Network Description: - 4 servers: Survival, Factions, HungerGames & Paintball Network Hardware: It's this kimsufi host from ovh: View attachment 364753 Problematic Server description: - Survival - 63 installed plugins (Used to have around 52, with the same simptoms) - 4 worlds managed by multiverse: Survival, Survival_nether, Survival_the_end, and PVE-EVENT (A paralel world where events are run and you can find other stuff to do such as shops, bosses, drops etc...) - 10 players average on the whole network (It's the most played server anyway, so the whole traffic is most probably there), 20 players on rare occasions. Symptoms: The server runs relatively fine all day, you can spot tps drops up to 14 tps, which obviously isn't great for only 10 players. Then around 3:30 A.M, the server starts hardcore lagging into crash, usually once a day at that time, no matter how many players. I once even made a server restart right before that, and it crashed at it's usual time. Can sometimes not lag nor crash at all for 1 or 2 days. Also, if the server is at more than 20 players, the lag risk really increases, but it doesn't usually crash in that situation, just lag. After a Survival Crash, the simptoms usually spread to other servers, usually Hub, which crashes shortly after Survival. Start.sh: https://hastebin.com/uyopelubey.nginx Timings: https://www.spigotmc.org/go/timings?url=faduwegibe (Yeah, worldguard consumes processing power 24/7, which it only does on survival for some reason, and even with nothing configured, just a default install. It's fully installed and configured the shit out of on factions, and it doesn't lag that bad there.) /Top: (TopLite) /Mem: (ClearLag) Notice the obscene ammount of tiles. Someone already told me to reduce hopper speed on a previous thread through Spigot, which I did, but it doesn't seem to be enough. Also, 3,401 chunks for 11 players = 309 chunks per head, how is that even possible? Are these chunks loaded? Survival plugins list: (One of them isn't loading, gotta check why) https://i.imgur.com/KjSbFzG.png Any advice on how to optimize is appreciated.