Hi Sheson, this isn't a DynDOLOD specific question so please excuse the intrusion here, but I figured you were probably the best person to ask.
What exactly happens when you enter the Tamriel worldspace cells which contain one of the cities with it's own seperate worldspace? I ask because I am crashing in Tamriel as soon as I try to cross into any of the cells in which Windhelm sits. Doesn't matter which cell I approach from, with tb consoled to show the cell boundaries as soon as I get to any of the cells containing part of the city I crash. Everywhere else the game plays perfectly, including the other big cities, so I am pretty sure it's not memory related. If I coc into Windhelm itself it also crashes, so I am assuming it's something in the WindhelmWorld worldspace that's causing it. I was just wanting to understand what the 'loading in' process is as you enter those exterior cells to try and give me some idea of what I should be looking for (or at least what I can discount from my search in terms of NPCs etc within Windhelm, etc).
It loads the tempoary cells that are defined in the Tamriel worldspace. AFAIK the temporary cells defined to the child worldspace with the same coordinates do not matter at this point. The temporary cells of the child worldspace are only loaded when entering the child worldspace, superseding the temporary cells of the Tamriel parent worldspace.
The persistent cells of all child worldspaces are always loaded together with the persistent cell of the parent worldspace. They seem to act like one and the same.
Crash fixes is not reporting a problem with a nif? Then maybe a deleted record or a navemesh problem. If the crash is that reproducible, you should be able to determine the coordinates of a handful of cells that attach when the CTD occurs. Find them in xEdit with CTRL+SHIFT+F cell finder, then have a look at plugins that change them. Remove those one by one. Once you found a plugin, you could have a look at the references and other records in those cells, or the overwrite cell record themselves. You get the idea.
Only if all that fails to find something would I consider looking at the cells in the childworldspace, however unlikely it seems. I would still check, because more often than not, these things are not always what one believes them to be...
Edited by sheson, 10 August 2017 - 11:08 AM.