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X-Night598 posted a topic in ARMA 3 - SERVERS & ADMINISTRATIONHi all I'm quite new with this kind of servers so I need some help with creating one. First, I have bought a VPS with 24GB of RAM (Ubuntu 64 bits 18.04) to host an Arma 3 dedicated server because the one that I use (which is not a VPS) runs out of RAM since we are about 60 people doing missions and stuff. The thing is that I need a panel or something that helps me with maps and mods, because they will be in constant change. I tried OGP (Open Game Panel) but it limits, for some reason, my RAM usage to 4GB only, and that is far from being enough. So... How do I create a server using a VPS? Are there some tools that can help me with that? Thanks in advance for your answers
I am going to apologize in advance if this question has already been asked, but I did not directly see any answers to it through a brief search (I may not have been using the correct keywords). Would anyone have any recommendations for a decent low-cost VPS host to use for ARMA 3 - Exile server with Windows Server 2019? I have checked multiple hosts, and the average cost I am seeing is between $30 - $50/mo for 4 cores at 3.8GHz+ and 8+ GB of RAM (I hardly find any VPS packages for less than 8GB of RAM). I am specifically just looking for a low-cost VPS to set the server up on, test that everything is working, then upgrade the memory to handle more players once it is ready. I would host it at home, but not sure if my bandwidth would be high enough to support 50+ players (150Mbit/sec down and up, 32GB DDR4 RAM, 8-core Ryzen 7 3.7GHz with liquid cooling, Windows 10 Home). I did try checking out Amazon EC2 packages someone referred me to... but the cost per month, even with a savings plan, was ridiculously expensive at roughly $240+/mo for a 24/7 server. Only reason I am looking at a VPS vs just a hosting package specifically for Arma 3, is the costs seem to be about the same, and by hosting it myself on a VPS (or on my PC via a virtual instance), I don't have to pay by the slot, but rather based on hardware. I am also willing to try setting it up on a Linux OS, I just have minimal to no experience with Linux vs Windows. Thanks again for any input, it is greatly appreciated!