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PostSubject: I have 2 issues.   Sat 21 Jul - 6:05

First this forum seems to be incompatible with Internet explorer when trying to make a post because of that stupid little toolbar at the bottom or something, you might want to look into that. and please dont get bent out of shape , im just bringing that to your attention so no insult ment. ( im posting from firefox )

Secondly when I try to start a master server ( yes under cygwin running on windows server 2008 NOT R2 but regular 2008 ) First thing you must do is copy the "server" folder from the bin folder in the JDK ( im using JDK7u5) to the bin folder in your JRE folder or you get:

"Error: missing `server' JVM at `C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\server\jvm.dll'. Please install or use the JRE or JDK that contains these missing components.
FAILED"

when trying to run ./master.sh -v start.

ok, so with that fixed up , now I am getting this:





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./master.sh: line 249: [: too many arguments
Error: Could not find or load main class file
*** Starting master server ***
./master.sh: line 93: [: =: unary operator expected
MV_HOME is ..
./master.sh: line 104: [: too many arguments
Using .jar files from the /dist hierarchy
Using property file ../bin/master.properties
Using log directory ../logs/master
Using common directory ../config/common, bin directory ../bin
JAVA_FLAGS="-server  -cp ../other/rhino1_5R5/js.jar;Properties file ../bin/maste;../dist/lib/injected.jar;../dist/lib/multiverse.jar;../dist/lib/mars.jar;../other/java-getopt-1.0.11.jar;../other/jython.jar;../other/log4j-1.2.14.jar;../other/bcel-5.2.jar;. -Dmultiverse.propertyfile=../bin/master.properties  -Dmultiverse.logs=../logs/master"
Starting master server:        Error: Could not find or load main class file
SUCCESS
Wait for finished initializing msg...


I dont have a clue why I am getting this error, any sugestions?

By the way, I have tinkered with Multiverse for a few years now and it has NEVER gotten any easyer to get started BUT its the kind of thing that once you do get everything sorted and running, its rock solid until YOU break it Cool
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Sat 21 Jul - 11:54

I know the server JVM issue was addressed here:
"http://www.multiversemmo.com/wiki/Upgrading_to_Version_1.5#Using_the_server_Java_VM

"Copy the server JVM directory from the JDK directory to the JRE directory. So, for example, copy C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_04\jre\bin\server to C:\Program Files\Java\jre\bin. Now the JRE bin directoy will have a server sub-directory as well as a client sub-directory. "


"im using JDK7u5"
Not sure. It does note that 7 hasn't been as thoroughly tested yet.
http://www.multiversemmo.com/wiki/Platform_Tutorial_Getting_Started#Install_Prerequisite_Software

Btw, if you do end up cleaning up java and using a different version note that JavaRa doesn't
always completely clean it, you sometimes *still* have to manually regedit and I also had to use the Microsoft
.msi installer cleaner to get rid of all references to java in add/remove.

I'll post if I come across anything.

http://singularlabs.com/software/javara/
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PostSubject: Progress ...well sort of.   Mon 23 Jul - 9:58

So now after hardcoding some things and adding the private key code to master_server.py I am now getting this error at the end of master.out

Code:


ERROR [2012-07-21 18:54:16,298] main                MasterServer.main caught exception multiverse.server.util.MVRuntimeException: could not find class: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterDatabase.<init>(MasterDatabase.java:28)
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterServer.dbConnect(MasterServer.java:40)
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterServer.main(MasterServer.java:439)


Anyone know how to correct this?

I also reverted back to JDK/JRE 6 and Java mysql Connector 3.1.14
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Tue 24 Jul - 10:31

Anyone? Surely someone has run into this problem as I see some of you have managed to successfuly get a master server running.
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Tue 24 Jul - 11:03

I'm trying to avoid the master server if at all possible, but I imagine there's a configuration file for Master server that has a line that designates the path to the jdbc driver jar file.
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PostSubject: Master Server   Wed 25 Jul - 14:06

I haven't tackled the Master Server yet. When I do, and assuming I can solve it, I'll post Very Happy

@aware
AFAIK eventually you have to do the Master Server thing if your going to run a real game.

I am still learning Python and .sh scripting and trying to figure out where
the heck $WORLD_DIR and $WORLD_NAME come from so I can set
the servers up correctly.

Then the master server.

Hey, when someone hands me 1+ million $ worth of software and says "Have fun with it..." I'm willing to
do whatever it takes. Very Happy

/cheers
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Thu 26 Jul - 6:14

There is a page in the wiki that mentions changing a variable in master_server.py that points to the /../../..bin folder to point to some ../../../server folder to resolve the "NoClassFound......" error but I can not for the life of me remember where I saw it .

