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    [Solved] TS3 keeps shutting down

    I'm running TS3 on my linux server.
    I login through SSH to start the server, after i run it, I hit "Ctrl+z", then "bg" so I run it in background since Ctrl+c will shut it off, and then I exit the server.
    Teamspeak will keep running for around 2 hours and then, it goes off. However, my website (which is hosted on the same website) keeps running perfectly.

    Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnakeBite View Post
    I'm running TS3 on my linux server.
    I login through SSH to start the server, after i run it, I hit "Ctrl+z", then "bg" so I run it in background since Ctrl+c will shut it off, and then I exit the server.
    Teamspeak will keep running for around 2 hours and then, it goes off. However, my website (which is hosted on the same website) keeps running perfectly.

    Any thoughts?
    Use the inlcluded ts3server_startscript.sh to start the server.

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    Thanks for the reply.

    I'm currently using "ts3....._minimal_runscript.sh inifile=ts3server.ini" command to run it.
    If I use the normal "ts3..._startscript.sh" it will simply not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnakeBite View Post
    Thanks for the reply.

    I'm currently using "ts3....._minimal_runscript.sh inifile=ts3server.ini" command to run it.
    If I use the normal "ts3..._startscript.sh" it will simply not work.
    First, you will need to edit your ts3server_startscrpt.sh.
    There is a line that has COMMANDLINE_PARAMETERS=""
    alter it to look like this: COMMANDLINE_PARAMETERS="inifile=ts3server.ini"

    Second, ts3server_startscript.sh requires a parameter to run, in this case start. There is also stop, restart, and status.

    In this case, after you have edited the commandline parameters variable, you can now execute the script like this: ./ts3server_startscript start

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    I'm going to try that.
    I've also noticed that when the server is up for 2:00:00 hours it shuts down automatically.. (That's 2 hours btw)
    I've done what you have just said, and I'll see how it goes.

    Thanks for the help!

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    Thanks for your help, it's now working perfectly.

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