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9 minutes ago, the4th said:

what I did was the command below and this results in the error of mismatch of server.

7daysupdate.png

deniedwrongversion.png

Did you restart the server after updating? Did you do "login anonymous" or similar before the app_update?

 

If your answer is yes and yes then post the logfile of your server.

 

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34 minutes ago, meganoth said:

Did you restart the server after updating? Did you do "login anonymous" or similar before the app_update?

 

If your answer is yes and yes then post the logfile of your server.

 

Yes i restarted the server, i did log in anonymous, otherwise there would be an error you need to be logged in. (happens to me almost everytime i go into steamcmd). Also I have a pastebin of the log file, included somewhere where i tried to join. Hopefully this can help.

https://pastebin.com/raw/THa1pJW6

 

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I've seem to fix it by deleting all current files, then only installing the latest experimental version because for some reason if the old server has previously been installed in will just launch that instead of latest version.

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If you're using Allocs scripts, why are you using steamcmd?

Just run "7dtd.sh updateenging --experimental"

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2 hours ago, SylenThunder said:

If you're using Allocs scripts, why are you using steamcmd?

Just run "7dtd.sh updateenging --experimental"

I read the docs on the website today and didn't find any mention of this command. Maybe the OP had the same problem. "updateengine" is mentioned only once in the page describing the initial install (without mentioning "experimental"). But it should be listed at least in https://7dtd.illy.bz/wiki/Instance%20management. 

 

Does the command line utility have a help option? Is "--experimental" listed there?

 

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50 minutes ago, meganoth said:

I read the docs on the website today and didn't find any mention of this command. Maybe the OP had the same problem. "updateengine" is mentioned only once in the page describing the initial install (without mentioning "experimental"). But it should be listed at least in https://7dtd.illy.bz/wiki/Instance%20management. 

 

Does the command line utility have a help option? Is "--experimental" listed there?

 

Yes, that's how I verified the data before posting 😛
 

root@beta:~# 7dtd.sh help updateengine
Usage: 7dtd.sh updateengine [--check [--showinternal]] [--experimental | --stable] [--branch BRANCHNAME [--password BRANCHPASSWORD]] [--force]

Check for a newer version of engine (aka game) files of 7dtd. If there is a newer
version they will be updated by this command.

If neither --stable, nor --experimental nor --branch is specified the server will
updated to the latest build on the currently installed Steam branch of the game.

If --stable is specified the server will be switched to the
default public stable Steam branch of the game.

If --experimental is specified the server will be switched to the
latest_experimental Steam branch of the game.

If --branch SOMEBRANCH is specified the server will be switched to the
given Steam branch of the game. Additionally if password is required to acess
the branch this can be specified with the --password argument.
NOTE that --password is also required if you previously switched to a branch that
requires a password and want to update to the latest build on that branch now.

If --force is specified you are asked if you want to redownload the engine
even if there is no new version detected.

If --check is specified it will only output the current local and remote build ids
and if an update is available.
TFP internal branches are only shown if --showinternal is also given.
root@beta:~#

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