And I agree, when someone hands me an SDK with all of the base servers written for me and all the other time consuming prerequsite stuff coded that usualy takes forever to get done before you can acculy start doing gameplay related development ( tools, server archtechture, game engine ...etc ) Im more than happy to start playing with it Cool
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Thu 26 Jul - 8:54

Ok i am smashing my head against the keyboard repeatedly now............ anyway here is the output of master.out:

Code:

INFO  [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                pid 4988@ns1
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                Using property file master.properties
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                Properties are:
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    java.vendor = Sun Microsystems Inc.
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    log4j.appender.FILE = org.apache.log4j.RollingFileAppender
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    sun.java.launcher = SUN_STANDARD
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    sun.management.compiler = HotSpot Server Compiler
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    os.name = Windows Vista
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    multiverse.db_password = ******* <--(omitted for obvious reasons)
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    sun.boot.class.path = C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\resources.jar;C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\rt.jar;C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\sunrsasign.jar;C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\jsse.jar;C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\jce.jar;C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\charsets.jar;C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\classes
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    sun.desktop = windows
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    com.sun.management.jmxremote =
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    java.vm.specification.vendor = Sun Microsystems Inc.
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    java.runtime.version = 1.6.0-b105
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    user.name = Administrator
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    user.language = en
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    sun.boot.library.path = C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\bin
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    multiverse.world_available_message = DONE INITIALIZING, you can log in now
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    java.version = 1.6.0
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    log4j.rootLogger = DEBUG, FILE
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    user.timezone = America/New_York
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    multiverse.master_rdp_port = 9010
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    sun.arch.data.model = 32
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    java.endorsed.dirs = C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\endorsed
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    multiverse.master_tcp_port = 9005
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    java.rmi.server.randomIDs = true
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    sun.cpu.isalist =
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    sun.jnu.encoding = Cp1252
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    file.encoding.pkg = sun.io
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    file.separator = \
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    java.specification.name = Java Platform API Specification
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    java.class.version = 50.0
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,465] main                    log4j.appender.FILE.layout = org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    user.country = US
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.home = C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.vm.info = mixed mode
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    multiverse.jdbcJarPath = ..othermysql-jdbcmysql-connector-java-3.0.14-production-bin.jar
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    os.version = 6.0
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    multiverse.logs = C:\multiverse\logs\master
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    multiverse.log_level = 1
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    path.separator = ;
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.vm.version = 1.6.0-b105
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    multiverse.rotate_logs_on_startup = true
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    user.variant =
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.awt.printerjob = sun.awt.windows.WPrinterJob
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    sun.io.unicode.encoding = UnicodeLittle
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    multiverse.log_rdp_counters = false
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    log4j.appender.FILE.File = ${multiverse.logs}/${multiverse.loggername}.out
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    awt.toolkit = sun.awt.windows.WToolkit
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    user.home = C:\Users\Administrator
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.specification.vendor = Sun Microsystems Inc.
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.library.path = C:\Windows\system32;.;C:\Windows\Sun\Java\bin;C:\Windows\system32;C:\Windows;C:\Program Files\PHP\;C:\Windows\system32;C:\Windows;C:\Windows\System32\Wbem;C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.5\bin;C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.vendor.url = http://java.sun.com/
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    multiverse.loggername = master
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.vm.vendor = Sun Microsystems Inc.
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    multiverse.db_user = darkfront
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.runtime.name = Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    java.class.path = C:\multiverse\dist\lib\injected.jar;C:\multiverse\dist\lib\multiverse.jar;C:\multiverse\dist\lib\mars.jar;;C:\multiverse\other\rhino1_5R5\js.jar;C:\multiverse\other\java-getopt-1.0.11.jar;C:\multiverse\other\jython.jar;;C:\multiverse\other\log4j-1.2.14.jar;C:\multiverse\other\bcel-5.2.jar
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,481] main                    multiverse.propertyfile = master.properties
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    log4j.appender.FILE.MaxBackupIndex = 3
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    multiverse.db_hostname = localhost
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    multiverse.db_type = mysql
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    java.vm.specification.name = Java Virtual Machine Specification
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    java.vm.specification.version = 1.0
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    sun.cpu.endian = little
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    sun.os.patch.level = Service Pack 2
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    java.io.tmpdir = C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\2\
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    java.vendor.url.bug = http://java.sun.com/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    log4j.appender.FILE.MaxFileSize = 50MB
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    multiverse.db_driver = com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    multiverse.db_name = multiverse
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    os.arch = x86
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    java.awt.graphicsenv = sun.awt.Win32GraphicsEnvironment
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    java.ext.dirs = C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\ext;C:\Windows\Sun\Java\lib\ext
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    log4j.appender.FILE.layout.ConversionPattern = %-5p [%d{ISO8601}] %-20t %m%n
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    user.dir = C:\multiverse\master
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    line.separator =

DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    java.vm.name = Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    file.encoding = Cp1252
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                    java.specification.version = 1.6
INFO  [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                The log level is 1
INFO  [2012-07-24 17:50:02,512] main                Multiverse server version 1.5 0 (- -)
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:03,544] main                SecureTokenManager.initDomain: reading domain key. keyId=0x1 algorithm=HmacSHA1
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:05,044] main                Executing script file: C:\multiverse\master\master_server.py
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:05,044] main                runPYFile: file=C:\multiverse\master\master_server.py
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:05,590] main                SecureTokenManager.initMaster: master key keyId=0xc algorithm=DSA
DEBUG [2012-07-24 17:50:05,590] main                script completed
ERROR [2012-07-24 17:50:05,606] main                MasterServer.main caught exception multiverse.server.util.MVRuntimeException: could not find class: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterDatabase.<init>(MasterDatabase.java:28)
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterServer.dbConnect(MasterServer.java:40)
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterServer.main(MasterServer.java:439)



The last bit shows the exception I keep getting but I dont understand what class it is looking for? it seems java and all thet stuff is found just fine then all the sudden the server cant find it anymore. Any ideas?

UPDATE:: this can also be duplicated on a windows 7 pro x64 machine using identical multiverse configurations so i am thinking there is some stupid little setting or variable that is not set correctly somewhere.
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Fri 27 Jul - 6:21

World_Dir and World_Name are inherited from the properties file I think.

But seriously no one knows what is causeing this? I have been trying to get a server up for more than a week now. Only thing i have NOT tried is building a linux box to try and run the server on. Surly SOMEONE knows what this problem is.
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Fri 27 Jul - 7:28

the jdbc driver path is defined in master.properties for the master server and multiverse.properties for the game server.
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Fri 27 Jul - 7:40

I know, and both files are pointing to the location on my hard drive in which the connector is located, I even moved it to the root of C:\ and changed both .properties files to reflect the change and i still get the same error.


Java connector line from BOTH .properties files:

Code:

#Path to JDBC driver JAR file
# multiverse.jdbcJarPath=../other/mysql-jdbc/mysql-connector-java-3.0.14-production-bin.jar
multiverse.jdbcJarPath=C:\\mysql-connector-java-3.1.14-bin.jar


Physical location on hard drive for JDBC driver = C:\mysql-connector-java-3.1.14-bin.jar as seen in this screenshot:



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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Fri 27 Jul - 7:54

hmm it is still listing it in the log you posted as this
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multiverse.jdbcJarPath = ..othermysql-jdbcmysql-connector-java-3.0.14-production-bin.jar

Is the master.properties file in the same location as the master.sh?
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Fri 27 Jul - 8:19

Yes they are both in the same location, also now for some reason no logs are produced when using cygwin to start the server but the .bat file does produce logs. Also I changed the line looking for the JDBC driver back to C:\\mysql-connector-java-3.1.14-bin.jar and this is reflected in the latest master.out so it knows the location but I dont understand why it suddenly cant load it once its found it
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Fri 27 Jul - 8:39

Silly question but should there be a repository on the machine the server is running on?
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Fri 27 Jul - 9:06

There doesn't need to be unless you are running a local copy of the game or using the world editor.
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Fri 27 Jul - 10:39

ok so I dont understand if this line is presant in the master.out log :

Code:


DEBUG [2012-07-25 19:15:07,468] main multiverse.jdbcJarPath = C:\mysql-connector-java-5.1.21-bin.jar



then why cant it find it again later at the end of the log?


