Ah, damn, sorry I am talking about 0.61. These version numbers are killing me. So rolling from 0.611 to 0.61. I renamed the thread, sorry for confusion! Quote starking018
Going back to 0.6 would mean you'd have to re-test all maps which we didn't have back then, including Fall_of_Berlin-1945 and all the latest maps in our map pack, and replacing any objects which didn't exist in 0.6.
Did we have any issues with it in 0.61? Quote starking018
The issue with lexiconall.dat existed in all old versions. In some it was worse - actually causing crashes on maps (it turned out it didn't cause crashes in 0.611, as far as I could test).
I suggest of having approx. 20 people at server and running the following maps:
- Midway42 - No ssm
- Westminster42 - No ssm
- Appeninnes43 - ssm from E3 (freshly done)
- Tarawa44 - No ssm
- Berlin-45 - No ssm
- Pakfront: Has 2 SSMs applied: 001.rfa from 19/11/2017 and 002.rfa from 13/05/2018. Shall I remove them?
Alternatively, I am keen to removing all SSMs except those lately made as attempt to improve balance, what do you think about this suggestion?
Next thing, the main server currently runs on Intel Core i7-3770, 3.40GHz, with 16GB RAM, 64b WinServer2012R2.
The currently significant processes running are:
- BF1918 server
- FHSW main server
- FHSW test server
- TS3 server
- Virtualized server on VirtualBox for FHSW Stats page (reserved 1 CPU core, 1GB of RAM, 300 GB HDD)
Performance wise, the VirtualBox uses 10-13% of the CPU, while each instance of BF1942 dedicated server uses 0.4-1% of CPU. However the test server was using 1.6% of CPU when it was running Midway-42, which I find interesting. Too many objects on the Midway42 map, maybe? Check these:
So from my understanding we should try modifying VM's params? Currently it seems to use 12% of the 1 core, if I understand resource monitor output correctly.