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Hercules server stuck "Awaiting maps from map-server." Never passes this

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I've just followed a mixture of these guides Guide 1 and Guide 2 to try and get Hercules running a local Rag server on a in house Debian 8 sever I have.  Everything seems to be setup correctly, but when I try to start athena, it just sits and waits on the Awaiting maps from map-sever, but never moves passed it.  I do notice an error in the conf/map/map-server.conf:2 - syntax error, but I'm not seeing anything related in the map-server.conf that might be failing.  Any thoughts?  Let me know if you need any other files (I'm new to this).

 

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[Notice]: Please edit your 'conf/network.conf' allowed list to fit your network configuration.
[Info]: Done reading conf/common/inter-server.conf.
[Error]: [Info]: Done reading conf/common/inter-server.conf.
conf/map/map-server.conf:2 - syntax error
[Info]: Done reading conf/import/inter-server.conf.
[Info]: Connect Character DB server.... (Character Server)
[Status]: Done reading '50' entries in 'db/re/exp_guild.txt'.
[Status]: Finished Reading GeoIP Database.
[Warning]: Not all IP addresses in /conf/map/map-server.conf configured, auto-detecting...
[Info]: Defaulting to 192.168.0.30 as our IP address
[Info]: Map Server IP Address : '192.168.0.30' -> '192.168.0.30'.
[Info]: Char Server IP Address : '192.168.0.30' -> '192.168.0.30'.
[Status]: Defaulting to 192.168.0.30 as our IP address
[Info]: Hercules, Copyright (C) 2012-2018, Hercules Dev Team and others.
[Info]: Licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 3 or later.
[Status]: The login-server is ready (Server is listening on the port 6900).

: DB error - Table 'ragnarok.loginlog' doesn't exist

			[Debug]: at loginlog.c:88 - INSERT INTO `loginlog`(`time`,`ip`,`user`,`rcode`,`log`) VALUES (NOW(), '0.0.0.0', 'login server', '100', 'login server started')

			[Info]: Hercules, Copyright (C) 2012-2018, Hercules Dev Team and others.

			[Info]: Licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 3 or later.

			[Status]: The char-server is ready (Server is listening on the port 6121).
		

		

[Info]: Logging item transactions to table 'picklog'.
[Info]: Logging chat to table 'chatlog'.
[Info]: Logging commands to table 'atcommandlog'.
[Info]: Logging item transactions to table 'picklog'.
[Info]: Logging chat to table 'chatlog'.
[Info]: Logging commands to table 'atcommandlog'.
[Info]: Connecting to the Map DB Server....

: Access denied for user 'ragnarok'@'localhost' (using password: YES)
[Info]: Attempt to connect to login-server...
[Status]: Connecting to 127.0.0.1:6900
[Info]: Connection request of the char-server 'Hercules' @ 192.168.0.30:6121 (account: 'tyrolanuthmatar', pass: 'yaboo-ian', ip: '127.0.0.1')
[SQL]: DB error - Table 'ragnarok.loginlog' doesn't exist
[Debug]: at loginlog.c:88 - INSERT INTO `loginlog`(`time`,`ip`,`user`,`rcode`,`log`) VALUES (NOW(), '127.0.0.1', 'tyrolanuthmatar', '100', 'charserver - [email protected]:6121')
[Notice]: Authentication accepted (account: tyrolanuthmatar, id: 1, ip: 127.0.0.1)
[Status]: Connection of the char-server 'Hercules' accepted.
[Status]: Connected to login-server (connection #5).
[Status]: Awaiting maps from map-server.
 

 

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On 11/9/2019 at 7:40 AM, tyrolanuthmatar said:

I've just followed a mixture of these guides Guide 1 and Guide 2 to try and get Hercules running a local Rag server on a in house Debian 8 sever I have.  Everything seems to be setup correctly, but when I try to start athena, it just sits and waits on the Awaiting maps from map-sever, but never moves passed it.  I do notice an error in the conf/map/map-server.conf:2 - syntax error, but I'm not seeing anything related in the map-server.conf that might be failing.  Any thoughts?  Let me know if you need any other files (I'm new to this).

 

Your map-server is not started.

Start map-server separately and show the logs, we can help you that way

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