Ns On Win

EmanonEmanon Members, Constellation Join Date: 2003-05-13 Member: 16254Posts: 692
Ok, I am apart of a community that has a bit of a problem.

We have a heffty rig.

It goes at follows.

2.6ghz pent
1gig ram(2800 I believe)
too big of a pipe line
Windows server 2000
amx 0.9.3
stuck 1.0
metamod 2.5.6
hlds 3.1.1.0

The problem is we are running an 18 person server and the pings go to the 200s when we get 16-18 players.

Are there any server optimizations. Something were missing?

Your help will be greatly appreciated.!

Comments

  • SiliconSilicon Members Join Date: 2003-02-18 Member: 13683Posts: 430
    edited September 2003
    you should monitor what is actually causing the problem, look at cpu usage (other processes could be hogging cpu down, you could try setting the HLDS process to a higher priority), memory usage (doubt it) and the location of your server compared to where your community of gamers is located and if your 'pipe' is really THAT big.
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  • EmanonEmanon Members, Constellation Join Date: 2003-05-13 Member: 16254Posts: 692
    thanks and the pipe is duel T1s
  • TUNA_AnomayTUNA_Anomay Members Join Date: 2003-09-19 Member: 21005Posts: 59
    Is this a self-managed server or one rented from a hosting company?

    Even if you have dual T1 lines running to the server NICs, that means nothing if the peering relationship among the backbones is poor or misconfigured. Really, you need to get a solid grasp of your network topology and get some of your players to run traceroutes to the server so you can see potential bottlenecks.
  • EmanonEmanon Members, Constellation Join Date: 2003-05-13 Member: 16254Posts: 692
    edited September 2003
    I have been assured that it isnt a connection issue.
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