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Victim of my own success

I managed to almost kill my family and friends minecraft server over the weekend, it was just so slow.. Blocks were really laggy, and I could walk twice as fast as the minecart would go.

I set all my settings to basic, rebooted my computer, rebooted the server, built a new server and put the world on that, it was still the same, when I logged in the Java/Minecraft process went to 98.7% CPU utilization.

Lizzie logged in and said it was fine for her. I went for a walk to another part of the map and found it was much better after a while.

I went back to our first village and it slowed again.

I was a victim of my own success!

While building and testing an automatic fishing farm, I left minecraft logged in running all night. I was still in range of the first village’s automatic chicken farm, where all the eggs are collected and fired back out to spawn more chickens. I had to painstakingly walk there getting slower and slower as I approached and slaughter over 800 chickens. I was literally at 1fps at the start, and finished back on a more reasonable 12-15 fps.

There’s now a switch that stops the eggs being dispensed. 🙂20140730-092828-34108256.jpg

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2 thoughts on “Victim of my own success”

  1. Nicholas BIckerton says:

    WOW, the chicken farm is certainly working well! How is the iron farm going?

    1. Mark says:

      Slowly, but it is getting there. I’ve made a stairway up to trade with the villagers.

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