Running a trace on dedi server, is it possible ?

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  1. ceecee

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    Anyone know how to run a trace on the Steam dedicated server ?
     
  2. Badboy

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    Create a shortcut for your "rFactor2 Dedicated.exe" and in the target add that: +trace=3

    exemple command line:
    "X:\your_rf2_dedicated_folder\Bin64\rFactor2 Dedicated.exe" +trace=3 +profile="player"

    *Change name profil like yours.
    *result in "X:\your_rF2_Dedicated_folder\UserData\Log
     
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    Thanks Badboy for the quick reply, will give it a try !
    I need a trace on the dedi to find out why the clients are disconnecting.
    The clients traces do not give any indication why the "Lost Connection" regularly happens since the last major update.
     
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    I doubt the server's will, either...
     
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    Ok, I appreciate the opinion, Lazza.
    Any advice will be welcome.
    New modem, cables (direct to modem), dedicated SSD installation (tested on another clean install computer as well).
    I need the advice of someone who can read the traces and maybe find what I am missing.
    Once connected, 95% of the 30 minute races run perfectly for the 6-8 hour sessions..
    When server finishes the race and starts loading cars for a new race, then the "Connection Lost".
    It is getting more difficult to reconnect for the online client.
     
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