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Last modified on Jul 28, 2020 in Control Panel
When owning a Minecraft Server, one of the most important parts is the world. The world holds all of the server’s player data, builds, structures, and more. Keeping this world safe is generally the server owner’s biggest task. There are many situations in which a server owner may want to download the world. Some of the most common reasons are for local backups, to make single-player modifications, transferring hosts, or changing server versions. Downloading the servers world is one part of server management that causes confusion as it requires a connection with an FTP such as FileZilla and knowing which world folder is the correct one as there are usually many different world folders. While it may seem like a difficult process, we will walk you through each step of the process.
Incorrect world when loading into singleplayer
If you added the world to your singleplayer Minecraft but it is showing a different world than your server, this can be due to a few reasons. Commonly, it is just due to downloading the wrong world from the FTP. You can double-check this by checking to make sure that you downloaded the world with the same name as you have set in the world field. It could also mean that the world didn’t finish downloading or it had some corrupted downloads. To fix this, just simply redownload it with your FTP program and make sure that there are not any failed transfers.