There are two kinds of log files you can delete. The first is the normal log file
It starts out new each time you launch the client and grows as things are logged.
If you run the program long enough, however, that this primary log exceeds 1GB in length, it is closed and renamed, and a new There.log is started. If you leave the client running for days and days, you can generate quite a few of these even under normal circumstances.
These renamed spillover logs are never deleted automatically, and you are always free to delete them at any time.
The MYSTERY is just why some people seem to generate much more log than others. Presumably there is some innocent action in the code that just logs a lot more than it needs to. Unfortunately, to determine if this is the case, we need to see the log in question (and it doesn't seem to happen for us). But since by definition such logs are a gigabyte in size, we are not prepared to receive any such file for analysis :-)
So we're waiting for some nerdy type with the proper tools to let us know what the noisy logging is, if any...
The spillover logs will have names like:
and again, delete 'em when you see 'em, and if you're a nerd who notices you can generate a gigabyte of log in less than an hour, and you have tools suitable for grepping huge files, feel free to look for suspiciously repetitive logging and let us know about it, thanks! Read More...
Is there a reason why my Mackena folder would be 182GBs of space after being in world for 2 months? Seems a bit illogical. I have 225 GBs of space on my laptop, and having to reinstall the game every month simply because my folder gets too big seems a bit ridiculous tbqh. Read More...
Sorry you're having issues, Rock. I'm thinking it's database related. I just now optimized it and it's loading great on all browsers (for me). I need to setup a cronjob to optimize the database daily I just haven't found the right tutorial yet.
You might also make sure your browsers cache is empty. RockmanD wrote:
Big problems here with pages loading on Chrome, no problems at all on IE.
The top and bottom banner loads ok but all I can see in between is the background pattern. The links are there but can't be seen, if I move my cursor around the screen slowly it will show as a hand and the link title will show in a small box.
I have to reload every page for it to show apart from the home page, that one loads fine and yes it loads a lot quicker!
I had no problems at all before the change.
For the love of God There is too thin. It needs members again. This $10 a month is going to turn away any new members. Shoot most games out now are turning to a Free-to-Play model. I say bring back Free-to-Play.
I know there are going to be people that are going to say that There has to make money or will shut down again, but there will make money!
Instead of requiring that we all have to pay $10 a month for nothing, why not create different levels of premium members. Here's the key though, you don't buy premium memberships. Premium memberships are given out based on how many TB you buy in world.
Here's what I mean.
Anyone that spends over $10 a month in There by buying TB, is granted Bronze level Premium membership. To retain that level they would have to spend at least $10 every month there after. Bronze would be the premium membership we have now. No extra's!
Silver Premium membership would go to those that buy at least $25 a month buying TB. To retain that level they would have to spend at least $25 a month there after. Silver members would get an extra 10,000T given as allowance per month as long as they maintain the Silver membership.
Gold Premium membership would go out to those who buy at least $50 in TB a month. To retain that level they would have to continue spending at least $50 a month there after. Gold memberships would get an extra 20,000T given as an allowance per month as long as the would continue to spend that amount ever month there after.
Of course showing what membership level each person is on their profile would be a must. That would only prompt other members to reach gold membership levels. Other perks for silver and gold could be used too. Read More...
Having recently returned to There, I have to agree, there aren't enough active members. I don't even have a full month back and I am already thinking about giving it up. Here's what I see.
Very few active members. Very few active activities. High cost. = ?
We now pay $10 a month just to be allowed to spend money in this virtual world. If you get a neighborhood lot, you're looking at another 40,000 T, which equals around $22 dollars. Of course I do own one, which means it will cost me $32 a month to be in a virtual world with very few members and less things to do. That means it cost me $384 dollars a year just to hang out in the world. What if I want to buy a virtual good? There's more hard earned dollars going to what?
If you're a designer and have no issue with needing TB, then the $10 a month really doesn't effect you, but if you are just a common member, it puts the squeeze on your finances. Why doesn't There give out an allowance for the $10 dollars. That would make more since. Give us 18,000T a month for the $10.
I understand the need to keep out the kids, but at least when the kids were in the world, it was active. Sure they don't won't to have to pay for helpers, but I believe a lot of us old guides would work and help just to not have to pay the $10 a month or even just work for TB which doesn't cost them a dime. Hell, at least it would give us something to do! Read More...