Greetings! My friends and I wanted to start up a SMP just for us, with almost no plugins. I own a DigitalOcean Droplet that has 1GB of RAM, and on average around 400MB of those are used by other stuff run on the server. Just to be safe, I set the maximum RAM usage of the Spigot server to 400MB. I'm running the server using this command: Code (Text): java -Xmx400M -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -jar spigot.jar Expectation: Spigot runs at no more than 400MB. If there is not enough RAM for some reason (even under 400MB), then the server will cope with this (performance will decrease) but will not crash the server. Reality: Every so often, the server is killed. I'm not entirely sure if it is killed at 400MB or below, but either way it's being killed and I don't want that. It's being killed by the Linux OOM killer, and I googled how to disable this — I attempted to turn it off by putting this in /etc/sysctl.conf: Code (Text): vm.oom-kill = 0 I restarted the server after this change. However, that didn't work. It still continues to be killed when it runs out of memory. We'd just like to keep the Spigot server running without being killed when it's out of memory. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!