Toga Town is currently a friendly vanilla server (until bukkit will cooperate) with many shops and tourist attractions including: Nyan Cat Gorge, Codyville Amusement Park, (*ahem... a strip club*), and many more! COME VISIT US TODAY!
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Jan 29, 2012Toga Town is currently a friendly vanilla server (until bukkit will cooperate) with many shops and tourist attractions including: Nyan Cat Gorge, Codyville Amusement Park, (*ahem... a strip club*), and many more! COME VISIT US TODAY!Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
Dec 29, 2011Server IP: 18.104.22.168Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
Come to beautiful Toga Town! A fun town for everyone to enjoy. Toga Town has many attractions including shops, public mines, beautiful pixel art, Nyan Cat Gorge, and the hilariously popular strip club. If you like to have fun come and join our town!
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May 18, 2011If anyone could direct me to a page with some (easy to read) info on what you need to run your own server I't would be great.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
I'm already running a small server for me and a couple of friends, but I'm running it in win7 and using the computer for other things as well (like the actual playing of Minecraft :tongue.gif:).
What I would like to know is:
1. How much memory do I actually need to run a server for 10 people? For 20 people?
2. How much bandwidth do I need for 10/20 people? I have 100/10 Mbit fiber atm, is that enough?
3. How much cpu-power do I need?
4. The above questions, how much does the answer to them change if I use linux and only use the computer for the server?
5. Any special linux distributions prefered for a minecraft server?
I've searched alot for help with this but I can't find more than "theoretically" answers that doesn't say much. Most tips about starting your own server refers to using a payed-for-hosting. I don't want that.
I have an old PC lying around. It has a pentium processor of 2.4 and 2 gig mem. Is that enough to use as a dedicated server for minecraft? And if so, what is the cap on users to be online and still run smoothly?
I don't even know if this is the right place to ask this, but I just get confused by all threads regarding Minecraft since there's so many and most are really messy. Finding useful information that applies to what I need to know feels like decrypting messages for the CIA :tongue.gif:
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