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    • Warning! Please note that this might affect your network if used wrongly. Requirements Linux OS (Only Linux) Network (Multiple Servers) Summary The CPU starts computing processes starting from the lowest priority (20) to the highest priority (-20). Meaning that when the system has enough resources, the servers work exactly the same, but when the servers lack enough processing power to finish the tasks (100%), the lower server will behave better. Thanks to the Linux Niceness system, it's directly linked to the way the system allocates CPU resources.   Firstly, decide which servers on the machine that are most important to the network, making sure you order them correctly. Lower meaning most important and higher meaning least important. For example: BungeeCord = TOP PRIORITY | Lobby = SECOND PRIORITY -  (MAX PRIORITY = -20 | DEFAULT PRIORITY = 0 | LOWEST PRIORITY = 20) Inside your JVM launch files before the (JAVA) put the following arguments changing the {NUMBER} based on the priority you choose for the servers. Template : nice -n -{NUMBER} java -Xmx4G -Xms1M -XX:+UseG1GC -jar spigot.jar Example BungeeCord : nice -n -20 java -Xmx512M -Xms1M -jar bungeecord.jar Example Lobby : nice -n -15 java -Xmx1G -Xms1M -jar spigot.jar Once you've started the server, you should notice the system working as intended. Thank you for reading  Contact Support on the Volmit Discord if you are having trouble getting it to work.
    • Benefits Frequent & Long Lasting Timings Crash Logger Crashes the server upon 15 seconds of freeze time and saves the latest thread dump to a log file. Prerequisites External Troubleshooting Tool - VisualVM Previous knowledge of how to use VisualVM -
      Put these JVM arguments inside your launch file.
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