Minecraft/Terminal issues, Assembly Language

I am running a small minecraft server off of my old mac mini, and am having a big issue.
My computer isn''t very good, and even just running this server is an issue. I use a command in terminal to run the server with more RAM. This helps with lag compensation, but the server crashes every few hours requiring a manual reboot. Is there a way that I can have terminal automatically restart my server if it crashes?
Thanks a lot,

Posted Date: 3/18/2013 7:40:27 PM | Location : United States

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