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Discussion in '[Archived] Tech Support' started by NioPullus, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. NioPullus

    NioPullus New Member

    My server seems to crash with an abnormal frequency with this error:
    http://pastebin.com/sdADpFEX
    It's not always an issue with multipart, one time it was a chicken chunks error, but does anyone know why the server cannot access the necessary files to function? Thanks!
    Yes, I did try restarting my computer
     
  2. Tristam Izumi

    Tristam Izumi New Member

    Add your FTB install folder to the exclusions list on your antivirus. If you don't know how to do this, Google "add exception to <antivirus name>".
     
  3. NioPullus

    NioPullus New Member

    Awesome, thanks!
     
  4. NioPullus

    NioPullus New Member

    I have completely turned off my anti virus and the problem appears to persist, any other ideas? Thanks!
     
  5. Jagger433

    Jagger433 New Member

    java.io.FileNotFoundException: .\world\DIM80\multipart.dat (The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process)

    do you have this file opened in something?
     
  6. NioPullus

    NioPullus New Member

    Not to sound ungrateful for help, but how would one open multipart.dat in another process?
    If I do have it open, I am unaware. Not to mention the fact that I have restarted my computer, which I would assume would fix that problem? Thanks for the suggestion.
     
  7. NioPullus

    NioPullus New Member

    I wouldn't put it past the fact that is an issue on my side because this issue starting happening spontaneously without me changing anything. Is there anyway to see what process is using a file? Thanks!
     
  8. NioPullus

    NioPullus New Member

    SOLVED: Turns out, WD Backup drive is not friends with FTB servers
     

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