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Every time I plan a flight, and go out on it, the game will crash somewhere around halfway through the flight. I mainly use the Md-82, and can't prove this happens for every plane, but I would assume it does. I recently downloaded and installed the CYTZ pack (by Ideg I believe). This crashing was occurring before I installed this also. Here is my recent log.txt (let me know if you want me to upload all of it. Thanks!

 

ytes returned 10047
2:22:30.223 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:31.226 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:32.239 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:33.245 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:34.272 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:34.329 I/ATC: N01XP, KCEV altimeter 2 9 9 2.
2:22:35.289 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:36.292 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:36.778 E/FMOD: ..\source_code\engine\sound\soun_fmod.cpp(442): FMOD error 3 - The specified channel has been reused to play another sound.
2:22:36.778 E/FMOD: ..\source_code\engine\sound\soun_fmod.cpp(435): FMOD error 3 - The specified channel has been reused to play another sound.
2:22:37.315 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:37.348 D/ATC: p=2 (N02XP): Fly Heading: 229
2:22:38.321 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:39.333 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:40.340 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:40.340 I/WIN: Opened window Map Window
2:22:41.354 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:42.028 I/ATC: KCEV altimeter 2 9 9 2, N01XP.
2:22:42.379 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:43.400 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:44.421 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:45.435 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:46.462 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:47.478 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:48.513 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:49.538 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:50.539 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:51.543 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:51.990 I/ATC: N552AA, KMIE altimeter 2 9 9 2.
2:22:52.546 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:53.575 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:54.610 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:55.629 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:56.649 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:57.677 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:58.679 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:22:59.680 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:00.702 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:01.727 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:02.004 W/ATC: Altitude Alert: p=0 (N552AA), Needs to DESCEND to 12000.000000, Cur_Indi: 13301.391602, Cur_Pres: 13301.391602, Last: 11999.862305
2:23:02.004 D/ATC: p=0 (N552AA): Maintain 11998ft
2:23:02.004 I/ATC: N552AA, Descend and maintain 1 2 thousand.
2:23:02.746 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:03.750 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:04.776 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:05.792 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:06.811 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:07.842 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:08.852 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:09.887 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:10.887 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:11.921 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:12.925 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:13.938 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:14.939 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:15.980 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:16.987 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:18.018 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:19.026 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:20.032 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:21.048 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:22.053 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:23.088 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:24.091 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:25.097 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:26.117 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:27.128 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:28.154 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:29.163 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:30.185 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:31.277 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:32.298 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:33.314 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:34.344 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:35.365 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:36.376 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:37.400 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:38.413 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:39.441 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:40.471 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:41.474 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:42.482 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:43.506 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:44.518 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:45.474 W/ATC: Altitude Alert: p=1 (N01XP), Needs to CLIMB to 13000.000977, Cur_Indi: 12619.502930, Cur_Pres: 12619.502930, Last: 12885.362305
2:23:45.474 D/ATC: p=1 (N01XP): Maintain 12998ft
2:23:45.474 I/ATC: N01XP, Climb and maintain 1 3 thousand.
2:23:45.538 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:46.268 I/SCN: DSF load time: 81266 for file Custom Scenery/Global Airports/Earth nav data/+30-090/+39-084.dsf (0 tris)
2:23:46.447 I/SCN: DSF load time: 113430 for file Custom Scenery/Global Airports/Earth nav data/+40-090/+41-084.dsf (0 tris)
2:23:46.561 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:47.567 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:48.317 I/SCN: DSF load time: 1841395 for file Global Scenery/X-Plane 11 Global Scenery/Earth nav data/+40-090/+41-084.dsf (113344 tris)
2:23:48.577 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:49.389 I/SCN: DSF load time: 3106490 for file Global Scenery/X-Plane 11 Global Scenery/Earth nav data/+30-090/+39-084.dsf (212445 tris)
2:23:49.593 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:50.601 E/NET: Socket write of 37 bytes returned 10047
2:23:50.739 I/SCN: DSF load time: 68942 for file Custom Scenery/Global Airports/Earth nav data/+40---=={This application has crashed because of the plugin: [XPLM_PLUGIN_XPLANE]}==--

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If you are on a Windows computer, if the automatic crash reporter comes up, be sure to send it. If you are on a Mac, more information can be seen in the Apple crash report which is found in ~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/ (where ~ refers to your Home directory).

The full log & Apple crash report (if applicable) would be needed for more info.
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I am starting a new flight now, Ill let you know what it says. Do you think you should be able to solve it if I do this (solve it as in if its on my end tell me what I can do to fix it or solve it as in telling me its on their end)
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It only beought up a crash reporter
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Were you able to resolve your problem because it seems it seems a lot like mine and I think I finally found the solution to my problem but that still left XP11 with a memory management problem.

Make sure you don't have any AI Aircraft configured. In the FLight Configuration winodw, just click Ai Aircraft at the top right and remove any aircraft setup in there.

Run your flight.

After many tests on my side and monitoring the memory I found out that if you enable any AI Aircraft Xplane 11 is not able to go over 3GB of memory without crashing while if there are no AI Aircraft it goes well over 3GB and no crash.

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