Mr.Bludfire

Bluds short and maybe stubid questions about server configs

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Aaand I'm doing another topic for one stupid question.

So I want my server to run only in daytime, but can't figure out how.

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    class Time
    {
        // Uses Dedicated Server time as ingame Time
        useRealTime = 0;

        // Will overide RealTime
        useStaticTime = 1;

        // time in ARMA FORMAT << CONFIG
        // https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/setDate

        staticTime[] = {2039,10,24,9,30};

This is how it looks now and I really just don't know what I need to do to make it run only in day time. When server was on Altis and without Occupation addon then it was only day, but now itäs on tanoa with occupation and it has night time as well. Well, I don't like night time

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18 minutes ago, Mr.Bludfire said:

Aaand I'm doing another topic for one stupid question.

So I want my server to run only in daytime, but can't figure out how.

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    class Time
    {
        // Uses Dedicated Server time as ingame Time
        useRealTime = 0;

        // Will overide RealTime
        useStaticTime = 1;

        // time in ARMA FORMAT << CONFIG
        // https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/setDate

        staticTime[] = {2039,10,24,9,30};

This is how it looks now and I really just don't know what I need to do to make it run only in day time. When server was on Altis and without Occupation addon then it was only day, but now itäs on tanoa with occupation and it has night time as well. Well, I don't like night time

occupation has a built in faster day/night for timers

SC_fastNights               = true;                	// true if you want night time to go faster than daytime
SC_fastNightsStarts         = 18;                   // Start fast nights at this hour (24 hour clock) eg. 18 for 6pm
SC_fastNightsMultiplierNight= 24;                   // the time multiplier to use at night (12 = 12x speed)
SC_fastNightsEnds           = 6;                    // End fast nights at this hour (24 hour clock) eg. 6 for 6am
SC_fastNightsMultiplierDay = 4; // the time multiplier to use during daylight hours (4 = 4x speed)

set it to false, make sure to read throughly through config's :P

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1 hour ago, malbogia said:

occupation has a built in faster day/night for timers


SC_fastNights               = true;                	// true if you want night time to go faster than daytime
SC_fastNightsStarts         = 18;                   // Start fast nights at this hour (24 hour clock) eg. 18 for 6pm
SC_fastNightsMultiplierNight= 24;                   // the time multiplier to use at night (12 = 12x speed)
SC_fastNightsEnds           = 6;                    // End fast nights at this hour (24 hour clock) eg. 6 for 6am
SC_fastNightsMultiplierDay = 4; // the time multiplier to use during daylight hours (4 = 4x speed)

set it to false, make sure to read throughly through config's :P

Yer I found that earlier but thought that "no, it can't be because of that" :D

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On ‎7‎/‎12‎/‎2016 at 2:03 AM, Mr.Bludfire said:

Aaand I'm doing another topic for one stupid question.

So I want my server to run only in daytime, but can't figure out how.

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    class Time
    {
        // Uses Dedicated Server time as ingame Time
        useRealTime = 0;

        // Will overide RealTime
        useStaticTime = 1;

        // time in ARMA FORMAT << CONFIG
        // https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/setDate

        staticTime[] = {2039,10,24,9,30};

This is how it looks now and I really just don't know what I need to do to make it run only in day time. When server was on Altis and without Occupation addon then it was only day, but now itäs on tanoa with occupation and it has night time as well. Well, I don't like night time

this is my settings for Tanoa and it's only daytime, and I've been trying to add night for the last 30 mins. the settings I had for altis was perfect. anyway try my settings and u might only have day.

 

 class Time
 {
  // Uses Dedicated Server time as ingame Time
  useRealTime = 0;
 
  // Will overide RealTime
  useStaticTime = 1;
 
  // time in ARMA FORMAT << CONFIG
  // https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/setDate
 
  staticTime[] = {2039,10,24,15,30};
 };

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3 hours ago, jmayr2000 said:

this is my settings for Tanoa and it's only daytime, and I've been trying to add night for the last 30 mins. the settings I had for altis was perfect. anyway try my settings and u might only have day.

 

 class Time
 {
  // Uses Dedicated Server time as ingame Time
  useRealTime = 0;
 
  // Will overide RealTime
  useStaticTime = 1;
 
  // time in ARMA FORMAT << CONFIG
  // https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/setDate
 
  staticTime[] = {2039,10,24,15,30};
 };

seems like pretty much my settings.

anyways, @malbogias info worked.

BTW: I'm gonna change this topic name and post here my stupid guestions about everything what comes to server configs and shiet.

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@Mr.Bludfire with static time  staticTime[] = {2039,10,24,15,30};  the 15,30 is the time of day and its in 24 hour time so for a early morning on restart would look like this  staticTime[] = {2039,10,24,05,30};.

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If I remember right I now have staticTime={2039,10,24,09,30}, without any multipliers. With 4hours restarts it's never going dark after changing the fastnights=false in occupation settings.

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