Super lag on bukkit server

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by electriclzombie, Jan 3, 2012.

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    I have a server with my brother and if you are around one of a certain area on an x axis then most of the time you lag so much that you can't move and nothing gets updated (for example the text of other players) at all and you have to force quit out of minecraft. Then when you log back in you have only a second to type /spawn to get out of that area before you start lagging again and are unable to do anything. Any ideas on what may be causing this?

    The server is running on an iMac with Lion with x64 with the java being 64-bit with version 1.6.0_29
    We are not running any wrappers and have CraftBukkit version 1.0.0-R1
    To Run the server we are using the command:
    "java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar craftbukkit-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT.jar"
    However it is very strange because we are not getting any errors and nothing appears unusual in the server.log
    We have tried multiple things like taking out some of the plugins and seeing if that would fix it, but that doesn't seem to affect it.

    Bukkit Plugins That We Have:
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    1st - you might want to remove your Xms parameter, so your start line looks like:
    java -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT

    And if you are talking about Client lag, you might want to check if there aren't many Exp Orbs there. If someone high-levelled died in a certain place, many, many Exp Orbs will be dropped.
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    Its definitely not Exp Orbs causing it but ill try the removing xms parameter.
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    removing the x parameter didn't work
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    This sounds like something on your map. Must likely a lot of items dropped in an area. Auto cactus farm perhaps ? or some red stone construction that's lagging the hell out of the server in that area.

    Its probably a lot of items that are dropped using an auto cactus farm or similar. Try get the worldguard plugin and then use the "/remove items -1" command and it should remove all items that are dropped and stop the lag for long enough for you to find out what is causing it.
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    could be anything to exxessive drops in the area to world corruption
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    sorry i dont understand your question can you use other words to ask that question or give me more info ?
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    He was not asking a question, he was saying that the issue could be world or entity related.

    @ Original Post - Please zip your world and upload it to, then send me the link. Thanks
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    Pezmantbh is one of the most useful people here ;)
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