Code:


ERROR [2012-07-25 19:15:09,984] main  MasterServer.main caught exception multiverse.server.util.MVRuntimeException: could not find class: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterDatabase.<init>(MasterDatabase.java:28)
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterServer.dbConnect(MasterServer.java:40)
      at multiverse.server.engine.MasterServer.main(MasterServer.java:439)



master.properties :

Code:


### Server host names and ports
multiverse.master_tcp_port=9005
multiverse.master_rdp_port=9010

### Database settings
### Use multiverse.db_url property to use a specific JDBC URL.  If not specified, then
### the server constructs it in standard format from the other property values,
### as follows jdbc://db_type/db_hostname/db_name
multiverse.db_type=mysql
multiverse.db_driver=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
multiverse.db_name=multiverse
multiverse.db_user=****<-----------------not that I dont trust anyone or anyone would be able to find my sql server since its behind nat and using localhost but I dont trust ANYONE )
multiverse.db_password=*******
multiverse.db_hostname=localhost
### multiverse.db_url=jdbc:dbtype://hostName/databaseName

#Path to JDBC driver JAR file
#multiverse.jdbcJarPath=../other/mysql-jdbc/mysql-connector-java-3.1.14-production-bin.jar
multiverse.jdbcJarPath=C:\\mysql-connector-java-5.1.21-bin.jar\\

###
### The default log level of the server.
###
### MV-Level    log4j Level
###  0          TRACE
###  1          DEBUG
###  2          INFO
###  3          WARN
###  4          ERROR
###
multiverse.log_level=1
multiverse.rotate_logs_on_startup=true

###
### Should old logs be deleted on startup?
###
#multiverse.delete_logs_on_startup=true

###
### log4j configuration.  The multiverse.log_level over-rides the
### log4j log level.
###
log4j.appender.FILE = org.apache.log4j.RollingFileAppender
log4j.appender.FILE.File = ${multiverse.logs}/${multiverse.loggername}.out
log4j.appender.FILE.MaxFileSize = 50MB
log4j.appender.FILE.MaxBackupIndex=3
log4j.appender.FILE.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
log4j.appender.FILE.layout.ConversionPattern=%-5p [%d{ISO8601}] %-20t %m%n

#log4j.appender.ErrorLog = org.apache.log4j.RollingFileAppender
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.Threshold = ERROR
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.File = ${multiverse.logs}/errors.out
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.MaxFileSize = 50MB
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.MaxBackupIndex=3
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.layout.ConversionPattern=%-5p [%d{ISO8601}] %-20t %m%n

log4j.rootLogger=DEBUG, FILE


###
### Should we use class files from the /build hierarchy
### instead of the jar files from the /dist hierarchy?
###
#multiverse.use_class_files=true

###
### Should we log various RDP counters
###
multiverse.log_rdp_counters=false

###
### The default when enabled is to log CPU times an interval of
### 5000 ms, at log_level 2, which is INFO
###
#multiverse.cputime_logging_interval=5000,2

###
### Log message agent statistics
###
#multiverse.message_agent_stats=true

###
### This number is the number of maximum milliseconds that the
### packet aggregator will delay sending a packet in hopes that
### more packets can be added to it.  By default, it is 25ms.
### You can change the delay time, or disable packet aggregation
### by setting the aggregation interval is zero
###
#multiverse.packet_aggregation_interval=0

###
### Message printed on console when the world is available.
### The world is available when the "Domain" plugin dependency is
### satisfied.
###
multiverse.world_available_message = DONE INITIALIZING, you can log in now



my master.sh

Code:


#!/bin/sh
(shopt -s igncr) 2>/dev/null && shopt -s igncr; # Workaround Cygwin line-ending issue

# This batch file runs the Multiverse sever processes on Linux in bash shell or on Windows/Cygwin
# You must have installed Java, a database, JDBC driver, and the Multiverse servers
# Copyright 2007 The Multiverse Network, Inc.
# Thanks to Judd-MGT for contributions.

# Optional: Set MV_HOME env. variable to be able to run this script from an arbitrary directory.
# Otherwise, this script assumes it is being run from MV_HOME/bin working directory
# NOTE: Doesn't work if you set MV_HOME.
export MV_HOME=${MV_HOME:-".."}

# Optional: Set DEFAULT_MV_PROPERTYFILE env. variable to set the default property file, otherwise use multiverse.properties
# when no property file is specified as final argument on command line.
DEFAULT_MV_PROPERTYFILE=${DEFAULT_MV_PROPERTYFILE:-"master.properties"}

