Ludo Feb 27 @ 12:42pm
CS GO dedicated server on FreeBSD 9.1 32 bit.
The server is running, but it's using 0% of the processor.

Installed from Valves instructions:
https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Counter-Strike:_Global_Offensive_Dedicated_Servers#Starting_the_Server

Using: emulators/linux_base-f10 to make it run.

Possible to connect to server, there's no bots, lagging as hell.
It's also possible to write in the console, but it's also lagging and really slow.


Starting server with:
./srcds_linux -game csgo -console -usercon +game_type 0 +game_mode 1 +mapgroup mg_bomb +map de_dust2

It seems like it's not using any processor power, anyone know how to make it use the processor and actually start running properly?
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Ludo Mar 7 @ 5:53am 
Thanks for a reply!
The kernel is compiled with CPU_ENABLE_SSE, and the server is running with an Intel processor. So CPU_ATHLON_SSE_HACK is not convenient..
furiousV Mar 7 @ 6:21am 
Are you booting the kernel you compiled? Are the instruction sets recognised?

What CPU is it exactly?

Is this a virtual machine or physical server? How much memory? What type of internet connection is this behind (if not on LAN) and connecting from?

Are you running other applications on the same server?
Ludo Mar 8 @ 10:19am 
The kernel compiled is booted. Sets are recognised.
SSE enabled. Physical server. 24GB DDR3 memory. 500/500mbit/s
CPU: hw.model: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-1650 0 @ 3.20GHz
Running some other game servers and they work perfectly
Processor almost idle
CPU: 0.9% user, 0.0% nice, 0.3% system, 0.1% interrupt, 98.8% idle
Mem: 6358M Active, 13G Inact, 3002M Wired, 60K Cache, 1677M Buf, 40G Free
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extivity Mar 9 @ 5:31am 
Why FreeBSD? :D Better use Debian and Ubuntu works fine and are mostly supportet.
Yes i know that not help, just saying ;(
Memo May 26 @ 9:50am 
Originally posted by extivity:
Why FreeBSD? :D Better use Debian and Ubuntu works fine and are mostly supportet.
Yes i know that not help, just saying ;(
FreeBSD is awesome, even Linus Torvalds (author of the Linux Kernel) has said Linux wouldn't have happened if 386BSD had been around when he started up.

Any chance you can strace the process and find out what its actually doing?
make love Jun 2 @ 11:44am 
same problem here
*BUMP*
craBs* Jun 20 @ 5:45pm 
Originally posted by extivity:
Why FreeBSD? :D Better use Debian and Ubuntu works fine and are mostly supportet.
Yes i know that not help, just saying ;(

Because BSD's better than Linux :D
Marky Mark Jul 2 @ 8:42pm 
Originally posted by craBs*:
Because BSD's better than Linux :D

That's an opinion. If BSD works better for you, use it. If not, use something else.

Now, it's been a while since I've used FreeBSD, but perhaps you are missing some Linux related things, like the Linux /proc directory. Make sure that all the Linux related kernel modules(?) for Linux are enabled and that a Linux base is installed.

Or if you're lazy, run a VM with Linux in it and go from there.
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