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As a Minecraft Server Owner, you want to make sure that your server is running as best that it can. One of the most important parts of creating a server with no worries of crashes or lag is being able to read and understand the error codes that your server may spit out from time to time as some of these may cause your server to crash or not work properly. Once you are able to understand these errors, you will want to know how you can resolve each of them. However, there are endless error codes that may appear on your server and it may be hard to learn every single one of them. This is why we have created a knowledgebase that is full of useful tutorials on what these errors mean, how you can read them, and how you can resolve them.

How to fix out of version plugins errors – Blog

How to fix out of version plugins errors

Note: Since Minecraft began updating from 1.7.4. to 1.8. there has been an extreme amount of fragmentation. This means that there are many different snapshots between 1.7.5. and 1.7.9. that provide partial play ability. You can find a list of the latest...
How to Fix the "Server Connection Timed Out" Error in Minecraft – Blog

How to Fix the "Server Connection Timed Out" Error in Minecraft

Whether you are running a modded or Vanilla Minecraft Server, running into issues with connection can lead to frustration in both you and the players on the server. One of the most common problems server owners run into is being unable to connect due...
How To Fix The Ticking Entity Crash in Minecraft – Blog

How To Fix The Ticking Entity Crash in Minecraft

A Ticking Entity crash will be caused when some form of data, typically a mob or block, in the world becomes corrupted. This will usually be displayed in a crash report as follows: java.lang.nullpointerexception: ticking entity The corruption that can...
How to Read Minecraft Crash Reports – Blog

How to Read Minecraft Crash Reports

Many times when modifying a server you may experience issues with the server crashing. These crashes are generally caused by either mods, the world, or the server jar. When a server crashes, it generates a crash report in the FTP File Access. These crash...
How to Read Minecraft Server Logs – Blog

How to Read Minecraft Server Logs

Many times when modifying a server, you will experience issues with the server crashing. This generates a crash report in the FTP File Access which breaks down why the server crashed. However, sometimes there may not be enough information in the Crash...
Kicked by an Operator Message in Minecraft – Blog

Kicked by an Operator Message in Minecraft

You may have experienced an issue where you or a player cannot join the server due to the error “You have been kicked by an operator”. You may be confused as to why they are getting this error if you have not banned this player. If from your server con...
Minecraft 'Failed to Verify Username' Error – Blog

Minecraft 'Failed to Verify Username' Error

You may have tried to join your Minecraft server and been rejected due to the error “Failed to verify username” or “Invalid Session”. This issue occurs because the client’s launcher failed to authenticate with Mojang’s...
Minecraft Error: Missing Mods In World – Blog

Minecraft Error: Missing Mods In World

Server owners typically encounter this error when running modpacks on their server and switch between various packs. When switching between different versions of the modpack or switching packs, you must also reset the world. If you don’t then you...
Minecraft Server Can't Keep Up – Blog

Minecraft Server Can't Keep Up

Many server owners want to give players the ability to have farms, machines, and even modded items or blocks. Hosting a Minecraft server requires allocated memory, which is used for all in-game activities. Sadly, having too many activities can decrease...
Minecraft Server Can't Keep Up Error – Blog

Minecraft Server Can't Keep Up Error

If you ever run into lots of lag on your server and your server console comes back with the error, “Can’t Keep Up”, this means the performance of your server is seriously struggling. It may become so bad, you may start to notice a time...
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