Problem/Bug [WARNING] Can't keep up!

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by Vinci1, Jun 12, 2015.

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  1. HELP!
    My server sometimes crashes!
    PC specifications:
    OS: Windows 7 Professional 32 bit
    CPU: Genuine Intel(R) CPU575 @ 2.00GHz 2.00GHz
    RAM: 3GB (2,93GB)
    Craftbukkit specifications:
    Version: 1.7.9 R0.2

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    @Vinci1 The can't keep up warning is because the server is either lagging or running behind. This is due to a lot of resources being used. Generally if you are either running the server on a slow computer or is because there a lot of things using the cpu and ram, causing lag. This isn't that bad, as the server can most of the time still run. But, if at all possible, upgrade the hardware running the server, or allocate more ram for the server.
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    Your computer specifications don't look like their enough to run a minecraft server properly. Your CPU is an older slower model and you don't have enough RAM available to run minecraft and your server and other applications at the same time. I suggest that you look at ordering shared hosting or upgrading your computer.
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    @scrollbar indeed... #Go BisectHosting :D (Big Fan!)

    upon what @shades161 said, it xan also be a bad code snippet in a plugin that runs resource consuming loops synchronusly (main thread) so make sure your plugins can be trusted. if you can, please post your plugins here so we can do it for u :- )
  5. Start code:
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    java -jar craftbukkit-1.7.9-R0.2.jar
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    You need Xms and Xmx. These will set the starting amount of RAM used, and Max amount it can use, respectively.

    Changing your starting code to java -Xms512M -Xmx2G -jar craftbukkit-1.7.9-R0.2.jar -o true would start your server at 512MB and the max allocation would be 2GB. Change the Xms and Xmx as you please, but please use the code I've provided.
  7. ok
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