Import Existing Minecraft World?

  • Last Post 15 October 2020
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thebjornlegacy posted this 14 October 2020

Howdy again,

I have an existing minecraft world and server properties file, how can I import that into the new minecraft instance? Otherwise, how can I create a new instance using that world and prop file?

Also another question, how can I increase the amount of physical (and virtual) ram available to my instance? Likewise for CPU and SWAP file limits.

Another another question, the in-game chat seems to be disabled. How can I reenable it?

Last question: what are the default options AMP passes to the java executable? And does AMP automatically use the server Java resources or the default ones?


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thebjornlegacy posted this 15 October 2020

Miraculously the search bar now works after several attempts... I swear I'm going crazy :) Please make a "No Results" search result, that's why I thought it wasn't working haha

Thanks for the info!

Mike posted this 15 October 2020

Once you type into the search box it populates the search results. It's text-field as-is.

Hitting edit on schedule triggers is an overwrite (for now) - your changes are saved and the trigger will fire correctly, it just won't show you that when you hit edit again.

thebjornlegacy posted this 15 October 2020

I would definitely use the search box, but it doesn't load anything when I click the magnifying glass lol

My advanced interval seems to not save the interval I select, and upon editing again, reverts to the default 5 min interval...

I just installed AMP so I'm not sure if it was always like this. Is there anything I can do to fix this short of a reinstall?

Mike posted this 14 October 2020

Type the word import into the top right search box within AMP :)

Then type the word memory in.

Then try the word java and take a look at the support tab.

The search box in AMP is your friend.