Need a Minecraft server? BeastNode offers the highest performance servers with DDoS protection!

Shop for plans now


Server Crash / Port Bind Errors

In certain situations where your server is overloaded or simply just bugged due to plugins and/or Minecraft itself, the server may crash. You may get some large error logs or simply a port bind error. To fix these issues, simply login to your BeastNode Panel and click the Restart button.

Was this answer helpful?

 Print this Article

Also Read

Failed to check session lock

Failed to check session lock errors can occur randomly and usually begin with this...

Troubleshoot Lag Problems with Spigot

With Spigot, it is possible to pin-point potential causes of lag on your server by using the...

Server Not Starting - "Caused by: com.google.gson.stream.MalformedJsonException"

With the update to UUID's in 1.7.9, Minecraft also updated the file formats used for the OPs,...

Read Timed Out Errors

Read timed out errors are like a server crash in that you cannot join your server any longer, but...

Chunk Corruption Errors

[INFO] Chunk (42, -2) stored at (35, -28) [SEVERE] java.lang.Throwable[SEVERE] at...