yes its just a matter of removing the mod id number from the server ini file
should try to make this a little more clear, its very easy to add any mods, its simply a case of starting the steam worshop mod icon adding the mod id which you can get from the mod discription from steam workshop, when the mod installs on the server its just a matter of adding the id to the ini file and the server will load the mod on startup,
This question is mainly for server owners. I have a Rust server on the go that is being hosted with the standard SSD option. There is an option for me to upgrade this to a NVMe SSD, but I'm curious. Will there be any performance increase for players in-game. I have asked this question via a ticket and got the response I thought I would, that there would be an improvement to loading times.
With this though, does that mean I could run more plugins if the server was on a NVMe or is that all down to the CPU? That would then lead to a separate question of would I see any improvement in server performance if I was to buy more slots or would that make no difference. Basically I'm looking for a lag free experience for my server and want to know what I can upgrade to get this.
Thanks in advance for your help on this one.
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