Questions to dedicated Server Tool RVS

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Nimloth
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Questions to dedicated Server Tool RVS

Hi,
I looking for assistance in my dedicated Server Tool for Raven Shield.
I have two Questions.

1) Sometimes i want to change some Server Options like "Roundtime", "BetweenRoundTime" or "Bots" (on/off).
I know, I can change all Options in the "Server-Settings-Screen". But I want to set it in the Console.
Now I am searching for a valid Console-Command.
I found in the Internet the following Console-Command:

set [classname] [property] [value]

But if I feed this for Example:

set engine.r6serverinfo roundtime 100

I get the Message: Set Function is not available in Multiplayer!

So what do I wrong? Or can someone give me a valid Console-Command (if something exist).

2) I dont want to allow a "User-Map"-Download from my Server, because my Upload-Bandwidth is too small.
Where can i deactivate it (File-Name and Property)?

Thx for Help
Nimloth.

Spidey01
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JB or En4cer might know.

Actually, I always thought most server configuration was done through editing Configuration Files but it might just be the Unix User in me Smile

SAS_WIZ
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I dont personally know how to do it via console. Try http://rvsgaming.com but isnt it a lot easier to do it in the admin screen?

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SAS_En4cer
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Hello Nimloth,

What your asking to do, can be done, it is called Admining on the Fly... and it can cause you many errors and is more dangerous then Admining your server via the built in control panel.

The link below talks about many Admin commands for RVS

http://www.agr-s.com/html_reports/fieldreport0123.htm

What you inputted with the command was incorrect. The Command you chose is the correct one...

set [classname] [property] [value]

This command edits the SERVER.INI file automatically. It adjusts game settings that are located within the "engine.r6serverinfo" section of the server .ini file (the first info displayed when you open the file).

Classname = RoundTime not the section of the INI file you want to edit as you typed.

I wont give you the entire answer... it means more when you solve it yourself.... but your so close.

Try ....

set RoundTime 780

and see where that gets you.... just remember that the last number is seconds... divide it by 60 to see how many minutes you set it too.

Keep trying your so close....

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If you intend running a server on a regular/permanent basis, i would advise that you use the good old trial and error method. As my fellow Capt has said...you will learn so much more in the long run. I am a firm believer that if you go this way, that you should endeavour to know as much as is possible about the badboy that you are dealing with. And ultimatly you will..no matter how frustrating.

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