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18.07.16 05:29:58 pm
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RedizGaming
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hello guys! , Well I Decided to host my own minecraft server, but i don't know what i need to make it.

i have :
- hp proliant dl380 g3
- OS windows server 2008 ( i will can change the OS)
- 16gb ram
- 150gb ssd
- Connection :
* ping : 25 / 100 MAX
* download speed : 35.4 Mbps
* upload speed : 7.1 Mbps
- Intel Xeon E5 ( 2 processors )
- 8 coolers.


sorry , i have a bad english
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18.07.16 06:01:03 pm
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Yates
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You can host a MC server on that, but note that it may be very slow or have a poor connection.

Each player on a MC server uses at least 200mb of RAM (MC sucks that way). So your server may not even be able to cope a lot of players, including the fact that Windows already takes up an insane amount of RAM.

Simply put, if you want a server which can handle a lot of players and will run decently, your server is not up for it. Yet if you're simply playing with a couple of friends without a lot of mods then you will be fine.
18.07.16 06:05:46 pm
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RedizGaming
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i want to play with my friends .
but , how i can open ports and who ip i need to seend to they?
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18.07.16 06:08:27 pm
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Mami Tomoe
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If you have legit Minecraft then use online mode, if you use cracked then use offline mode + Hamachi.

The IP they need is your IPv4 you can easily get it from cmd or from http://www.unrealsoftware.de/usgn.php?s=ip

Give them the IP and if they are smart enough they will be able to connect, otherwise you need to port forward.
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18.07.16 06:42:46 pm
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DannyDeth
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user Yates has written:
Each player on a MC server uses at least 200mb of RAM


This is definitely not the case in my experience. I've hosted a 5-10 player Minecraft server with 768MB of RAM allocated to it and had no problems. That being said, it was vanilla Minecraft with very little redstone.
18.07.16 06:52:24 pm
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Yates
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Over 200+ mods and around the same amount of players. That's the result I got

Mind you this was years back. Maybe MC finally decided to give more information on server hosting (back then there was none).

• Edit: By the way - 200+ mods on a Minecraft server is actually not a lot. Once you install one mod you are dependent on 10 others, so this goes fairly quickly.
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18.07.16 07:16:17 pm
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RedizGaming
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so , im tryin to use multicraft .

anyone know how to use that ?
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18.07.16 08:11:44 pm
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VADemon
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There're thousands of tutorials out there on how to setup a Minecraft server. You don't need a server management system like Multicraft.
And it will not be slow whatsoever. 7 Mbps uplink is also enough for a 5-8 players.
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