So after having tinkered with things about a year ago, life has finally sorted out enough that I have spare time enough to try playing with things again. At this point, I was so many upgrades behind that I dumped my old forks, made new ones, cleared out both the aresmush and ares-webportal directories, and ran install from scratch pointing to my new forks. Everything seems to have gone fine…until the very end. For some reason, I can’t get the game to actually start up on my server, and the log file isn’t all that helpful. Everything looks fine - lots of loading modules, debug info about loading translations…and then straight to:
2019-04-04 22:25:18 INFO - Loading manage 2019-04-04 22:25:19 DEBUG - Loading translations from /home/ares/aresmush/plugins/manage/locales/locale_en.yml. 2019-04-04 22:25:19 INFO - Normal shutdown.
On the command line, I get all the usual chatter as it makes sure things are updated and installed, and then it ends with:
Built project successfully. Stored in "dist/". File sizes: - dist/assets/ares-webportal-3b2e972a4742fb7acf3090931663817f.css: 143.43 KB (23.33 KB gzipped) - dist/assets/ares-webportal-f79e45e6a9cef53f42bbdd8657c2e75d.js: 670.78 KB (74.39 KB gzipped) - dist/assets/vendor-d28e8db53c3fc0091e83a863504d9487.css: 3.69 KB (1.46 KB gzipped) - dist/assets/vendor-d6e52f32bbc2839272f981408c5f9160.js: 3.48 MB (755.36 KB gzipped) - dist/ember-fetch/fastboot-fetch-6ea396418a32de73a0276debae134aa9.js: 411 B (234 B gzipped) - dist/scripts/ace_editor-0196270d42892dcac666a8754d514828.js: 364.44 KB (101.26 KB gzipped) - dist/scripts/alertify.min-1dfc05da2f216b35ce3565ae32389731.js: 35.02 KB (9.42 KB gzipped) - dist/scripts/ansi_up-158566dc1ff8f2804de972f7e841e2f6.js: 10.76 KB (2.83 KB gzipped) - dist/scripts/aresweb_version-a3f5bb19afda6d6bb56b0a4fdafec865.js: 30 B (50 B gzipped) - dist/scripts/music_player-2464b1d0edbbfe5487df7a2912d8c14b.js: 1.44 KB (616 B gzipped) AresMUSH failed to start. Check the highest-numbered log in game/logs for more information.
With no actual errors listed in the logs, or on the command line, I’m at a total loss for troubleshooting. Anyone run into this, or have some ideas for what I should try next?