crash again!

    Known Fix:
  2. Booker The Geek

    Booker The Geek Well-Known Member

    Remove fast craft.

    Report the bug to fastcraft.
  3. ExDomino

    ExDomino New Member

    We're still crashing without Fastcraft, same error.
  4. Robijnvogel

    Robijnvogel Well-Known Member

    Last edited: Aug 6, 2016
  5. Booker The Geek

    Booker The Geek Well-Known Member

    @ExDomino please upload the crash report without fast craft in it.
  6. Robijnvogel

    Robijnvogel Well-Known Member

    Something that seemed completely unrelated, but at some point produced an AOoBE in Advanced Solars as well.
  7. Booker The Geek

    Booker The Geek Well-Known Member

    Interesting. Would still like to see the next crash without fast craft but most likely is as you say...

    That being said might be a simple fix.
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  8. Robijnvogel

    Robijnvogel Well-Known Member

    @ExDomino, is there an advanced solars item or block, that has 13 different metadata states?
    For example item ID 1:0 up to 1:12 ?

    Just fishing for an explanation here.

    Edit, actually yes. I have just confirmed this myself. All non-helmet Advanced Solars items share one id. Sunnarium (meta 0) through quantum core (meta 13).

    Then "java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 13" should not occur though, since meta 13 does exist...

    I'm in a bind here. It looks too much like the other issue I just referenced, to not be connected, but it just doesn't fit exactly the same pattern.
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2016

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