I have a modded server (with the FTB Crash Landing modpack), running Vanilla Server software (the one where you download from minecraft.net and then add all your mods in etc.
However, something seems to be wrong with it. I'm not getting as many mobs as I usually would when playing Single Player. On my Single-player world, I would get at least 300+ mobs in my world at any one time in the night. However... When I play on my Multiplayer Server, I only get barely 100 mobs at any one time.
EDIT: 3 players over single-player LAN still gives at least 300+ mobs, and we're all in the same area (the starting spaceship). Even with ONLY 1 player on the multi-player hosted server, it only has 100 mobs.
Is there some sort of limit that limits the number of mobs that can spawn at any one time?
If so, Is there any way to increase that limit, or get rid of it altogether?
My computer runs Windows 8.1 with 4GB memory and an Intel i5 Processor that has Intel Graphics attached to it.
The server I bought (rented) has 8GB memory and uses Intel Xeon E3-1240v2 Processors. (Link to Server Provider)
@MrLemon, I've just tested it with the exact same server setup (in terms of programs), but on my own computer.. It spawned 200+ mobs.
Does Vanilla (non-Bukkit) servers have a limit on mobs spawning? If so, how do I remove it?
So, I've managed to get it to spawn more than 70 mobs locally, but how do I do this on my remote server? (Remember, the programs; installation that are used are EXACTLY the same)