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Raid bosses dont respawn in database


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Hello guys i have a problem .

 

First of all let me tell you that i run a l2j frozen interlude server and i have this problem :

 

Lets say i kill a raid boss .

 

When i kill it its respawn time will change from 0 to something like that " 1373690553494 " ...

 

The problem is that when the raid boss actually respawns the value in database REMAINS "1373690553494" . It should change back to 0 right ?? :/

 

I have to restart the server to make it all right again :/

 

What can i do to fix that ? What is the problem ?

 

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Why "should it" ?

 

Once the RB spawns back his status is setted to ALIVE. He won't use anymore that timer at all. The timer will be refresh at next death, and used if status is DEAD when server startups.

 

Until you managed to find an issue with it, I don't see why it bugs you out.

 


 

A task is created for every RB so far using the value from DB. Either DB values are wrong, or tasks are missing.

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Why "should it" ?

 

Once the RB spawns back his status is setted to ALIVE. He won't use anymore that timer at all. The timer will be refresh at next death, and used if status is DEAD when server startups.

 

Until you managed to find an issue with it, I don't see why it bugs you out.

 


 

A task is created for every RB so far using the value from DB. Either DB values are wrong, or tasks are missing.

 

There is no "status" value in database...

 

The only "status" i can find for raid boss is at the grandboss_data table..

 

But what about the rest RB of lineage ?

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You're right, I melted.

 

respawn_time must be setted to 0 and saved once the task is ended (aka boss is respawning).

 

yeah how can i fix that ?? the boss respawn and the database still says its dead...

 

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