Came up with a way to calculate the amount of RAM you need on your server. Here's the formula: 1024 + a + b( (c - a) / d) <> Thought that it'd be super complicated didn't ya a = Standby RAM amount b = Amount of players you want to be able to support c = Amount of RAM that your server uses when it has players online d = Amount of players online Instructions: 1. Remove all players from your server. Whitelist it if needed. Get the amount of RAM that it's currently using. You can use the command, /lag, in the console if you have Essentials installed. The RAM currently being used will be your "a". (needs to be in megabytes) 2. Get a few players online. The number of players online will be "d". 3. Find the amount of RAM your server is now using. The amount will be "c". (needs to be in megabytes) 4. Think of the number of players that you'd like to support. That number will be "b". 5. Plug in the numbers to their corresponding variables, and voila! You have the amount of RAM you need! Please note that the amount of RAM your server has won't matter if your CPU's single core performance isn't good. Also, the players that you get on your server can't be AFK alts. They need to be real/legit players that do everything a normal player would. The more players that you measure, the more accurate this will be.