@hexparrot earlier in this thread said that he did not really understand your immense need for reebooting, since the things that are reset by the reboot are system files and memory usage. Things your system needs and uses all the time.
Also: A minecraft server that kicks everybody out and restarts every 6 hours? I do not restart my server(s) unless I really really have to, and then it is only due to necesary upgrades and such. IF your system is bogged down and needs a restart that often you should really take a good look at your resource needs VS availability and usage. Things to look at:
- How many minecraft servers are your MineOS server running?
- How many of them are of the FTB type?
- How much memory do you have physically in your machine?
- How much memory (in total) have you allowed your minecraft servers to use?
As a good tip: The total amount of Xmx-memory allowed for all your minecraft servers should not exceed the amount of physical memory you have. If you have 4GB of RAM available physically you may have 4 minecraft servers using 1 GB each, or one using 2 GB, on at 1GB and two at 0.5GB, or any other combo of memory assignments, as long as the total do not exceed your max available.
(Sidenote: If you are running on a Virtual Machine (VM) max physical memory would equal the amount of memory your Virtual machine is assigned)
OH! And remember that your system needs some memory for it self.
Now as for your need for step by steps:
The post linked really have all the steps listed. I’m not sure how much easier we can make it, other than copy-pasting the info from that post into a list in here. And to continue this rant as the sour grumpypot I obviously are right now: I also feel that Being a Minecraft and MineOS admin relies on the admin having some linux knowledge. There are a lot of other things you need to do in the background to admin this kind of server, MineOS is really just a frontend for administrating the minecraft servers. You have to know how to admin the MineOS server as well, and MineOS it self do not do that.
The post linked to, and @hexparrot, mentioned a .sh script: Learn more about shell scripting here: http://www.shellscript.sh/
You need to know how to use the shell, since the linux beneath MineOS do not have a GUI: Learn here: http://ryanstutorials.net/linuxtutorial/
You also need to know cron and how to use and configure them: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto
I’ll stumble over to my porch again and stop waiving my walking stick at you. Good luck
(edits: Just removed some really embarrasing spelling errors…)