Simming Online

Discussion in 'Play-Tests' started by RHY3756547, Oct 8, 2015.

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  1. RHY3756547

    RHY3756547 FreeSO Developer Staff Member Moderator

    Remember that servers still take a time proportional to the uptime to connect to since state serialization is not a thing yet. This should change quite soon though.
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  2. zc456

    zc456 Well-Known Member

    I'll keep that in mind.
    As always, I look forward.
  3. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

    Will edit my server list entry accordingly :)
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  4. zc456

    zc456 Well-Known Member

    Awesome, thanks.
  5. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

    Edited with all information and a link back here. Awesome work on the website, too, by the way.
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  6. zc456

    zc456 Well-Known Member

    Thanks. Been be a webmaster for a long time.
  7. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

    Nice. Must be pretty fun. I've been a webmaster, like, once, and that was it.
  8. zc456

    zc456 Well-Known Member

    It depends. Before I got my Raspberry Pi, I was pretty much limited to the hosts' terms of service wasn't always good since I relied on free hosts for such a long time. My past experience with Ubuntu Server on VBox and old laptops also gave me server admin experience and pretty much gives me confidence that I can guarantee Simming Online will happen. Overall, now that I call the moves with my Pi, it's a lot more fun.
  9. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

    I've actually done more hosting than I thought, but it wasn't really public - I've played with Apache a lot, especially back when I made TSS and Zapp'd.
    Also, is the RPi a very good host? I was thinking about using it for the server list.
  10. zc456

    zc456 Well-Known Member

    Yeah. The Pi 2 has a decent amount specs that make it entry level worthy. I'll admit, an private server for an MMO for this kinda hardware is a bit of a gamble.
  11. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

    Yeah, but it would be okay for simple pings and JSON serialization. I'll look in to buying one (I have the original Pi Model B).
  12. zc456

    zc456 Well-Known Member

    Good luck!
  13. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

    Thanks, and good luck to you too :)
  14. RHY3756547

    RHY3756547 FreeSO Developer Staff Member Moderator

    You won't be able to run many lot instances on a raspberry pi. Mono should at least work on it, though.
  15. zc456

    zc456 Well-Known Member

    Mono does work and I'm not after large group instances, just enough for something small.
  16. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

    What about some form of cluster? If the VM was programmed to utilize it, would it not work well?
  17. RHY3756547

    RHY3756547 FreeSO Developer Staff Member Moderator

    The city server will support use of multiple external simulator servers. I've discussed this in the past.
  18. LetsRaceBwoi

    LetsRaceBwoi Well-Known Member

    Alright then. I recall you talking about them with Zack now, sorry.
  19. zc456

    zc456 Well-Known Member

    Event scheduled for tomorrow (October 17th, 2015) at 6PM, EST. Latest master build, as always.
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2015
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  20. Remixful

    Remixful Active Member

    Interesting. I'm in the EST timezone, so I think tomorrows schedule works perfectly for me. See you there! :3
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