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You Guys Crashed our Ultimate Minecraft Server!!

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Linus and Jake finish building and then test out the Ultimate LTT Minecraft Server.

 

 

 

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At 9:17 where you say "There are linux libraries but it's not worth the trouble." Did you guys know that exists linuxgsm that handles everything and one of it's servers are minecraft https://linuxgsm.com/lgsm/mcserver/

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Really looking forward to when this is finished and working!


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14 minutes ago, Results45 said:

Isn't it launch day?

Pre-Dec 25. Not Dec 1st.
 

1 hour ago, jakkuh_t said:

You Guys Crashed our Ultimate Minecraft Server!!

You're damn right we did


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Yeet I was hoping someone out there could do it


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Ok tell you what: I'll quit any video with video focus issues alright?

So much money in cameras and gear and still can't manage to keep it in focus? I'm out…

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The picture quality on the videos have been some what strange the past few videos.  Now and then the picture become "gritty/grainy".   First I thought it was YopuTube acting up but even if I preload the whole video @4k the problem is till there.

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ohh boy how many people can get on a server


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2 hours ago, LetsplesureONE said:

@Fr33styler You can find it on the discord server (but it is mc.lmg.gg )

is that really a discord server? i can't join as browser link neither as discord handle

EDIT: nvm, just a weird mc server ip

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The people asking what server management software they're using for the Minecraft instances.

From the look of the panel they're using in the video, it's a panel called Multicraft, a still very powerful panel for Minecraft only servers and capable of handling multiple server instances quite efficiently under linux when configured right. I know the look of its default theme because its the exact same one that i use lol.

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You could handle more players with proper load balancing like RedisBungee (https://github.com/minecrafter/RedisBungee) to support multiple Waterfall/BungeeCord instances.

 

Also for the server software, you could use Paper (https://papermc.io) instead of Spigot. It is a forked Spigot like Waterfall is forked from BungeeCord.

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3 hours ago, Masa said:

You could handle more players with proper load balancing like RedisBungee (https://github.com/minecrafter/RedisBungee) to support multiple Waterfall/BungeeCord instances.

 

Also for the server software, you could use Paper (https://papermc.io) instead of Spigot. It is a forked Spigot like Waterfall is forked from BungeeCord.

 

But how do you load balance using multiple instances of Paper though? AFAIK RedisBungee is simply a way for synchronizing user data across multiple BungeeCord proxy instances.

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I'd guess they must be using some sort of way to partition the world dynamically with each server handling different chunks of the world.

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Well... without any warning while on my first attempt to connect to the LMG Minecraft server I get a 24 hour ban from the server because of my PIA VPN was still turned on!!!!!!!!!!!   😒🤬

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