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Hi all.


I have a TCAdmin V2 installation on linux, and have made a modified minecraft template for my machine. I currently have the RAM allocations for the default command line option saved as tcadmin variables on the main minecraft game template.


When I create a service for a user, I see no way through tcadmin's web interface to edit any of the variables on a per server basis. Is there a clean way for me to control ram per server through the interface without having to make custom command lines, or different ram allocated game templates?


P.S. I do not have a WHMCS install, and sorry in advance if the question is easily answered -- I am not very experienced yet with TCAdmin.




Edit: Going to try to re-explain what I'm getting at, sorry.


I have my minecraft template's command line set up like this: http://puu.sh/flYFV/e406cf9d81.jpg

Both variables XMX and XMS are set up the same.

XMX (max memory allocation) and XMS (initial memory allocation) are the values that I am allocating to a minecraft server's ram usage.

I want to find out if there is a way to change the set values / default values of my variables XMX and XMS for a specific server (instead of making an entire template for a specific ram setting, or making those "command line" profiles).

Edited by Sonicscream
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