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27-03-2010, 02:53 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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- Mar 2010
Is there a such thing as server "cache"?
Hello, a clan I'm in has recently switched over from TeamSpeak 2 to TeamSpeak 3, and let me say we LOVE IT!!
Although there's a slight problem I'll try my best to explain so hopefully someone could help us out. After so long (it seems to be daily now) our server needs to be rebooted because after a while our voices start to get grainy and start to lag a tiny bit.
Is there maybe any kind of server cache that could be cleared to fix this issue? Or is there any way the server PC can be set up to reboot at a certain time of day?
As far as I know the PC the server is on is running on Windows XP if that helps, thanks for any help.
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