Log Analysis

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Log Analysis

Logs can help you identify bugs and crashes, or other problems. Useful for troubleshooting and when modding.

Where to Find Your Logs

Logs are stored in the install folder, under logs/

You can ignore the usageReport files, they're just summaries of the logs.

How to Read Your Logs

Wildermyth runs on java, and java stack traces are one of the main things you'll be looking for. Stack traces are easy to spot because they're a bunch of indented lines. The useful bit is generally the line above the stack trace, and sometimes the first few lines, for context.

Notable Entries

398:54:127 5 CampaignParticipantSystem AI player failed to join, aborting!

Note: This is a fatal error. We don't understand what causes it. It seems to be machine related and there are no known workarounds. We are still investigating it.

143:38:543 5 LegacyDesktop exiting due to fatal runtime error java.lang.IllegalStateException: frame buffer couldn't be constructed: incomplete attachment at com.worldwalkergames.legacy.render.NiceFrameBuffer.build(NiceFrameBuffer.java:93) at com.worldwalkergames.legacy.render.NiceFrameBuffer.<init>(NiceFrameBuffer.java:45) at com.worldwalkergames.legacy.game.mission.render.EnvironmentFrameSetup.validateSceneBuffer(EnvironmentFrameSetup.java:82) at com.worldwalkergames.legacy.game.mission.render.EnvironmentFrameSetup.render(EnvironmentFrameSetup.java:45) at com.worldwalkergames.legacy.render.LegacyRenderingSystem.render(LegacyRenderingSystem.java:82)

Note: This appears to be an out of memory bug.

398:44:768 3 CampaignGenerator exception during overland tile gen: java.lang.RuntimeException: unreachable tile!

Note: Here's an example of one that looks scary, but is pretty harmless!

401:19:246 5 LegacyDesktop exiting due to fatal runtime error java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Direct buffer memory at java.nio.Bits.reserveMemory(Bits.java:693) at java.nio.DirectByteBuffer.<init>(DirectByteBuffer.java:123) at java.nio.ByteBuffer.allocateDirect(ByteBuffer.java:311)

Note: We're aware there are some memory leaks and we'll be looking into it!