When the server starts, it uses maybe 200 MB of ram, but if somebody joins for an hour or so and logs off, the server RAM is maxed and will not decrease. It is stuck at 2.5GB usage until I restart it. Shouldn't the amount of RAM usage lower when someone logs off? How can I fix this?
I'm running a vanilla server from ubuntu 12.10
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Feb 16, 2013I host a server in my house and it runs fine, except from 4-5.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Sometimes it starts at 4:00, sometimes at 4:20, 4:30, 4:40, but it usually lasts between 10 minutes and 30 minutes.
I don't know what information would be helpful in diagnosing this, so if you need any information just ask for it and I'll post it.
Running Ubuntu 12.10
Jan 31, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from aceattwister
he doesn't have a hard drive, he assembled alot of old pieces into one cheap server.
also i assume hes running Linux for the freeness.
Yeah, I'm running linux. Thanks for the advice guys, I just bought an old 40GB HDD and I'll see if that helps it!
Jan 29, 2013I'm almost positive it's just under 1 Mb/s, probably like .75. I know that's pretty bad, but is adequate for a server do you think?No more than 5 people are on at a time, and that's rare.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Jan 29, 2013I wanted to make the cheapest computer possible, so I put together some old parts to make a server and ended up spending about $40 on it. I know the processor/motherboard can run a minecraft server perfectly fine, but the server i'm currently running tends to lag (~300-400ms ping) every two or three minutes.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
My main (and only) storage device in that computer is a 16GB USB stick, would that bottleneck it? Should I invest in a $20 HDD?
Sep 23, 2012Benry12 posted a message on Going from Bukkit > Vanilla without changing the NetherAccidentally, when I started my server, I was using bukkit. I want to switch to vanilla, but when I do it resets the nether and the End. I know Bukkit uses the DIM1 folder while Vanilla doesn't, is there any way I can move the contents of that folder somewhere so that we don't lose everything we've built in the Nether?Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Sep 4, 2012Benry12 posted a message on Why I hate pirated minecraft and the people who use itPosted in: DiscussionQuote from nivram
I personally dislike Minecraft pirates.
Usually your posts are good, but that added nothing to the convorsation.
Anyway, back to OP.
Quote from Frog81
1-It shows they don't want the game enough to actually buy it.
3-Mojang doesn't get any of the money.
4-If they say "Their parents won't let them get it" or something similar, then they should just not GET IT IN THE FIRST PLACE!
1. I pirated the game at first, and now I've bought the game and recruited many friends to buy the game.
2. So are lots of things.
3. Refer to the answer to number 1.
4. I don't understand what you're saying.
Sep 2, 2012Benry12 posted a message on Do you prefer Computer Games, Console Games or Browser Games?I like computer games, browser games are fun. Console games are not my thing, but I'm just one person with one opinion.Posted in: General Gaming
I'd go with either a computer game or a browser game.
Sep 2, 2012Posted in: Recent Updates and SnapshotsQuote from danthonywalker
I can tell you're new to Minecraft since you have never heard of when fire used to be where it never stops spreading. This option will be available to Hard difficulty.
And no it's not overpowered, it's actually very entertaining back when a whole forest was burned down because of a lava lake.
I'm not all that new, been playing for a year or two. The only thing is I got stuck in the "newb" stage for about 9 months and I didn't do anything but run around and build dirt huts.
Thank you for the explanation though
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