[Server] start failed 1

Every time I try to start a server I get the error message “start failed 1”.
Please help me!

For us to help you, we need to know more info, such as the logs. There is a log at /var/log/mineos.log that you can upload to an external site (such as PasteBin) and link to here (well, in your next post) and there’s also a log in /var/games/minecraft/servers/[servername]/logs/latest.log that you can also upload and link to here.


Thank you for teh fast reply.
The mineos.log is uploaded here.
The latest.log of my Lobby can be found here

Misspoke, saw there was no jar, thenyou got a bukkit jar or spigot then you were not configured to run it so java said stop.

How about you get a vanilla server running first? Then a forge with mods? that will give you the experience to mess with a spigot. Not sure what you see in the logs but what it says you need to read some documents.


what failed? Caused by: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.bukkit.Server.getOnlinePlayers()[Lorg/bukkit/entity/Player;


[10:42:07] [pool-3-thread-2/WARN]: org.apache.commons.lang.UnhandledException: Plugin LogBlock v1.94 generated an exception while executing task 6

Good Luck!

@tNt: he is running a version of bukkit, and it is one of the plugins that are crashing.

@Steffyfensky: Disable your plugin “LogBlock v1.94”. It is faulting while running. The crash of this plugins stops your server from starting, and repports an error to MineOS.

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Either that or use an alternative to LogBlock, such as CoreProtect; it works better (in my opinion).

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Prob you guys are understanding something wrong.
I’ve already got an existing fullyfunctunally Server Network, but I can’t start my Servers about MineOS.
Actually I’m “switchwing” from Putty to MineOS to control my Servers easyer.
As you can see, the Bungeecord Server isn’t starting too and there are no plugins so LogBlock shouldn’t be the problem, right? :confused:

What distro have you installed on?

Also, do the logs report you’re using root as your user? If so, it’s likely permissions. You shouldn’t be using root, but instead an unprivileged user when running Minecraft servers.

Getting a vanilla server is a great baseline to see where problems lie. Running as root causes it’s own problems and you’ll likely need to chown all your servers to another user (mc if you’re using Turnkey, or the one that you chose upon install if another distro).

Is it right to say that zero of your servers are working at the moment?

What does this mean, ‘switchwing (sic?) from putty to MineOS’?

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So the claim is LogBlock is not installed?

Monetizing MineOS? OK.

Sir Hexparrot is too nice here to say CMOD/permissions are the issue. Of course he is correct. So since the real issue is permissions of MineOS as shipped is the issue, let Steffyfensky change them as he wishes so he can make his coin. Or not.

Best regards to all