Solved Multiverse Core/Inventories *BUG*

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by chad53105, Feb 27, 2013.

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    chad53105

    So a weird thing happened the other day. I caught one of my VIP's in creative mode on my survival world. I know I didn't allow the perm node to bypass multiverse's gamemode check, nor does he have the node to do /gm in the survival world. After jailing him for a few hours, he finally gave up how he said it happened. He said he was in the creative world and logged out. During logout, his client crashed. He then came back online a few hours later with creative on in the survival world. I doubted this, until a staff member also had this happen. I properly configured the groups in MultiVerse Inventories and I know I check the gamemode bypass node twice now. They both gave me the same stories. Has anybody else had this happen to them?
    Bukkit version: 1.4.6 R3
    Multiverse Inventories: 2.5-335
     
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    Sweatyzana

    No
     
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    chad53105

    Sweatyzana
    No? As in no, this is not possible? Or, no, you have not had this happen?
     
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    Sweatyzana

    Its probably a plugin error, I doubt you can do anything about it
     
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    chad53105

    I imagine so, I just wondered if anybody else had this same problem before. I am opening a ticket for this on the multiverse core page.
     
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    chad53105

    Found the problem. Mob arena allowed users in the creative world to transfer inventories from creative to survival. The user would go to the creative world and fill his inventory. Then they would join mob arena from the creative world. Mob arena stores the user's current inventory upon joining. Thus, whatever they had is saved in the DB. Then the leave mob arena with their inventory. I solved this by removing permissions for mob arena from the creative world. Issue solved.
     
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    Sweatyzana

    Good Job :)
     
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    Spawnstah

    Thanks for sharing the solution.
     
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    chad53105

    Anytime...I only caught this when i permanently jailed the offending user and dangled a "pardon" in their face if they reported the bugs they found.
     
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    Evilshallwin

    So, when you mean a pardon, do you mean a ban? Banning them would let them leave jail :p
     
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    chad53105

    Evilshallwin
    No, i allowed them to stay. But with one final warning. ANY more infractions and its ban hammer time.
     
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