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Bulletowns 08-06-2016 08:15 PM

TCAdmin 2.0 Pre-Sale Question
 
Hi,

I'm interested in purchasing a TCAdmin 2.0 License. However, I'm struggling to know what specifications my server would require for the software. Here are a few questions I require answering.

1. Could this software be able to handle a VPS?

2. What is the minimum/maximum requirements for this software to be run on a VPS/Dedicated Server?

VPS Specifications


4 GB DDR4
2 Core Processor
50 GB SSD
4 TB Transfer


Also, I would be running a Rust, Teamspeak and Garry's Mod Server

wirs 08-07-2016 07:39 AM

Re: TCAdmin 2.0 Pre-Sale Question
 
Anyone correct me if I am wrong but a VPS is not meant for this kind of hosting. You'll be sharing the ressources of the machine with multiple other people and the performance will suffer from it.
You may be able to run the Gmod server and the Teamspeak but i'm pretty sure you can forget rust

goatboynz 08-07-2016 05:40 PM

Re: TCAdmin 2.0 Pre-Sale Question
 
Rust will work but run like crap. ts and gmod will be sweet. I dont know if it has been fixed but rust on bootup use to use 100% of everything just to boot the server.
You can run tcadmin on a vps but its not that goood dedi is the way to go.

ECF 08-07-2016 06:21 PM

Re: TCAdmin 2.0 Pre-Sale Question
 
A dedicated server is HIGHLY suggested for running games.

A higher end VPS may be able to handle some games, but it really is not recommended.

Renual 01-25-2018 05:46 PM

Re: TCAdmin 2.0 Pre-Sale Question
 
I know this is an old thread, but I'm replying in the hope that it'll help future users.

TCAdmin itself doesn't require that much resources, however the games themselves usually use quite a significant amount of resources.

I think Rust alone would be pushing it on those specs. Honestly, it's usually worth it to just get a small dedicated box. That way you'll atleast know the resources are all yours to use. Or a virtual dedicated server atleast.

zomgmike 02-13-2018 02:32 PM

Re: TCAdmin 2.0 Pre-Sale Question
 
Are there any major issues with running TCAdmin on a VPS that is on a different network than the dedicated server running the game server? Or is that generally fine?

ECF 02-13-2018 05:10 PM

Re: TCAdmin 2.0 Pre-Sale Question
 
If you are only running the Master server and no games on it you should be fine.

Keep in mind that distance/latency may be an issue. We would not recommend putting your master in Texas and your game servers in China :)


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