Yes, well. Both servers are running on old 2014 i5 CPUs, but they are overlocked to 4.5GHz, so almost as fast as modern CPUs when it comes to single thread performance. And since DayZ server cannot utilize more than 1 core effectively, I don't need a 32 core Ryzen, 4 cores is plenty
The S2 is now up on a separate box which means it shouldn't have to fight over resources with S1, which is what caused the issues a few days ago when I tried that.
Both servers are connected to the same HIVE through a very, VERY sketchy trick (DayZ devs don't want you to host your own HIVE like in the old days, only GSP hosted servers allow that), which may or may not work well under load. I need you to join S2 and test that your character from S1 transfers and saves OK between the servers.