Hello Karl
What OpenSim version?
Im using scripts with llRegionSay without problems in version 0.8.2.0
Dev from a week ago.
I will do test in your version.
Kind regards,
Luisillo

2015-06-01 17:35 GMT+02:00 Karl Dreyer <paoli...@islandoasis.biz>:
> Hello everyone... I have a member that is experiencing a strange issue. He
> has server and client modules (in world prims using llRegionSay &
> llRegionSayTo to communicate commands to "client" prims).  When the
> simulator is restarted, all works properly as expected BUT then, after what
> seems to be a random length of time it seems that communcations on the sim
> cease to function.  i.e. It's almost as if the llRegionSay & llRegionSayTo
> cease to work properly.  the client prims aren't receiving the messages from
> the servers.  What makes this even more strange is that it doesn't happen
> with all of them and the prims being effected is random.. in other words, an
> hour after the sim is restarted (for example) a subset of the servers are
> failing to properly send messages but the subset of scripts effected seems
> to be different each time.
>
> I have had my resident go through and confirm that channel settings are set
> correctly and that there is no channel confusion or conflicts ...  the
> scripts themselves seem to be OK.  I also had him test this system on a
> blank sim or a sim with considerably less scripts and the system works
> flawlessly.
>
> My first thought was that there was an issue with the listeners in the
> receiving prims and we're hitting some sort of  imposed limit to the number
> of listeners or listener events allowed on a region.  I found in the
> OpenSimDefaults.ini file that there is in fact a max_listens_per_region
> setting and a max_listens_per_script setting.  My first inclination was that
> he was hitting one of these limits so, I modified these settings to 0 so
> that the system would not impose any limits and unfortunately, this did not
> fix the issue.
>
> Is there somewhere else in the ini files or hardcoded in the simulator code
> itself where a limitation is being set?  If not, what else could be causing
> this behavior?
>
> Below is a dump of some of the relevant statistics for the region in
> question.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
>
>
>
> CONNECTION STATISTICS
> Client logouts due to no data receive timeout: 0
>
>
> SAMPLE FRAME STATISTICS
> Dilatn  SimFPS  PhyFPS  AgntUp  RootAg  ChldAg  Prims   AtvPrm  AtvScr
> ScrLPS
>   1.00      54    53.8     0.0       0       0    6623       0    1760
> 5
>
> PktsIn  PktOut  PendDl  PendUl  UnackB  TotlFt  NetFt   PhysFt  OthrFt
> AgntFt
> ImgsFt
>     15      24       0       0       0    19.1     0.0     0.0     0.0
> 0.0
>    0.0
>
>
> MEMORY STATISTICS
> Heap allocated to OpenSim   : 645 MB
> Last heap allocation rate   : 0.323 MB/s
> Average heap allocation rate: 0.202 MB/s
> Process memory              : 1270 MB
>
> Status of XEngine instance
> Scripts loaded             : 1760
> Scripts waiting for load   : 0
> Max threads                : 100
> Min threads                : 2
> Allocated threads          : 12
> In use threads             : 2
> Work items waiting         : 0
> Events queued              : 0
> Events processed           : 214185
> Sensors                    : 8
> Dataserver requests        : 0
> Timers                     : 46
> Listeners                  : 61
>
>
>
>
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