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Jan 24, 2014Overall, design will be a retro/modern seaside town design. Things that need building arePosted in: Server Recruitment
- Spawn Boat and Docks (Small Pirate/Sailboat)
- Spawn/Immigration Room With Space for Rules signs
- Large Casino
- Farm + Greenhouse.
- Hawaiin Style Tiki Bazaar with space for around 15 - 20 Player Shops
- Donators Club
- Server Shop
- A few apartment style buildings to finish it up.
Map has been generated and I gave a shot trying to build things, but I'm awful at it. Area is very hilly, and would like to to stay that way. Not looking for a flat spawn map.
PM me with your building rates and portfolio. I'm looking for a professional job. Timeline is 1 week.
Jul 23, 2013Age: 25Posted in: PC Servers
I don't do any Youtube videos at the moment. My upload speed is far to slow to upload HD videos. I'm working on fixing this, but I currently have the fastest connection I can get from any ISP in my area.
Here is a link to one of my bigger builds: http://forum.feed-the-beast.com/threads/lets-see-some-bases-give-us-a-tour.5793/page-16#post-142064
I like to build functional and aesthetically pleasing builds. I take my time, take it easy, and I'm not focused on pushing out 20 new things a week. I've been looking for a nicer, more mature crowd to play with on a vanilla server without having to worry about 12 year olds and griefers. Minecraft is just about the only game I can stand to play at the moment - most everything else to be released recently has been crap.
I feel I'd be a good addition to the server as I can help out with projects, do things others might not be willing to do, and make something truly good looking. I'm (relatively ;)) mature, not a squeeker, I don't want to mess up anyone elses project as much as I don't want others to mess up mine, and have plenty of free time to jump on and play.
Jul 21, 2013Posted in: Hosting Requests
Looks like its less on your site (125, $112.5 with a coupon). Live support is offline but shoot me an IP or test server I can connect to when you can.
Edit: Nevermind. Looks like you are reselling OVH datacenter servers. Nothing wrong with that, but I already have servers at OVH for my ad servers. My ping to it is too slow for me to connect to with SE Asia and Australian players in mind. But for others looking for a managed host, OVH servers are a great deal and wither looks like its doing good managing them. OVH is unmanaged completely so their support is rather useless when something non-hardware related goes wrong.
Jul 21, 2013It's unfortunate one of the best RPGs of our time was released on the Wii. It's got a very small player base for RPG players. I love the game and am looking forward to seeing your idea play out!Posted in: WIP Mods
Jul 19, 2013I'm in Asia. I'm looking for the lowest latency I can get for a dedicated server.Posted in: Hosting Requests
Something like an E3 - 1245v2 or e5-1620 and some RAID SSDs.
Drop some IPs to ping here or in my message box.
Copy pasta will probably go ignored. Ridiculous prices will get you a slap. Alternatively if you own a data center, I might be willing to rent to buy or buy and colo my server with you.
Jul 19, 2013GamingNerddotCom posted a message on Need help making a pixelmon server through a hosted server.Pixelmon hasn't been updated to 1.6.2 yet. You'll need 1.5.2Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Jul 18, 2013Facebook, Display, Search, Mobile, Pop Ups, Email... a lot of everything. Working with individuals and small businesses to generate leads for their services, sites, products, etc.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Thanks for the advice so far. It's been good. SAS drives are probably a bit out of my budget (let alone hard to get my hands on in Thailand), so 4 x 60 or 4 x 120GB SSDs may work better for me despite a higher fault rate.
As for SAS drives, are there any LGA2011 motherboards that really support them. I heard intel ripped them out except for one Asrock $600 behemoth of a mobo. Would any old SAS raid controller work in a desktop consumer motherboard, or would it have to be a server motherboard?
Raid10 on a motherboard without the controller sounds doable and relatively safe from what I've read.
Jul 18, 2013Alright Thanks Eoin.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
I've found a colocation spot that can host tower PCs for $100 a month which will crush anything softlayer can offer me if I can build my own PC. Rebates and returns for faulty hardware is pretty good in Thailand so consumer grade parts might do the trick and be 4x cheaper. I have backup software of my own so any faults can be fixed in 24 hours.
Any opinions on that? Ideally I'd like to get around 100 people onto 1 vanilla/pvp server.
Here is what I can do:
i7-3820 LGA 2011
LGA 2011 Motherboard that supports 64GB RAM. An ASUS Pro or Sabertooth looks like it'll do the job.
64GB of RAM at 1600Mhz
A cheap PCI-E graphics card as LGA 2011 doesn't have integrated graphics
A 1-2TB HD for backups with the bulk of the server on a RAM Disk (10 - 20GB should be enough from what I read).
Any old Gigabyte NIC card should do, too, if the integrated NIC isn't good enough.
Any old tower case and the stock cooler will probably do.
This should all run me less than $1500.
Would you go with the RAM disk or 2-4 SSDs in a RAID setup?
Jul 18, 2013GamingNerddotCom posted a message on Toro League - Pokémon Minecraft [Serious RP][1.6.4][Custom Texture Pack][Teamspeak]I've just applied on your forums. This server looks wonderful! Can't wait to hop on tomorrow (that is if I am accepted - crosses fingers*)Posted in: PC Servers
Jul 18, 2013I'm looking at starting one of the first international Minecraft hosts in SE. Asia servicing countries like Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, etc.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
I'm getting quotes from Softlayer for a pretty beefy server in Singapore. Ideally, I'd rather build my own servers but until I can find a nice colo spot that doesn't have rediculous prices and slow connections, I can't.
e5-2670 3.3 Ghz Turbo 8/16 Cores/Threads
120x2 GB SSD RAID-1
1TB Backup drive
Now, the big question is how many seperate instances of Minecraft will this be able to run. I will most likely be using this to run my own servers to start off, so several different instances. A couple vanilla instances, a Pixelmon mod instance, a PVP server, a creative server and a FTB Ultimate server. Would this server have trouble running all of that. Each instance would be priortized per core. A couple extra cores would probably be open to process the front end sites.
Will space be an issue? Will running all servers on just one raid disk cause a large performance drop. What other RAID setups should I look at?
How many people total could I have on all these? Let's look at it as Vanilla with some basic anti-grief plugins, then at FTB Ultimate which I imagine would be the biggest drain.
If I rented out shared minecraft hosting accounts, how many different instances could I have with 1GB each.
Finally, I'd love to have a server admin on my team. Currently I run an online marketing business, but no one on my staff is a gamer or knows about running servers. I know enough to make my own and manage it, but to have someone who is more technically knowledgable would be great. A 50/50 profit split, I pay for the server out of my own pocket and for any other fees until it can get up and running. I've got a team of designers and can setup the websites on my own. I've got people to handle basic support emails.
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