Run trouble

Discussion in 'Server & Community Management' started by SunnyMania, Mar 25, 2020.

  1. Hello, I apologize for the basic of my English, I am not from America Lately it gives me these error lines on my server and I am not a programmer, so I have no idea what to do, I need help please, it gives the error every time I try to start it, the server has 12 ram and about 34 configured plugins although I don't think that's the problem

    This is the log

    5.03 22:11:14 [Multicraft] Server stopped 25.03 22:11:19
    [Multicraft] Loading server properties 25.03 22:11:19
    [Multicraft] Starting server! 25.03 22:11:19
    [Multicraft] Loaded config for "Spigot-1.14.4" 25.03 22:11:19
    [Multicraft] Updating eula.txt file 25.03 22:11:19 [
    Server] INFO Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM warning: ignoring option MaxPermSize=128M; support was removed in 8.0 25.03 22:11:19
    [Server] INFO Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM warning: INFO: os::commit_memory(0x00000006c0000000, 4294967296, 0) failed; error='Cannot allocate memory' (errno=12) 25.03 22:11:19
    [Server] INFO # 25.03 22:11:19
    [Server] INFO # There is insufficient memory for the Java Runtime Environment to continue. 25.03 22:11:19 [Server] INFO # Native memory allocation (mmap) failed to map 4294967296 bytes for committing reserved memory. 25.03 22:11:19
    [Server] INFO # An error report file with more information is saved as: 25.03 22:11:19
    [Server] INFO # /hs_err_pid7178.log 25.03 22:11:19
    [Multicraft] Server shut down (starting) 25.03 22:11:19
    [Multicraft] Restarting crashed server in 5 seconds 25.03 22:11:19
    [Multicraft] Looks like a crash, check the server console. Return value: 1 25.03 22:11:19
    [Multicraft] Server stopped
  2. Try lowering the ram
  3. You're allocating more RAM than you have available
  4. How I can lower the ram?
  5. Post your start.bat or file
    The flags that control how much ram you allocate are -Xms and -Xmx . Xms controls the pre-allocated (initial) ram and Xmx controls the maximum amount of ram your JVM will use.
  6. where is this file
  7. Its inside your main folder, the folder that contains your server.jar and plugins subfolder. That .bat (windows) or .sh (linux) file is used to run your server
  8. I used multicraft console and fillezilla, in the main carpet anyone file its .bat, just .yml
    and the files that contents is:
  9. Check your multicraft panel for memory allocation settings, you're trying to allocate more ram to the JVM than the amount that is available in your machine. I'm not experienced in the multicraft panel myself to be able to help you that much with the process of finding where your memory allocation settings are. If you manage to find the start file you will need to lower your -Xms and -Xmx (if existent) flags to an amount that is available to your machine.
  10. Any guy tell me the trouble its about server computers, I say, the computer where server is hosted

    Thanks 4 yur help

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