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Server Specs

Below you can find all the Server Specifications for our Minecraft hosting. Nobody likes overcrammed nodes like some hosts do, and neither do we! Basic US | Intel Xeon E5-2690CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2690 or Similar (8 cores, 16 threads) up to 3.20 GHz RAM: 128 GB DDR3 ECC 1600 MHz

JVM Arguments & Startup Flags

We deploy optimized JVM arguments by default to make your server run even better! Read below for more information. General InformationJVM ArgumentsAll of our servers are deployed with Aikars Optimized JVM arguments, which can be found here. These flags will help you run your server consistently without any large Garbage

How to install a custom .jar file

This guide will show you how to upload and use a custom .jar file on the DedicatedMC.io Panel. GuideIf you want to update your server to the newly released 1.16 Nether Update you can download a server jar from here. We do recommend creating a backup before you

How to install Paper

This guide will show you on how to install Paper on the DedicatedMC.io Panel. Paper is a much more improved version of Spigot, and we highly recommend using it! For New ServersStep 1: We auto deploy new servers with PaperMC! It auto updates when a new version has been

How to install and configure Dynmap

Dynmap is a Google Maps-like map for your Minecraft server that can be viewed in a browser. It can be used to view live location of your players, aswell as their builds and health/armor! General InformationIn this guide we will be going over 4 aspects of Dynmap: How to

How to create and view MySQL Databases

Databases are used for many things! Lots of plugins and software can use MySQL databases to store data. These can also be useful for bungeecord networks. How to create and view database info.‚Äč Step 1: Navigate to the 'Databases' tab on the panel. Step 2: Click 'Create Database' and enter

How to add Additional Ports

Need an extra port for your Dynmap or another plugin? Read the article below on how to add additional ports! Step 1: On the Raw Power Panel go to the `Network Settings' page. Here you can see your current ports (allocations) that are available for your server. Step 2: Click

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