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Assetto Server Manager

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A web interface to manage an Assetto Corsa Server.

Features

  • Quick Race Mode
  • Custom Race Mode with saved presets
  • Live Timings for current sessions
  • Results pages for all previous sessions, with the ability to apply penalties
  • Content Management - Upload tracks, weather and cars
  • Sol Integration - Sol weather is compatible, including 24 hour time cycles (session start may advance/reverse time really fast before it syncs up - requires drivers to launch from content manager)
  • Championship mode - configure multiple race events and keep track of driver, class and team points
  • Race Weekends - a group of sequential sessions that can be run at any time. For example, you could set up a Qualifying session to run on a Saturday, then the Race to follow it on a Sunday. Server Manager handles the starting grid for you, and lets you organise Entrants into splits based on their results and other factors!
  • Integration with Assetto Corsa Skill Ratings!
  • Automatic event looping
  • Server Logs / Options Editing
  • Accounts system with different permissions levels
  • Linux and Windows Support!

If you like Assetto Server Manager, please consider supporting us with a donation!

Installation

Manual

  1. Download the latest release from the releases page
  2. Extract the release
  3. Edit the config.yml to suit your preferences
  4. Either:
    • Copy the server folder from your Assetto Corsa install into the directory you configured in config.yml, or
    • Make sure that you have steamcmd installed and in your $PATH and have configured the steam username and password in the config.yml file.
  5. Start the server using ./server-manager (on Linux) or by running server-manager.exe (on Windows)

Docker

A docker image is available under the name seejy/assetto-server-manager. We recommend using docker-compose to set up a docker environment for the server manager. This docker image has steamcmd pre-installed.

See Manual to set up server manager without Docker.

Note: if you are using a directory volume for the server install (as is shown below), be sure to make the directory before running docker-compose up - otherwise its permissions may be incorrect.

You will need a config.yml file to mount into the docker container.

An example docker-compose.yml looks like this:

version: "3"

services:
  server-manager:
    image: seejy/assetto-server-manager:latest
    ports:
    # the port that the server manager runs on
    - "8772:8772"
    # the port that the assetto server runs on (may vary depending on your configuration inside server manager)
    - "9600:9600"
    - "9600:9600/udp"
    # the port that the assetto server HTTP API runs on.
    - "8081:8081"
    # you may also wish to bind your configured UDP plugin ports here. 
    volumes: 
    # volume mount the entire server install so that 
    # content etc persists across restarts
    - ./server-install:/home/assetto/server-manager/assetto
    
    # volume mount the config
    - ./config.yml:/home/assetto/server-manager/config.yml

Post Installation

We recommend uploading your entire Assetto Corsa content/tracks folder to get the full features of Server Manager. This includes things like track images, all the correct layouts and any mod tracks you may have installed.

Also, we recommend installing Sol locally and uploading your Sol weather files to Server Manager as well so you can try out Day/Night cycles and cool weather!

Updating

Follow the steps below to update Server Manager:

  1. Back up your current Server Manager database and config.yml.
  2. Download the latest version of Server Manager
  3. Extract the zip file.
  4. Open the Changelog, read the entries between your current version and the new version. There may be configuration changes that you need to make!
  5. Make any necessary configuration changes.
  6. Find the Server Manager executable for your operating system. Replace your current Server Manager executable with it.
  7. Start the new Server Manager executable.

Build From Source Process

This is written with Linux in mind. Note that for other platforms this general flow should work, but specific commands may differ.

  1. Install Go 1.13; follow https://golang.org/doc/install#install

  2. Install Node js 12; this varies a lot based on os/distribution, Google is your friend.

  3. Enter the following commands in your terminal:

     # clone the repository (and dependencies) to your $GOPATH
     go get -u github.com/JustaPenguin/assetto-server-manager/...
     # move to the repository root
     cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/JustaPenguin/assetto-server-manager
    
  4. Set up the config.yml file in assetto-server-manager/cmd/server-manager (best to copy config.example.yml to config.yml then edit). There are important settings in here that need to be configured before sever manager will run, such as the path to steamcmd, default account information and more. Make sure you read it carefully!

  5. Time to run the manager, enter the following in your terminal:

     export GO111MODULE=on
     # run makefile commands to build and run server manager
     make clean
     make assets
     make asset-embed
     make run
    
  6. Server Manager should now be running! You can find the UI in your browser at your configured hostname (default 0.0.0.0:8772).

Credits & Thanks

Assetto Corsa Server Manager would not have been possible without the following people:

  • Henry Spencer - Twitter / GitHub
  • Callum Jones - Twitter / GitHub
  • Joseph Elton
  • The Pizzabab Championship
  • ACServerManager and its authors, for inspiration and reference on understanding the AC configuration files

Screenshots

Check out the screenshots folder!