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  1. #1
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    need help with dbclientkeepdays

    could someone provide me with the complete server query command to properly use dbclientkeepdays

    I already know that it ends like dbclientkeepdays=90 "90" meaning the amount of days, but i need the complete command, Thanks!

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    Hello

    You have a lot of documentation for that :
    Teamspeak 3 Documentation

    and specialy :
    TeamSpeak 3 Server Quick Start.txt

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    yeah i know but i need a written example. Already looked at quickstart and it makes no sense

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    This is no command, it's an startparameter for you whole server process.

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    so its startparameter dbclientkeepdays=180 ? doesn't seem to work

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    As said dante696 it's parameter.

    So as write in the documentation start your server with this :

    ts3server_xxx.exe dbclientkeepdays=90

    ts3server_<arch> <parameter1>=<value1> [<parameter2>=<value2>] ...

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    okay what would be the "arch"? example please

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    For windows : ts3server_win32.exe or ts3server_win64.exe

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    so in my case this is what i would write sine i want 180 days and i'm running the x64 version
    ts3server_win64.exe dbclientkeepdays=180

    Okay I guess all i need to know now is where to input this at. As i understand this is a file edit perimeter command sp what file do i edit?

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    in windows :

    Start => Run you obtain de "DOS" black window
    Go to your server folder and start your server with the parameter

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    okay i went to the run command and browsed for the tsserver file and put the bclientkeepdays=180 after it within the quotations and all i get is an error, BTW thanks for your patience Anyway what did i do wrong. I know i'm close but still need further help Thanks!

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    Can you write here your error message ?
    What is your server version ?

    Can you make a print screen

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    server version is x64 beta 27 give me a moment to upload a screenshot and I'll give you links to pictures on how i input the command and another pice with the error i recieved

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    http://a.imageshack.us/img405/2087/commandy.jpg there's the command give me another moment to upload link of error

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    Sorry I forgotten a step.

    When you have run window write "cmd" and now you have the black window

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