English Server LAG !!

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17.06.11 02:54:26 am
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GooDCatKill
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well guys i have 1mb of internet and my server have to much lag and i don't know why.. i close all and still laging.


PLEASE HELP ME !


(sorry for bad inglish i'm from brazil )
17.06.11 03:15:09 am
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cpt_kenpachi
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You probably have a crap internet connection.
17.06.11 03:17:48 am
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GooDCatKill
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but my internet is good
17.06.11 03:45:53 am
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Mawd
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user GooDCatKill has written:
well guys i have 1mb of internet


Duh
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17.06.11 03:59:05 am
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GooDCatKill
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u_________________U man I had already opened and had not lag.
17.06.11 05:17:31 am
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Passer
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Its Caused Your Uploading Data
when People joinning your server , if your server had some file want to transfer automaticly you uploading your files to him ,

and uploading speed is very needed
17.06.11 05:48:28 am
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KiRa_3
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close all apps. you opened, and pause all downloads
17.06.11 07:57:39 am
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DannyDeth
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1MB/s of download speed would mean approximately between 50KB/s and 128KB/s upload speed. If you want to host servers that have no lag, You need a 100 or possibly 1000MB/s connection. Then your clients will not have server-caused lag. Also, because you live in Brasil, you may want to check that your clients/friends who are joining the server are not lagging themselves, it might not be your fault.
17.06.11 08:02:05 am
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R a G e
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I have 100 mb/s connection speed.

but my upload it's around 36mb/s and the speed of downloading it's never constant..60-80-100-30 it's drops as it grows.


You should get a better internet connection , speed cable , not that type of 1mb/s.
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17.06.11 08:04:06 am
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DannyDeth
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I meant 100MB/s upload speed. Usually you can only get that kind of connection from a datacentre, but I'm sure that if you are persistent with your ISP you could get it at home.
17.06.11 08:27:07 am
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Banaan
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They're currently working on providing a glass fiber connection for every home in my town, that should be finished next year. I saw regular providers offering 100 MB/s download and upload speed. So yeah, I'm pretty sure he could get it at home. Might be expensive though. And you'd still need enough RAM and, if you're running a listen server, a good enough gpu to make sure you host at 50 FPS.
18.06.11 03:00:26 am
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thanks
24.06.11 11:59:05 pm
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PyKemis
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A dedicated server (CS2D) doesn't exactly use frames per second. It doesn't generate visual frames.

If you're thinking about hosting servers I recommend you rent from Banaan or get a vps. Unless you have wicked speed your client will lag.
25.06.11 06:27:32 pm
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Banaan
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It doesn't render any visual frames, indeed, but it does recalculate everything about 50 times per second, which is also referred to as frames per second.
03.07.11 08:28:35 am
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PyKemis
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I'm pretty sure it has more than 50 calculations per second.

If your dedicated cs2d server isn't getting 50 "fps" your server isn't fit for hosting.

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03.07.11 11:32:49 am
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DannyDeth
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@Textual Content:
I too believe that it runs ( and most definitely could run ) at more than 50Hz ( 50 FPS, for those who do not know what I mean ), but it is possible to limit a programs cycles/second ratio so it may truly only be running at 50Hz ( 50 FPS ).
04.07.11 02:03:09 am
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user DannyDeth has written:
@Textual Content:
I too believe that it runs ( and most definitely could run ) at more than 50Hz ( 50 FPS, for those who do not know what I mean ), but it is possible to limit a programs cycles/second ratio so it may truly only be running at 50Hz ( 50 FPS ).


If udp send/receive is considered an action and it is because it runs on the same cs2d state, then it can't be 50 actions per second.
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