### Set to true to enable JMX management and monitoring (either here or in env. variable.
ENABLE_MGMT=${ENABLE_MGMT:-"false"}

function kill_process () {
    if [ $verbose -gt 0 ]; then
        echo -en "stopping $1 "
    fi
    kill $2 > /dev/null 2>&1
    result=$?
    if [ $verbose -gt 0 ]; then
        if [ $result = 0 ]; then
            echo STOPPED
        else
            echo NOT RUNNING
        fi
    fi
}

function check_process () {
    ps -e ho pid | grep $1 > /dev/null 2>&1
    result=$?
    if [ $result = 1 ]; then
        echo FAILED
    else
        echo SUCCESS
    fi
}

function status_process () {
    if [ x$2 == x ]; then
   return
    fi
    ps -e ho pid | grep $2 > /dev/null 2>&1
    result=$?
    if [ $result = 0 ]; then
        echo -e "$1" RUNNING
    else
        echo -e "$1" NOT RUNNING
    fi
}

function archive_log_dir () {
    rm -rf "${MV_LOGS}.old"
    mv "${MV_LOGS}" "${MV_LOGS}.old"
}

function start_server () {

    if [ X$ARCHIVE_LOG_DIR = X"true" ]; then
   if [ -d "${MV_LOGS}" ]; then
       archive_log_dir
   fi
    fi

    # Use these flags for profiling
    HPROF_FLAGS="-agentlib:hprof=heap=sites,depth=8"
    GCDETAILS_FLAGS="-XX:+PrintGC -XX:+PrintGCDetails"

    # Linux: Use strace with the following flags to monitor one of the
    # multiverse server processes.
    #    strace -f -e trace=\!futex,gettimeofday,clock_gettime java \

    echo "*** Starting master server ***"
    if [ ! -d "${MV_RUN}" ]
        then
        mkdir -p "${MV_RUN}"
    fi

    if [ ! -d "${MV_LOGS}" ]
        then
        mkdir -p "${MV_LOGS}"
    fi

    rm -f ${MV_RUN}/*.pid

    if [ $DELETE_LOGS_ON_STARTUP = "true" ]; then
        rm "${MV_LOGS}"/*.out*
    fi

    if $ENABLE_MGMT = "true"; then       
        echo "Enabling JMX mgmt & monitoring"
        JAVA_FLAGS="${JAVA_FLAGS} $JMX_FLAGS"
    fi       

    if [ $verbose -gt 0 ]; then
        echo MV_HOME is $MV_HOME
        if [ $USE_CLASS_FILES = "true" ]; then
            echo "Using .class files from the /build hierarchy"
        else
            echo "Using .jar files from the /dist hierarchy"
        fi
        echo Using property file $MV_PROPERTYFILE 
        echo Using log directory $MV_LOGS
        echo Using common directory $MV_COMMON, bin directory $MV_BIN   
        echo "JAVA_FLAGS=\"${JAVA_FLAGS}\""
    fi

    # Increase the file descriptor limit up to the hard limit
    # Linux: Use /etc/security/limits.conf to set the hard limit
    ulimit -n hard

    if [ $verbose -gt 0 ]; then
        echo -en "Starting master server: \t"
    fi

    java ${JAVA_FLAGS} \
        -Dmultiverse.loggername=master \
        multiverse.server.engine.MasterServer \
   $CMDLINE_PROPS \
        $MV_BIN/master_server.py \
        &

    echo $! > "${MV_RUN}"/master.pid

    if [ $verbose -gt 0 ]; then
        check_process $(cat "${MV_RUN}"/master.pid)
    fi

    echo "Wait for finished initializing msg... "
}

function stop_server () {
    echo "*** Stopping master server ***"
    kill_process "master server  " $(cat "${MV_RUN}"/master.pid)
}

function status_server () {
    down=0
    status_process "master server  " $(cat "${MV_RUN}"/master.pid) 
    exit ${down}
}

function test_server () {
    echo "JAVA_FLAGS=\"${JAVA_FLAGS}\""
    java $JAVA_FLAGS multiverse.server.util.SecureTokenManager
    exit 0
    if [ $verbose -gt 0 ]; then
        java $JAVA_FLAGS multiverse.simpleclient.SimpleClient -e ${MV_COMMON}/simpleclient.props -s $MV_COMMON/simpleclient.py --exit-after-login
    else
        java $JAVA_FLAGS multiverse.simpleclient.SimpleClient -e ${MV_COMMON}/simpleclient.props -s ${MV_COMMON}/simpleclient.py --exit-after-login > /dev/null 2>&1
    fi
    result=$?
    if [ $verbose -gt 0 ]; then
        if [ $result == 0 ]; then
            echo "login test: PASS"
        else
            echo "login test: FAIL"
        fi
    fi
    exit ${result}
}

function import_property_file () {
    for file
    do
        if [ -f $file ]; then
            files="$files $file"
        fi
    done
    if [ -n "$files" ]; then
        awk -f "$MV_BIN/prop2sh.awk" $files > "$MV_BIN/_javaprops_"
        . "$MV_BIN/_javaprops_"
        rm -f "$MV_BIN/_javaprops_"
    fi
}

