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  1. #1
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    Teamspeak Config File

    I need help with the Teamspeak Config File, I want to turn off the data up/download server complete. My teamspeak need to much resources (CPU/RAM).

  2. #2
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    Hello

    Remove
    - i_ft_file_upload_power
    - i_ft_file_download_power

    of each groups on your virtual server and set 100 (query power) for each needed_up/down._power permissions.

    Or

    You can reduce the bandwidth and quota of your virtual server settings
    Ts3Client => Tools => Edit Virtual Server ,
    - Click on "More" button.
    - Select the "Transfers" Tab.

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    I hope it helps, but is this normal?

    Code:
     4094 root      18   0 49744  11m 5312 S  0.3  1.2  10:57.41 ts3server_linux

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    What exactly is the problem, I have quite similar values here:
    Code:
    6121 ts3       20   0 37400 7564 4212 S  0.0  0.7  11:08.68 ts3server_linux
    BTW: Don't run teamspeak (or any other daemon for that matter if not absolutly necessary) as root...

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    Now it's not better:

    Code:
    18235 ts3       18   0 48256  10m 4844 S  1.3  1.0   0:03.88 ts3server_linux
    xD

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    Again: What exactly is your problem with those values?

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    My Server is bad, and I must reduce the consum of the TS server.

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    But what is the problem? 48MB RAM? 1.0% CPU?

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