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    posted a message on Console and block lag

    Problem solved!


    I change my java arguments from:

    -Xmx4G -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:+CMSIncrementalMode -XX:-UseAdaptiveSizePolicy -Xmn512M

    to:

    -Xmx2G -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:+CMSIncrementalMode -XX:-UseAdaptiveSizePolicy -Xmn128M

    and all of my issues disappeared! Thank you so much! I'm assuming it had something to do with the "-Xmn512M" part as I swear I used to be able to crank up the "-Xmx2G" value as much as I wanted in the past, but I just wont touch the values anymore until I've done some research.


    The command problems must have also been related to this as I did have cheat mode enabled, but they have also gone into the realm of nonexistence. So thank you!

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Console and block lag

    Hi! I haven't played Minecraft for a while now, but I decided to start again, but I ran into an issue...

    When I create a new world and begin to mine some trees, the block will disappear, but no sound is played and no drop is given. If I wait a few seconds (sometimes minutes) the block will eventually drop. I did not used to have this problem so I found it incredibly annoying. In creative mode, I can break the blocks and a sound is played, but if I try to place one no sound.

    I also discovered that if I attempt to type in any commands (eg: /gamemode 1) they don't appear in chat, they don't auto-complete if I use tab, and they don't actually work. This is also the case with any chat message I type out.

    The game will run at sometimes over 200fps (usually between 100fps and 150fps) so I don't think this could be a hardware issue...but I haven't been able to rule it out.

    Both of these problems occur in singleplayer worlds, and I haven't tried to connect to any multiplayer worlds to see if they still happen in a server.


    Any information on how to solve this or why this is happening would be appreciated!


    System information(I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but just in case):

    CPU: AMD FX-6300 Vishera

    RAM: 12GB Total, 4GB to 8GB dedicated to Minecraft USUALY

    Graphics cards: 2 * Nvidia GTX 960 SSC (These are running in SLI, on "NVIDIA Recommended" setting in the NVIDIA Control panel)

    Java version: jre 1.8.0_74 (64 bit)

    Minecraft version: 1.8.9

    OS and OS Build: Windows 10, Build 10586.104

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Mojang server "Can't keep up", my server works well

    The problem is that your trying to run two servers at once.


    Your multiplayer server is running all the time(I assume), and is taking up memory and CPU power. Since you run it from your own computer, you don't need to take extra resources from your computer in order to play once you have logged into your server.


    However, singleplayer Minecraft runs a local server on your computer for a world once you load that world, and no one else can access that server unless you open it up to the rest of your personal network(using the "Open To LAN" feature when you pause the game). This means that Minecraft needs to take more memory and CPU power to generate, store, and display information, than it does when you log into your multiplayer server.


    I know you've fixed your issue now that you allocated more memory to Minecraft, but I thought you might want to know why you needed to do that.


    Happy mining!

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on StarQuest [Starships][Planets][Space][Ranks][Towns][Factions][PvP][Economy][Trading]
    Your IGN: Coolguy18999

    Where did you hear about the server: The Minecraft Forum's homepage

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    What's our policy on raging: DONT DO IT
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