verbose=0
while getopts "hvw:p:CMP:Aa" arg; do
    case "$arg" in
        h)
            echo "$0: usage: $0 [-hvCM] [-p propertyfilename] (start|stop|status|test)"
            ;;
        v)
            let verbose++
            ;;
   p)
       MV_PROPERTYFILE=$OPTARG
       ;;
   C)
       JVM_FLAG=-client
       ;;
   M)
       ENABLE_MGMT=true
       JMX_FLAGS="-Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote"
       ;;
   P)
       CMDLINE_PROPS="$CMDLINE_PROPS -P$OPTARG"
       ;;
   A)
       AGGRESIVE="-XX:CompileThreshold=200 -Xnoclassgc -XX:+RelaxAccessControlCheck"
       ;;
   a)
       ARCHIVE_LOG_DIR=true
       ;;
   esac
done
shift $((OPTIND-1))

if [ $(uname -o) = "Cygwin" ]; then
    MV_HOME_UNIX=$(cygpath -u "${MV_HOME}")
else
    MV_HOME_UNIX="$MV_HOME"
fi

# where the local startup configs are stored, such as the port number
# and log level
MV_BIN=${MV_BIN:-"${MV_HOME}/bin"}

# where common config files are stored, such as plugin logic
MV_COMMON=${MV_COMMON:-"${MV_HOME}/config/common"}

MV_PROPERTYFILE=${MV_PROPERTYFILE:-"${MV_BIN}/${DEFAULT_MV_PROPERTYFILE}"}

import_property_file $MV_PROPERTYFILE

if [ -z "$ARCHIVE_LOG_DIR" -a -n "$multiverse_archive_logs_on_startup" ] ; then
    ARCHIVE_LOG_DIR=$multiverse_archive_logs_on_startup
fi

# Determine if we should use .class files from the build hierarchy,
# or .jar files from the dist hierarchy.  To run the property getter
# before MV_JAR is set, we always use the dist version of the property
# getter.
USE_CLASS_FILES=${USE_CLASS_FILES:-$(java -cp ${MV_HOME}/dist/lib/multiverse.jar -Dmultiverse.propertyfile=${MV_PROPERTYFILE} multiverse.scripts.PropertyGetter multiverse.use_class_files)}

RHINO=${RHINO:-"${MV_HOME}/other/rhino1_5R5/js.jar"}
GETOPT=${GETOPT:-"${MV_HOME}/other/java-getopt-1.0.11.jar"}
JYTHON=${JYTHON:-"${MV_HOME}/other/jython.jar"}
LOG4J=${LOG4J:-"${MV_HOME}/other/log4j-1.2.14.jar"}
BCEL=${BCEL:-"${MV_HOME}/other/bcel-5.2.jar"}

if  [ $USE_CLASS_FILES = "true" ]; then
    MV_JAR=${MV_JAR:-"${MV_HOME}/build"}
    MARS_JAR=${MARS_JAR:-"${MV_HOME}/build"}
    INJECTED_JAR=${INJECTED_JAR:-"${MV_HOME}/inject"}
else
    MV_JAR=${MV_JAR:-"${MV_HOME}/dist/lib/multiverse.jar"}
    MARS_JAR=${MARS_JAR:-"${MV_HOME}/dist/lib/mars.jar"}
    INJECTED_JAR=${INJECTED_JAR:-"${MV_HOME}/dist/lib/injected.jar"}
fi

JDBC=${JDBC:-$(java -cp $MV_JAR -Dmultiverse.propertyfile=${MV_PROPERTYFILE} multiverse.scripts.PropertyGetter multiverse.jdbcJarPath)}

if [ $(uname -o) == "Cygwin" ]; then
    export PATH=$(cygpath "$JAVA_HOME"/bin):.:$PATH
    MV_CLASSPATH="$RHINO;$JDBC;$INJECTED_JAR;$MV_JAR;$MARS_JAR;$GETOPT;$JYTHON;$LOG4J;$BCEL;."
else
    MV_CLASSPATH="${RHINO}:${JDBC}:${INJECTED_JAR}:${MV_JAR}:${MARS_JAR}:${GETOPT}:${JYTHON}:${LOG4J}:${BCEL}:."
fi
       
