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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.

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