villager shutting down my server!

Discussion in 'Spigot Help' started by ReiMaromba, Jan 21, 2020.

  1. After updating to version 1.15.1 my server started to shut down on its own, after analyzing the logs I realized that the villagers are being responsible ....
    the bottom follows a link from the log

    https://pastebin.com/YSdZ9g7R

    Help Plis!!!
     
  2. Hi, did you try to recreate a world ?
     
  3. Use the kill command to kill every villager
     
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  4. Just enable timings and then post us link to that, maybe problem is more complicated
     
  5. md_5

    Administrator Developer

    Try without plugins
     
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  6. Similar to as @Maxx_Qc suggested ...

    The affected villager is identified in your server log, which happens to be close to 'rogerbraw's and 'ReOffSpark6's location.
    Code (Text):
    Details:
        Entity Type: minecraft:villager (net.minecraft.server.v1_15_R1.EntityVillager)
        Entity ID: 395
        Entity Name: E9
        Entity's Exact location: 76917.60, 97.00, 61098.70
        Entity's Block location: World: (76917,97,61098), Chunk: (at 5,6,10 in 4807,3818; contains blocks 76912,0,61088 to 76927,255,61103), Region: (150,119; contains chunks 4800,3808 to 4831,3839, blocks 76800,0,60928 to 77311,255,61439)
        Entity's Momentum: 0.00, -0.08, 0.00
        Entity's Passengers: []
        Entity's Vehicle: ~~ERROR~~ NullPointerException: null
    Stacktrace:
        at net.minecraft.server.v1_15_R1.World.a(World.java:718)
        at net.minecraft.server.v1_15_R1.WorldServer.doTick(WorldServer.java:395)
    -- Affected level --
    Details:
        All players: 5 total; [EntityPlayer['rogerbraw'/388, l='mundo', x=76923.76, y=97.00, z=61088.16](rogerbraw at 76923.76486892274,97.0,61088.15988119781), EntityPlayer['abryel'/451, l='mundo', x=37717.74, y=63.00, z=80890.85](abryel at 37717.74125670273,63.0,80890.84947378379), EntityPlayer['Artic'/565, l='mundo', x=21938.09, y=64.17, z=99576.37](Artic at 21938.087761637813,64.16610926093821,99576.36571943811), EntityPlayer['TFrastBR'/874, l='mundo', x=41805.42, y=79.75, z=99147.14](TFrastBR at 41805.41849494529,79.7531999805212,99147.13944029389), EntityPlayer['ReOffSpark6'/664, l='mundo', x=76924.98, y=97.00, z=61088.72](ReOffSpark6 at 76924.980313448,97.0,61088.723350871616)]
     

    Ensure that 'rogerbraw' and 'ReOffSpark6' does not join the server, and remove the offending Villager.

    You may then have 'rogerbraw' or 'ReOffSpark6' rejoin to see if the problem is resolved.

    As md_5, suggested, a plugin may be the initial cause of the problem, and may replace the deleted Villager!
    In which case you will need to identify the offending plugin and find a solution for why it is going wrong.