# HotSpot tracking flags: -XX:+PrintCompilation -XX:+CITime
JVM_FLAG="${JVM_FLAG:-"-server"} $AGGRESIVE"
JAVA_FLAGS="-cp ${MV_CLASSPATH} -Dmultiverse.propertyfile=${MV_PROPERTYFILE} ${JAVA_FLAGS}"
JAVA_FLAGS="${JVM_FLAG} ${JAVA_FLAGS}"

if [ X"$MV_HOSTNAME" != "X" ]; then
    CMDLINE_PROPS="$CMDLINE_PROPS -Pmultiverse.hostname=${MV_HOSTNAME}"
fi

# This is in local OS format
MV_LOGS=${MV_LOGS:-"${MV_HOME}/logs/master"}
DELETE_LOGS_ON_STARTUP=${MV_DELETE_LOGS_ON_STARTUP:-$(java $JAVA_FLAGS multiverse.scripts.PropertyGetter multiverse.delete_logs_on_startup)}

# This should always be in "unix" format
if [ $(uname -o) = "Cygwin" ]; then
    MV_RUN=${MV_RUN:-$(cygpath -w ${MV_BIN}/run/master)}
else
    MV_RUN=${MV_RUN:-${MV_BIN}/run/master}
fi

JAVA_FLAGS="${JAVA_FLAGS} -Dmultiverse.logs=${MV_LOGS}"

case "$1" in

    start)
        start_server
        ;;

    stop)
        stop_server
        ;;

    status)
        status_server
        ;;

    restart)
        stop_server
        start_server
        ;;

    test)
        test_server
        ;;
esac
 

multiverse.properties :

Code:


### Server host names and ports
multiverse.msgsvr_hostname=www.myfqdnhere.net  <--( those that dont know, FQDN = Fully Qualified Domain Name aka www.example.net )
multiverse.msgsvr_port=20374
multiverse.worldmgrport=5040
### Proxy server settings.  To enable remote clients to connect, specify IP address or DNS hostname
multiverse.proxyserver=www.myfqdnhere.net
multiverse.proxyport=5050

### Voice server host and port number
multiverse.voiceserver=www.myfqdnhere.net
multiverse.voiceport=5051

### Options for VoiceServer testing

### Should the voice plugin automatically create a positional and/or
### non-positional voice group(s) with the specified numbers?
multiverse.precreated_positional_voice_group=1
#multiverse.precreated_nonpositional_voice_group=5

### Should it auto-create a nonpositional voice group because a client
### connects with the number of a group and the group doesn't exist?
#multiverse.autocreate_referenced_voice_groups=true

###
### Should the voice server record voices?
###
#multiverse.record_voices=true

### Database settings
### Use multiverse.db_url property to use a specific JDBC URL.  If not specified, then
### the server constructs it in standard format from the other property values,
### as follows jdbc://db_type/db_hostname/db_name
multiverse.db_type=mysql
multiverse.db_driver=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
multiverse.db_name=multiverse
multiverse.db_user=*********
multiverse.db_password=**********
multiverse.db_hostname=localhost
### multiverse.db_url=jdbc:dbtype://hostName/databaseName

# specifies how long to wait for all plugin dependencies to be
# resolved.  after waiting this period of time (in seconds),
# if all dependencies have not been met, then we report an error message.
multiverse.startup_timeout=120

#Path to JDBC driver JAR file
# multiverse.jdbcJarPath=../other/mysql-jdbc/mysql-connector-java-3.0.14-production-bin.jar
multiverse.jdbcJarPath=C:\\mysql-connector-java-5.1.21-bin.jar\\


###
### If multiverse.mvwfile property is not specified, it defaults to MV_HOME/config/worldname/worldname.mvw
### Example below is Windows path; On Linux/Unix, use forward slashes instead of double backslashes.
multiverse.worldname=sampleworld
###multiverse.mvwfile=c:\\multiverse\\config\\sampleworld\\sampleworld.mvw

###
### The default log level of the server.
###
### MV-Level    log4j Level
###  0          TRACE
###  1          DEBUG
###  2          INFO
###  3          WARN
###  4          ERROR
###
multiverse.log_level=1

###
### Rotate log files when server starts
###
multiverse.rotate_logs_on_startup=true

###
### Archive log files when server starts.  Logs are moved to directory
### "<world-name>.old".  Should set rotate_logs_on_startup to false when
### this option is true.
###
#multiverse.archive_logs_on_startup=true

