That’s fine. Does this happen in a new project for you as well, or only in your current project? I’m seeing a lot of warnings for too many RPC calls, so some things may be getting lost.
It’s difficult to see what with these logs, however. If you wouldn’t mind, it would be useful to have you move these logs out of the project folder, then run the game again, reproduce the lag on the Client, then get those resulting logs and attach them here instead. That will help me us focus on the moment of the problem and see what’s causing it. Thanks!
Thanks for answering. I’ve run the LAN game with Hamachi in order to determine the ping. The lags occured exactly when the ping increased from 3ms to about 800 ms. I think that this is linked with the LAN instability. Could it be right?
It seems likely you’ll need to cut down on the amount of RPC calls being made. A useful tool for detecting which actors are causing large spikes on the network is the Network Profiler. You can read more about how to use that here:
It would be more helpful for me to see the logs from both Server and Client machines after a new run which displays the lag. I would suggest clearing the \Logs folder from the packaged game on both systems, then run the game (with the network profiler enabled on the client) until you see the lag occur, then stop and get me those logs (from both machines) and the .nprof file from the client.
I haven’t heard back from you in a while, so I’m resolving this post for tracking purposes. If you’re still getting some lag and would like some help figuring out where it’s coming from, please feel free to respond with the information requested above. Thanks!