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Troubleshooting Network Thread Hitch Warning in FiveM Servers

Troubleshooting and Fixing Timeout Problems Caused by Network Thread Hitch Warnings

Finding the Problem

Usually, these warnings happen because of badly written scripts that use TriggerClientEvent too much and send too much data. Here's how to figure out which scripts are causing the trouble:

- Use neteventlog in the client console to see which events are causing problems.
- Look for events like TriggerClientEvent('somerandomevent', -1, data) and see how much data is being sent. Too much data can cause timeouts and other problems.

Fixing the Problem

Once you know which scripts are causing the issue, you can:

- Turn off or delete the scripts causing the problem.
- Change the scripts so they send less data through TriggerClientEvent.

Sometimes, you might need help from the script's creator or ask for advice on the FiveM forums to solve the issue.

In Conclusion

It can be tricky to deal with network thread hitch warnings, but by following these steps, you can find and fix the problem. Don't forget to ask for help on the FiveM forums if you need it.

Need Help?

Should you require further assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to our support team at: FREAKHOSTING Support.

Updated on: 22/05/2024

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