###
### Should old logs be deleted on startup?
###
#multiverse.delete_logs_on_startup=true

###
### log4j configuration.  The multiverse.log_level over-rides the
### log4j log level.
###
log4j.appender.FILE = org.apache.log4j.RollingFileAppender
log4j.appender.FILE.File = ${multiverse.logs}/${multiverse.loggername}.out
log4j.appender.FILE.MaxFileSize = 50MB
log4j.appender.FILE.MaxBackupIndex=3
log4j.appender.FILE.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
log4j.appender.FILE.layout.ConversionPattern=%-5p [%d{ISO8601}] %-20t %m%n

#log4j.appender.ErrorLog = org.apache.log4j.RollingFileAppender
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.Threshold = ERROR
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.File = ${multiverse.logs}/errors.out
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.MaxFileSize = 50MB
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.MaxBackupIndex=3
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
#log4j.appender.ErrorLog.layout.ConversionPattern=%-5p [%d{ISO8601}] %-20t %m%n

log4j.rootLogger=DEBUG, FILE


###
### Should we use class files from the /build hierarchy
### instead of the jar files from the /dist hierarchy?
###
#multiverse.use_class_files=true

###
### Should we log histograms of time-in-queue and processing time
### for proxy messages?  If so, what should the reporting interval
### be?  (Defaults to 5000ms).
###
multiverse.log_proxy_histograms=true
#multiverse.log_proxy_histograms_interval=5000

###
### Should we log various RDP counters
###
multiverse.log_rdp_counters=false

###
### Should we log various VoicePlugin counters
###
multiverse.log_voice_counters=true

###
### The default when enabled is to log CPU times an interval of
### 5000 ms, at log_level 2, which is INFO
###
#multiverse.cputime_logging_interval=5000,2

###
### Log message agent statistics
###
#multiverse.message_agent_stats=true

###
### This number is the number of maximum milliseconds that the
### packet aggregator will delay sending a packet in hopes that
### more packets can be added to it.  By default, it is 25ms.
### You can change the delay time, or disable packet aggregation
### by setting the aggregation interval is zero
###
#multiverse.packet_aggregation_interval=0

###
### Maximum objects per quad tree node before dividing.
###
#multiverse.quad_tree_node_max_objects=30

###
### Maximum depth of the quad tree.  Should be less than 32.
###
#multiverse.quad_tree_max_depth=20

###
### Message printed on console when the world is available.
### The world is available when the "Domain" plugin dependency is
### satisfied.
###
multiverse.world_available_message = DONE INITIALIZING, you can log in now

### Plugin type startup dependencies
### Dependencies are expressed in terms of plugin types, not plugin names.
### The dependency is satisfied when the expected number of plugins have
### started.  The number of expected plugins is controlled by flags to
### the DomainServer (see PLUGIN_TYPES in multiverse.sh)
###
### Every plugin type should have a "plugin_dep" property, even if it
### has no dependencies.
multiverse.plugin_dep.Login=ObjectManager,Instance
multiverse.plugin_dep.Instance=ObjectManager,Quest,MobManager,Inventory,WorldManager
multiverse.plugin_dep.Proxy=Instance,Voice
multiverse.plugin_dep.Voice=Instance
multiverse.plugin_dep.MobManager=ObjectManager,WorldManager,Inventory,Quest
multiverse.plugin_dep.sampleworld.MobManager=ObjectManager,WorldManager,Inventory,Quest,Combat
multiverse.plugin_dep.ObjectManager=
multiverse.plugin_dep.WorldManager=
multiverse.plugin_dep.Inventory=
multiverse.plugin_dep.Quest=
multiverse.plugin_dep.Trainer=
multiverse.plugin_dep.ClassAbility=
multiverse.plugin_dep.Combat=
multiverse.plugin_dep.Domain=Instance,Proxy,Voice




Screenshot of the JDBC driver location (c:\mysql-connector-java-x.x.xx-bin.jar )






This is running on a single core intel p4 as well so I know its not a multicore issue like some engines have atm. IDK , maybe some freash eyes looking at all this will spot the problem cause I am truely at a loss, If I change it to use the other JDBC driver I get the same result so I just dont know what the problem could be.

I am trying to run the master server on Windows Server 2008 Enterprize <--(NOT 08 R2) because I have my DNS, Mysql, Webserver, mail and a few other servers running on this machine. I really dont want to migrate everything to a *nix server atm but I may just toss one together and set up the Linux multiverse server and see if I get a different result Cool ( most likely I will cause Linux just works Cool )
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Mon 30 Jul - 5:28

So I guess we just gave up on getting this to work? How helpful...............
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PostSubject: Re: I have 2 issues.   Sat 4 Aug - 5:57

so any progress with this ? anyone have any sugestions at all?
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