[Opensim-dev] we're having trouble connecting
fish.kungfu at gmail.com
Sun Oct 26 18:03:59 UTC 2008
Great, I'm glad that worked. If you still have the default "dome island"
terrain, you may also want to try flattening the whole region to give you
more land to walk around on and create prims on. You can flatten a region
pretty easily. Just follow the steps here:
As far as region complexity and avatar load on my server, to be honest I
only have my one avatar and very limited building and scripts running.
Subjectively, everything runs very smoothly. I am running Ubuntu Hardy on
an Inspiron 530, Intel Quad Core2 Q9300 @ 2.50GHz, with 2GB RAM. I also
recently got server and client running in Ubuntu Hardy on my new Asus
N10J-A1, and it runs remarkably smooth as silk. Still no sound on my Asus,
but that's another story I won't get into. ;-)
On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 12:08 PM, Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 11:49:50AM -0400, Fish Kungfu wrote:
> > The file you want to edit is "opensim/bin/Regions/default.xml"
> > I'd make a backup copy to the desktop first. Don't leave a copy in
> > the Regions folder, it will get loaded.
> > By default, the "external_host_name" is "127.0.0.1". Change that
> > to the IP address of your server. That should fix it for running 1
> > region.
> Thanks, that did the trick. The setup runs well in a Linux vserver
> guest (debian, amd64, same on host), with minimal resource requirements:
> nitrogen:~# vserver-stat
> CTX PROC VSZ RSS userTIME sysTIME UPTIME NAME
> 91 32 397.1M 91M 4m21s76 0m47s36 19h56m37 v91
> 92 2 34.7M 1.3M 0m00s20 0m00s16 19h56m37 v92
> > If you want more than one region file, be sure to also adjust the
> > "sim_location_x", "sim_location_y", and "internal_ip_port". For
> > example, if you added a file named, "mySecondRegion", you would change
> > these to be something like:
> > sim_location_x="1000" sim_location_y=1001
> > internal_ip_port="9001"
> Thanks. I guess I should running 1-4 regions/vserver, in order
> to minimize address space waste. I presume the canonical way is to
> run your own grid.
> > Disclaimer...BTW, I am not an OpenSim Guru by any means, but I have
> > gotten things to work pretty good with 4 Regions up and running in
> > Ubuntu Hardy and OpenSim rocks!! :-)
> With 4 regions/physical host how much resources (CPU, memory) requirements
> do you see
> for your region complexity and avatar load?
> > I hope this helps......Fish
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