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Discussion Rasberry Pi 2 Server

Comments in 'General Discussion' started by KYOUDA, Jun 5, 2015.

  1. KYOUDA
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    Though its much like a question but I wanted to ask that if i run a Pocketmine Server on Rasberry PI 2 Model B, how well it will run and how many people can it handle .

    RPi 2 Model B is quadcore and i have read something that pocketmine only utilises one core , so any help to make it utilise the quadcore cpu.

    People have made RPi Clusters , making them as a common man's supercomputer.
    Will making a supercomputer out of Rasberry Pi will provide any performance gain in the srvers performance or it will again just utilise one single core.

    Thanks for reading wish you help me in clearing my doubts.
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    aliuly Notable Member Plugin Developer

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    The latest version is better at taking advantage of available cores.
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    Thanx but could I get some more help on the supercomputer server.
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    A raspberry pi cluster is not the same as a normal computer. It is made for software that can run multiple smaller processes that can run on each of the pi's. Since as far as i know pocketmine wont run like that. It will just pick one of the pi's and the other pi would just stay idle and not be of any use .
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    Thank you BalAnce
    So no performance gain even with a supercomputer .
    I guess it ends this thread
    Thank you for the responses

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