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Oct 10, 2011Legendlink posted a message on «AllGamer, LLC | The Oldest Minecraft Server Provider | Fully Managed | Instant Setup | Best Support | Fastest Service | 25% OFI'd like to add that these guys are great! I ordered a Minecraft server yesterday (Sunday) and they had it set up same day. I also submitted a ticket late last night asking about a RAMDisk and it was answered sometime during the night. These guys are very prompt and professional with customer support. I'd recommend them to anyone looking to get a Minecraft server.Posted in: Minecraft Server Hosting
Apr 5, 2011My guess would have to be drive speed, or you aren't too close to the datacenter where your server is. Plus running cPanel and all it's processes might slow things down, but you do have a Quad Core.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
I hosted a server on a dedicated server just like that from a Burst Net reseller and it was laggy with even just 5 people on.
Lots of plugins might cause lag too, I've never really experimented with lots of them.
Jan 17, 2011As for the reset chunks, it seems to be caused by the latest version of Bukkit (From when I installed it this afternoon). It happened on my server and I didn't have a good back-up to go back to.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Edit: Unless you have a back-up, I think you're screwed. I personally deleted Bukkit and using a vanilla server.
Dec 18, 2010Legendlink posted a message on Making your server lag less (by tuning Java settings)Posted in: Alpha - Survival Multiplayer DiscussionQuote from EvilSeph »Quote from GuardMoony »@EvilSeph LOLS every heard of google. And do you even bother to read...
And yes GSP do keep some stuff private. I do help one. But this stuff is available over the webs.
Your absolutely correct that java does stuff auto. But things i suggest it doesn't get selected automatic.
*sigh*, just because you can read doesn't make what you're recommending correct. Sure you can pretend to know how to optimize a Java and server environment, but if you don't understand what you're doing, you're doing more damage than good. Reading and comprehending != the same thing. And even comprehending doesn't help you that much, in this case. What you need is experience and an understanding of how Minecraft <-> JVM <-> System environment relate to each other.
You can laugh all you want, but I don't like it when people give out, potentially, dangerous advice. All I can say is, make the modifications GuardMoony suggests at your own discretion as they may result in server instability, world corruption etc.
The only problem with this is I don't see one post where someone says they noticed a decrease in performance, instability, or corruption. Not to mention you haven't provided any alternative advice.
Dec 15, 2010In Windows XPPosted in: Alpha - Survival Multiplayer Discussion
Click Start, click Control Panel, click Performance and Maintenance, and then click Power Options. Set to whatever suits your needs.
In Windows 7
Click Start, click Control Panel, click System and Security, and then click Power Options. Click the Show additional plans, and select High Performance.
Should be the same for Windows Vista.
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