Sunday, April 8, 2012

Path To Glory now has a new home, please click the link below to go there and be sure to add it to your favourites.


Friday, March 16, 2012

[PTG] 24/7 Metro | 15,000 Tickets | All Weapons Allowed

BattleLog Link - [PTG] 24/7 Metro | 15,000 Tickets | All Weapons Allowed

That is the name of our new server and it is proving popular!!! In the last 7 days we have jumped up in the server rankings to break in to the top 400 worldwide servers. We combine constant player friendly admin throughout the day along with great squadwork gameplay and already we are seeing regular players. The boost in popularity has also seen our memberbase increase and that in turn is seeing more donations for the server come in. Eventually we will be able to run more than one server and everyone who donates gets the chance to help admin our servers. [PTG]'s Resurgence is in full swing and we're aiming to get that "number 1 server in the world" title for the second time.


Tuesday, January 24, 2012

R19 Server Update

R18 came out yesterday and caused issues, R19 is out and has been applied to our server.

Fixed the most common server crash. The story behind this one is fairly convoluted:

When a player begins the process of joining a server, the server will begin buffering some kinds of information in anticipation of the player completing the loading & joining phase. However, players sometimes get stuck in the loading screen. This makes the server buffer more and more info for that player. A side effect of this is a temporary resource leak in the game server. The leak is immediately restored if the server changes map, or the player completes loading, or the player shuts down the game client. However if a player manages to remain stuck for 30+ minutes in loading on a server with lots of activity and the server doesn’t end the round, then the server could run out of the particular resource – it would then crash.

Long banlists will not crash the server.
The banlist supports up to 10.000 entries now.
The banList.list command has been modified to return at most 100 entries at a time (similar to how BC2 PC’s banList.list command works).
Any administrative tools will need to be updated to be able to see more than the first 100 entries.

Corrections to the banlist documentation.