Resetting your Minefort server
There are several reasons why you might want to reset your Minefort server:
- To clear out old or unwanted data: Over time, your server can accumulate a large amount of data in the form of player builds, entities, and other items. Resetting the server can help to clear out this data and free up space;
- To start fresh with a new map: Sometimes you may want to start a new world with different settings, biomes, or resources. In this case, resetting the server is a way to do this;
- To fix issues with the current world: If your server is experiencing issues such as lag, crashes, or corruption, resetting the server can help to resolve these issues;
- To make changes to the rules or plugin: Sometimes, there is a need to change the rules of the server, or the plugins that the server is running. Resetting the server can allow for these changes to be made;
- To change the theme or objective: Sometimes players may want to change the theme of the server or the objective of the game. Resetting the server can allow this change to happen;
It's worth noting that resetting a Minecraft server will erase all player data, inventory and progress, and will require players to start again in the new world.
In order to reset your Minefort server, you will need to do the following:
- Log in to your Minefort account;
- Head to the "My Servers" page in your Minefort dashboard;
- Press the "Wake up server" button and wait for your server to download;
- Once you are in your server panel, press the "Files" tab located under your server name and IP;
- Now, click the button with the three dots;
- From the dropdown menu, press "Reset Server";
- In the pop-up window, press "Confirm".