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DC (Disconnect), as you know, is a very annoying phenomenon, but sometimes it is unavoidable for it to happen ... The Tauri Team will do its utmost to solve the problems that cause server crashes, and fix errors, so unexpected shutdowns can occur less frequently. However, issues leading to crashes can happen at any time .. DC is usually caused by a problem that we do not anticipate or we handled an issue in an incorrect way. It is rarely a typo in the server code. So contrary to public belief, these unwanted crashes are not caused by the Tauri Team deliberately, but the code of the server is getting interrupted, breaks down, or endd in an endless cycle. There is, of course, a case where we need to restart the realms, but this is always preceded by a System message you can see inside the game. If it's a planned shutdown, there will always be a countdown to the server stop. There is also a possibility that there is no countdown timer, but there has been a System message. Unfortunately, this is also due to a missed update, an error fix, or a critical hotfix that needs to be addressed ASAP. When the realms are down, a lot of people are loggin on to the forum with questions about what's happened or to the chat where they are .info, which is of course not necessary, as the server does not start again by using that command . You are welcome to download the Tauri Launcher program, which tells you when realms are online, so you do not have to wait in the chat to see whether the realm is online again or not. When there a crash, one or more developers will immediately look for the source of the error, which unfortunately is not always clear. In this case, a more detailed debugging will commence, which unfortunately takes time. In order for the developers to get more information about the cause of the crash, they need to list all current variables of that code section where the server stopped working. This needs to be analyzed and we have to look at the source code for what might have caused the problem and, if possible, fix the problem immediately. If updates were made during that time, which affects the core, it is obviously immediately added to the core, which means re-compiling of the server source. As long as you wait for the server to be online again, you can check out the change log or IRC for Git reports, which may indicate if the problem has been fixed. If the problem is resolved, the realm will restart soon. As mentioned, the problems are not always obvious nor their solution. Larger content changes can cause more frequent server crashes due to the new features that have been added. After client switch (expansion changes), crashes are unfortunately a common phenomenon. There are a lot of things that change (sometimes tens of thousands of lines of code), and of course these changes can cause random crashes, if we missed some things. The PTR's purpose is to detect these defects before they come to live realms, but there aren't always sufficient number of players on the test server, or they just don't do those thing that they would normally do on the live realms, which could cause the problem later. This is unfortunately an unavoidable problem again. As you might have noticed, this state gradually changes, over time the number of unexpected downtime decreases and the usual order is restored. After patch changes, the first goal is always stability. If the server is more stable then the secondary problems get priority. Talents, spells, dungeons, raids, etc. Of course, we do not know about all the issues, so please help us. If you notice any problem or error, we ask you to report it on our bug tracker, select the categories correctly, to help us speed up the bug fixing process. It is advisable to look for a report that is similar to what you are going to report before opening a new one. In such cases, it is advisable to indicate your experiences with the issue in question. How do you know that the login server has crashed? You sign up with your account, "Success" indicates that you've successfully logged in, then you click the "Cancel" button below it and all the realms should appear. Select another realm, and if the character selection becomes available on the screen, you can be sure that the Login Server is up and running. If not, you have to wait for the problem to be solved. This can not last for more than 5-10 minutes, though there have been times that we exceeded this time frame. With this knowledge, you can come to our IRC to have a cultured conversation with other players, or you can help our work, by reporting issues on aour bug tracker. Thank you for your time!