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Does clustering help in minecraft servers

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Posted · Original PosterOP

In the linus tech tips minecraft servers video linus clusters 2 pcs does doing this help a minecraft server.

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Minecraft servers basically only use one core so there isn't really a point.


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Just now, kelvinhall05 said:

Minecraft servers basically only use one core so there isn't really a point.

 

Agreed, they care more about CPU speed than amount of cores... if you're only planning a few people in the server then no need for a cluster

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11 hours ago, JTPOTATO said:

Agreed, they care more about CPU speed than amount of cores... if you're only planning a few people in the server then no need for a cluster

But Ram is essential for mc servers and clustering is good if you want ram for more players

also can you recommend a clustering software for mc servers

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