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  1. #1
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    TeamSpeak Compatibility Issue

    Hello, i have problem with compatibility issue on my server.

    Server Resources;

    RAM: 4 GB DDR3
    CPU: 2 Core Xeon(R) E5-2650
    Disk: 100 GB SSD (Benchmarked, 650mb write/read)
    Virtualisation: Linux KVM
    Server OS: Ubuntu Server 16.04 x64

    TeamSpeak server version: 3.7.1 (x64) (Updated from 3.7.0)
    TeamSpeak total db users: +20000

    It's problem from TeamSpeak version 3.5.0

    CPU Features: https://puu.sh/D7svO/cce88807bb.png (All features enabled & turbo enabled)
    RAM Features: https://puu.sh/D7sAq/a328870657.png

    Statistics from HTOP: https://puu.sh/D7sBi/b62aab9012.png

    Example problem with GIF: https://puu.sh/D7suv/eb615dea4f.gif
    Important: It's not about encryption. All problem is, much users, much packet loss during joining/switching channel, joining/disconnecting server.

    I don't have this problem in my other servers (ovz, kvm on other server providers).
    I've talked with my server provider, he told me it's software issue, not server. We've tried all fixs but still same.

    Kind Regards.
    Last edited by XARON; April 1st, 2019 at 12:27 PM.

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    Just for testing, please try the other architecture of the TeamSpeak server. If you are not currently using x86, you might need to install ia32-libs before installing TeamSpeak x86. Encryption implementation varies greatly between the two architectures. You can of course keep your databases if running a different server architecture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    Just for testing, please try the other architecture of the TeamSpeak server. If you are not currently using x86, you might need to install ia32-libs before installing TeamSpeak x86. Encryption implementation varies greatly between the two architectures. You can of course keep your databases if running a different server architecture.
    It's not about encryption. Look server messages, users spamming switch channels, joining or smt. Packet loss up to %40 for spamming.
    It's maybe TeamSLEEP!. No answer no answer no answer...

    Encryption globally off, 150 users fixed cpu usage: https://puu.sh/D8qHu/381dd79407.png. It's not normal.

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    How is anyone supposed to help you with your problem? Your post consists of only a GIF where you change your encryption settings, no description of the issue, no complete log, nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    How is anyone supposed to help you with your problem? Your post consists of only a GIF where you change your encryption settings, no description of the issue, no complete log, nothing.
    No desc issue? Rly?
    "FAST -> Clients fast connecting / disconnecting, channel switching / creating / deleting spam = much packet loss." (CPU 100%)

    What is there not to understand?

    No any error or smt, just CPU increase.
    I'm paying to TeamSpeak much $$ but no reply to my thread.

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    I discussed that with a developer and we came to the result that your CPU is not strong enough to handle the voice encryption.
    Yes this includes other actions where user do switch, connect etc.

    Ps. Never run the server as root! Normally we would not give you any support till this is fixed.

    Quote Originally Posted by XARON View Post
    It's maybe TeamSLEEP!. No answer no answer no answer...
    Quote Originally Posted by XARON View Post
    I'm paying to TeamSpeak much $$ but no reply to my thread.
    If you are a paying customer then please use the ticket system instead of the free forum.
    https://support.teamspeakusa.com
    When sending me private messages: Please make sure to include reference link to your forum thread or post.

    TeamSpeak FAQ || What should i report, when i open a client thread?

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