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  1. I'm using the command line version of ASV - and I'm getting Alphas... They're listed as "Mega" - thanks to WildCard's wonderful naming system. For example: MegaCarno_Character_BP_C
  2. You could use Wireshark to check that the port numbers you've specified are actually being used.
  3. I have queryport inside the command line - between question marks. I don't know if it is actually needed or not - but my ASA maps work fine alongside the ASE maps. start ArkAscendedServer.exe "TheIsland_WP?Listen?SessionName=SessionName?MaxPlayers=10?OverrideOfficialDifficulty=5.0?DifficultyOffset=1.0?AltSaveDirectoryName=AscendedTheIsland?QueryPort=27028" -Port=7803 -NoBattlEye -NoTransferFromFiltering -clusterid=clusterid -noundermeshkilling
  4. Have you specified a unique queryport for both ASA maps?
  5. Hi Mirage. I've uploaded a cluster directory to the usual place for you to play with. Don't know if it matters, but ASA creates an extra directory between the "ClusterDirOverride" file path and the cluster's name. So -clusterid=ASA2222 -ClusterDirOverride=\ASA\ASAClusters makes a directory \ASA\ASAClusters\clusters\ASA2222 I tried to PM you with the URL, but the forum says you can't receive messages.
  6. One screenshot shows port = 7777 and QueryPort = 27015 But the next screenshot (Listening Ports) says port 27020 on TCP, 8888 on TCP and 7777 on UDP. Ark uses UDP for "port" and "queryport" RCON ports need TCP I haven't double checked ASA, but ASE uses the "queryport" number AND the next number up. So to use QueryPort = 27015, you also need to allow (and port-forward) port 27016 as UDP.
  7. I don't know about using Centos, but I have both ASE and ASA servers working from home on Windows 11 Pro.
  8. My ASA Island server is currently using about 14GB RAM with 3 people logged in. ASA Scorched is about the same. The only "mod" I have is the official Gigantoraptor ASE server maps generally max out at about 8 GB RAM - except Gen 2 which I've seen go to about 14GB. All maps need a single CPU core.
  9. 1. Are there any clues in the Windows event logs? 2. Have you tried without using an existing save file? 3. If you're using mods, have you tried removing them all to see if the world loads up?
  10. You might need to change your admin password when you get the server running again.
  11. I think it would be better if that option was removed, so people can see all unofficial servers in the same list. Having an extra tick box for player-hosted servers is unnecessarily complicating the experience for everybody 😞
  12. If you can upload your ".ark" save file somewhere, I'll see if it will load for me. I don't know if single player ASA works the same, but when running as a server, ASA makes periodic copies of the save file with a date and time in the filename. If you have one of these, you might be able to go back to an earlier save.
  13. Note that synchronisation isn't the same as a backup. If your main file becomes corrupt (which has happened with Ark's save files), then your synchronised copy will have the same corruption.
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