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On Mon, 30 Jul 2007 20:46:38 +0300
Ketmar Dark <> wrote:

> OS stack overflows or Lua stack overflows? the 2nd case signals about
> error in your code. the 1st case typically means that you have too
> much small objects for GC cycle -- try to play with GC options (or
> just run GC more frequent).

Obviously Lua stack overflows but not sure what is causing them because
they do not appear on every event, and they also appear when there
are no events that could be called.

Gergo Szakal <>