Donations are always a hard topic, on one hand you are trying to pay for your server, but on the other hand you have people making insane amounts of...
I worked for ChuneX for about a month, right after they started up, but I did not like their management style so I created my own host. I can offer...
There are some very light weight plugins, but the majority of plugins use around 20-50MB of RAM but plugins like SurvivalGames would use anywhere...
Quite a few of the developmental build have massive memory leaks in them, but this is to be expected as they are not production builds.
If you couldn't tell he has not visited the forums since 3 minutes after his post... Either he was banned, or he is a stupid troll.
Bukkit will not add features that normal minecraft does not have... I would try posting in the Plugin Requests forum.
But back on topic, this...
Were the commands working before you updated?
Also try running this command in the console "/op <your username>" and see if that works.
Calling someone a failure when they are only trying to help you is no way to treat people... I doubt that there is anyone that is going to want to...
This error usually occurs when your server runs out of memory, you should allocate some more ram, or get a better server.
I would check with your dedicated server provider and make sure that they really are giving you a 100mbps up/down.
/f claim safezone radius (radius of chunks that you want to claim)
Nobody any said that running a server required no work, I would suggest using Towny if you want the land claiming to work.
It is multiverse, check the config.
Is your craftbukkit.jar fully updated? Also what OS are you running?
There is nothing wrong with your hosting company, it is the plugins that you are running, alot of them use quite a bit of ram. Here is a short list...
There is an error in your start.bat try using
java -Xms1024M -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar
It all depends, you may need to define it, then set the parent, then set the flag.
/region define B
/region flag B build allow
You are not port forwarding correctly. http://bit.ly/OSIgDa
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