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Atlas Dedicated Server Setup Guide - Part 11: Verify Configs and Start the Server

Start Servers

You should now have a working cluster of servers. Start them up by running the startup commands again. Remember, you can run a smaller grid by not starting all of them. Run the first command only to only have a single map of the 4 maps running.

In my testing, I have found the best result is to allow one map to full start up, then you can start all others simultaneously. I have noticed it takes MUCH longer to do them all at the same time before one server fully starts up (mostly likely database related).

  "c:\games\atlas\ShooterGame\Binaries\Win64\ShooterGameServer.exe" Ocean?ServerX=0?ServerY=0?AltSaveDirectoryName=A1?QueryPort=20000 -log -server -NoBattlEye
 "c:\games\atlas\ShooterGame\Binaries\Win64\ShooterGameServer.exe" Ocean?ServerX=0?ServerY=1?AltSaveDirectoryName=A2?QueryPort=10001 -log -server -NoBattlEye
 "c:\games\atlas\ShooterGame\Binaries\Win64\ShooterGameServer.exe" Ocean?ServerX=1?ServerY=0?AltSaveDirectoryName=B1?QueryPort=10300 -log -server -NoBattlEye
 "c:\games\atlas\ShooterGame\Binaries\Win64\ShooterGameServer.exe" Ocean?ServerX=1?ServerY=1?AltSaveDirectoryName=B2?QueryPort=10301 -log -server -NoBattlEye

netstat -an (verify all ports are listed, 6 per server with RCON

NETSTAT is a Command line tool on Windows to show you all ports that are currently open on your server.

Open a commmand prompt on the server

type "netstat -an" and hit the enter key

Look over the list. There is a section for TCP and a seperate section for UDP. Look at your port sheet and make sure you can see each indvidual port listed in either the TCP or UDP section. One of those ports should show up twice (once in TCP and once in UDP).

Verify Server is listed in ATLAS Games List (in game)

Start up the Atlas game client and look for your server in the list.

If you did things correctly...It should be in the list by now after verifying the Netstat step.

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