Re: Server Memory Usage
Well, if you have ssh capabilities (which you should), you can login and use the command top. This will show a list of processes, mem usage, cpu usage ect.
You could also try bumping down the tick to 66 or so. 100 isn't really needed, as it doesn't help performance much, just sends the same data multiple times, causing a little lag for those with lesser connections.
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