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    phew, i thought it was this server again. lol, stupid minecraft...
     
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    I won't be on very much if at all for a little bit. Need to study for some certs.
     
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    would anyone like to take on the pleasure of hosting this server?
     
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    Exactly what would that entail?
     
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    having some sort of server box (dual core with 4 gigs ram) available 24/7 (at least 2.5 Mbps upload) with ports 22,80 and the minecraft port open at all times.
     
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    Yeah, none of the above for me. Why are you wanting to transfer it off?
     
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    i can continue to run it, but i also want to add a bunch of stuff to that machine and test some things out. sometimes that means formatting and starting over which means downtime for the server.
     
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    I have a 1U P3 512MB RAM Dual Lan 10/100 Unix Server used by a local Community college for Netbotz heh.:laugh:
     
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    believe it or not minecraft would bring that thing to its knees in mere seconds.
     
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    This week I should be good to go. I just need to get the server into a case and find some nice 24/7 lower power settings for it.
     
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    so you are keeping the bulldozer or you going APU ? if you install linux on it and then disconnect the monitor and have an 80plus PSU in it then it will barely eat any power.
     
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    Keeping it for now, even if I do go to the APU, it's not too hard swapping a hard drive.
     
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    Well, my ENTIRE huge tree fell apart again, so I'm just gonna burn down what's left and build something else. I had just spent 2 hours finishing the canopy, too...
     
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    did it fall apart because of the plugin?
     
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    Yep. The entire thing.
     
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    fuckity fuck fuck! dipshits at the utility company were repairing the lines that were damaged from last weekends snow storm and took out my power totally screwing the server. it was behind the UPS however the battery was on its last legs and i was saving up the $100 to get a new one. im not sure what is fried on this guy...
     
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    indeed...
     
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    i was able to pull the mincraft files off the raid array. now when i restart the system i occasionally get a nice CPU not responding message. anyway, as soon as i can offload this to somebodies system we should be back up and running.
     
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    I have a P3 1U SuperMicro Rackmount Server with Dual LAN if that would help. I don't know the total specs since I have not fired it up yet but I know it ran a school district's Netbotz setup. It also has a Unix License.
     
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    You already asked and it was answered.

    My server will be back up and running by Sunday. :)
     
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    What was it that fried? Anything we can help with replacing?


    Also, Blu3, is there any way I can get a Redstone tutorial from you?
     
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    im not sure if it is the cpu or the mobo at this time. honestly havnt bothered to check it out.
     
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    Whenever the server comes back up, sure.
     

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