I recently started playing on a private smp server with a couple of friends. I went fairly far out (about 8000 to 10000 blocks) and built a pretty detailed house that I was proud of. I used /spawnpoint to set my home at my newly built house (we agreed we were allowed to use this), and didn't think much of it. Fast forward to a couple days later, I was killed near my house thinking I would be teleported back to my comfy living room- I was wrong. I was teleported back to spawn, 10000 blocks away, with only faint recollection of my coordinates. For some reason it said my spawnpoint was destroyed despite me using the command. I tried looking for it all day with no luck. Is there any way to find it? Weather it be a command, server logs, or even some sort of hack client. I run the server with puTTY so I have the console on my cpu. The server is on 1.13.2. I don't really know what I'm doing as I'm very new to this, so a detailed explanation on what to do would help, and I apologize if I phrased anything wrong.
I dunno if chat is recorded in some file, but you could check the logs. It should indicate the command you used as well as any status message related to executing it. Finding it could be a real challenge, however.
Place the .zip in the Minutor folder and then unzip it to that folder.
Put a shortcut to Minutor.exe on your desktop.
Set the shortcut to run as administrator (not that it matters since you won't be writing anything to disk).
If you select Fille>Open world you will get a whole screen full of all the worlds in your .minecraft/saves folder.
It you are like me and use Game directories you should click on File> Open... or Ctrl-O and point Minutor at the Game directory>Saves>(desired world).
Note: I don't know where server worlds are stored so you may have to adjust the above to suit your situation.
Below is a Minutor map of my Zero Seed world in 1.13.2.
You can see my base to the east of the X shaped double ravine.
You can also see a small village near the river to the left of bottom center.
Minutor ONLY maps world chunks that have been created during play and shows any changes/constructions made by players.
Use View> Entity Overlay to turn on any of four overlays to show Hostile Mobs, Passive Mobs, Items, and Other things.
You can zoom in quite close and examine individual blocks.
Also you can change the Y value and look at individual layers of the world.
For you, to find your house, it might be helpful to change to lighting mode (Ctrl-L) to give you a night view.
If the area around your house has torches around it it will be easier to find.