[bf1942] 50 player BFV Servers

jon at ecgnetwork.com jon at ecgnetwork.com
Wed May 26 21:47:48 EDT 2004


Its a Single P4 2.8E ( 1mb L2 cache ) with 1GB DDR400 running an 80GB SATA

HT is disabled so what it says in taskman and Zabbix is true ( its the
only server runnign on the machine, all to itself ).

Zabbix was pretty easy to setup and the developer is responsive to
additions and bugs.  He wont give out the source code or let other people
fix problems on their own though, but I guess since its his baby thats

If you want to see ours hit me up off-list and I can get with you via IM
and show ya :)


> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <jon at ecgnetwork.com>
>> Did you read my email?
> hehe but you didnt read mine is it a dual or a single processor?
> If its a dual 50% = 100% of a single CPU
> If its a dual with HT 25% = 100% of a single "virtual" CPU
> Im not trying to teach people how to suck eggs, I only ask
> as the amount of times I've gone through a discussion about
> CPU%'s under windows only to find out later people
> are actually quoting % direct from task manager and they
> arent taking into account the number of CPU's is untrue.
> Im not saying this is the case here just asking to make
> sure thats all :)
>> We have hyper-threading DISABLED.  40% is 40%.
> As I said above only if its not a dual which you havent said
> either way :P
>> So your telling me that you can run a 50 player BFV server
>> with NO lag at all?
> Can't say I've tried but if your willing to give it a try I have
> a opteron on test here I can start one up on. It would just
> need players :D Its actually already running a test BFV server:
> bfv://
> N.B. We are in the UK so if ur states side it might not be
> a fair test.
>> Oh and we just use Zabbix for uptime and resource monitoring.
>> I said nothing about our rentals :P
>  :) Looks like it does that quite sweetly what's your real life
> verdict of it, easy to install and configure as they say?
>     Steve / K
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