Edit: Sorry for the poor title, I accidentally hit post and can't seem to find a method of changing it. I am in the process of updating all of my configuration files since I recently updated a great deal of plug-ins, and while performing this update I ran into a little snag. Recently we've decided to migrate to a new map due to the extensive changes to chunks with the release of 1.2. The move has gone well, but as some of you may know when ever you change the name of your map in server.properties it also attempts to regenerate your Nether and End world. In the past this wasn't a problem because I could simply correct this default behavior with Essentials configuration: But for the life of me I can't seem to find this node in the configuration files of the most recent Essentials version. I would just test this node to see if it still works, but sadly I am currently at work and don't have that option. Basically what I am looking to do is change the world name in the server.properties file to the new world map we are using (It's already generated and in use as a result of a multi-world plug-in I made for the move), but still continue to use our old nether and end. So to explain even more clearly; our map names are as follows: Genesis (normal old map) genesis_nether (nether map) genesis_end (end map) Valhalla (normal new map) And we want to end up with the following configuration: Valhalla (normal new map) genesis_nether (nether map) genesis_end (end map) Does anyone have a suggestion of how to best handle this without causing any corruption? If I recall correctly from past experiences simply cutting and pasting the content of the world files isn't a good idea because world name specific information is stored in the files inside the world directories, so I would rather get essentials/bukkit to acknowledge the world under it's real name, and not by "ghetto rigging" it. If anyone has experience with this matter I would be extremely grateful to hear it. Thank you in advance to anyone and everyone who assist with this topic, have a wonderful day!