If you ever need to go back in time with your Minecraft server world, you can do so using one of the world backups.
Our systems automatically take a backup of your world once every day, if you would like more frequent backups than that, you can set them up by using the steps found in our guide:
How to: Setup Scheduled Tasks on Your Server
Restoring a World From a Backup
Log into Multicraft and stop your server.
Before you begin restoring from backups, we would highly recommend renaming your world folder so that it doesn't cause unexpected results. We usually add
old_to the start of each world name before restoring. So if you're world name was
worldwe would change it to
old_world. For information on how you can rename your world folder, you can read our guide about how to use FTP file access:
How To: Use FTP to Upload and Download Files
Backupfrom the menu on the left side of the screen.
Restorebutton on the left side of the screen where the menu was.
Select which backup you would like to restore from the list and then select
Restoreat the far right of the list.
Confirm that you want the action to take place by pressing
OKin the popup that appears.
Wait for the restoring to finish. You can see if it is finished by going to
Consoletab of the Multicraft system.
Once the restoring has finished, you can start your server.
Further Reading & External Links
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