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Mordekay
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Old 04-21-2020 , 16:35   Re: cs 1.6 server requirements
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You can directly install steam and/or steamcmd. Google it, there are plenty of guides how to do it.
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Old 04-22-2020 , 04:53   Re: cs 1.6 server requirements
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You can use LinuxGSM thats good
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Old 05-08-2020 , 09:49   Re: cs 1.6 server requirements
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Originally Posted by supmyhava View Post
hi guys i want to buy this vps
CPU 2 vCPU
RAM 4 GB
Disk 100 GB100 GB
Network connection speed

200Mbit/s
Included traffic 6000GB

and i want to know hot much servers i will be able to run on it
and what i the best operating system for cs 1.6 servers
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There is no "the best operating system" but for cs linux is a solid choice.
I would recommend Debian or Ubuntu.
Can you provide more details about the cpu and what kind of server do you want to host?
He already stated 2 cores on a single core game from decades ago, where 1/4 of a core is fine. Nice to 19 if you are trying to pack umpteen servers on those 2 cores (not recommended).

Debian. Ubuntu does have some privacy concerns like Windows.
apt install steamcmd to get HLDS.

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Pleas stop giving suggestions like this.
A VPS is ALLWAYS a shared environment with others. If these are used to the limits by the other customers on the same machine your servers will be unstable and laggy.
That is no joke and a good way to get kicked off!

I made a hibernation feature for HLDS, showed it to my provider and they gave me the best they had.

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Last edited by DJEarthQuake; 05-12-2020 at 17:01. Reason: (re)Nice is -20 to 19. I put 20 by mistake. ionice =)
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Old 05-08-2020 , 12:13   Re: cs 1.6 server requirements
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He already stated 2 cores on a single core game from decades ago, where 1/4 of a core is fine. Nice to 20 if you are trying to pack umpteen servers on those 2 cores (not recommended).

Debian. Ubuntu does have some privacy concerns like Windows.
apt install steamcmd to get HLDS.


That is no joke and a good way to get kicked off!

I made a hibernation feature for HLDS, showed it to my provider and they gave me the best they had.

thanks for your comment my friend!
How many servers exactly did you say I can run on this vps?
10/20?
i have 7 servers running right now and they just perfect!! I'm lucky I didn't listen to people who told me 2 servers
today i did tournaments in 4 of my servers they was full 40/40 players and the servers was perfect!!
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Old 05-12-2020 , 17:00   Re: cs 1.6 server requirements
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Typically 2 per core.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nice_(Unix)

The exact mathematical effect of setting a particular niceness value for a process depends on the details of how the scheduler is designed on that implementation of Unix. A particular operating system's scheduler will also have various heuristics built into it (e.g. to favor processes that are mostly I/O-bound over processes that are CPU-bound). As a simple example, when two otherwise identical CPU-bound processes are running simultaneously on a single-CPU Linux system, each one's share of the CPU time will be proportional to 20 − p, where p is the process' priority. Thus a process, run with nice +15, will receive 25% of the CPU time allocated to a normal-priority process: (20 − 15)/(20 − 0) = 0.25.[2] On the BSD 4.x scheduler, on the other hand, the ratio in the same example is about ten to one.[citation needed]
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