>> It looks like you're using LPeg. The default configuration wastesLuaRocks does not require lpeg.
>> an awful amount of stack space. Matching some patterns with
>> captures can consume up to 40K of stack space.
>> You seem to be nesting calls to LPeg from capture callbacks. This
>> quickly exceeds the default stack space of 60K for Coco coroutines (*).
>> (*) Lua itself has a rather small stack usage, so 60K is usually
>> more than sufficient.
>> Four solutions:
>> - Either reduce MAXBACK and IMAXCAPTURES in the LPeg sources to
>> some reasonable number,
>> - or increase the default stack size (pass it to lua_newcthread or
>> use luaCOCO_cstacksize),
>> - or don't nest calls to LPeg that deeply,
>> - or don't use LPeg from coroutines.
> Thanks for the hint, seem I was using luarocks, which i can't suggest anyone
> but i started with it and that's it. luarocks somehow requires lpeg it
Which one did you turn off, luarocks or lpeg?
> Now I turned it off i don't get that error anymore.
If not luarocks then it must be cosmo. I wonder if someone knows a different template engine which is pure lua.