which tell autoupdate where to find things, only work on Linux.
This is because Windows won't let the game server overwrite DLL files that are currently loaded into memory...
An example command line option: You may save this command line to a text file, rename it with the extension which will convert it to a batch file.
This batch file can be run any time your server needs an update.
Game servers traditionally are not easy to manage yourself.
Admins often have to spend hours just messing around trying to get their server working.
Should the server go offline Linux GSM can restart the server and send you an alert. For details on how to alter Linux GSM settings visit Linux GSM Config Files page.
This is what I have implemented in my professional TF2 server; this is advice from an expert.The current tool used for doing this is the Steam Console Client Tool (or Steamcmd).Steamcmd is an application that will completely install the latest version of the server content to your computer., as it allows you to switch between the console and the shell at will, as well as end your SSH session without killing the server.It can be installed via your distribution's package manager.