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I'm using Bukkit for a personal Minecraft Server. The problem is that the map have something wrong with biomes... see for yourself:

Map stripes and squares from dynmap In-game screenshot

Why these stripes and squares of different biomes?
How do I regenerate the map without this?

More info:
CraftBukkit version: 1.6.2-R1.0-b2879.
Plugins: dynmap, MOTDColor.

This is a multiplayer private server hosted on my machine (playing with friends) and I just created it

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  • We're going to need a lot more context. Can we get a list of your plugins, your CraftBukkit version, whether this is a one-player private server or mutliplayer private server, whether you have updated CraftBukkit or any plugins recently, how many players have op-level command permission, whether you have WorldEdit installed, and anything else you can think of that could describe your server's situation? Commented Sep 11, 2013 at 20:05
  • Sorry, you're right. CraftBukkit version: 1.6.2-R0.1-b2838jnks. Plugins: dynmap, MOTDColor. This is a multiplayer private server hosted on my machine (playing with friends) and I just created it.
    – Oneiros
    Commented Sep 11, 2013 at 20:09
  • Sorry, I meant to say, can you please add such information to the question. :) Commented Sep 11, 2013 at 20:09
  • Also, can I ask why you're using an old beta build (2838) instead of the latest recommended build (2879)? Commented Sep 11, 2013 at 20:11
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    Have you confirmed that this striping exists in the world itself, (IE walking/flying there in game,) and not just in dynmap?
    – dlras2
    Commented Sep 11, 2013 at 20:14

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If you wish to not create another world, you can delete the chunks using McEdit and then start your server back up again. This will reload the chunks again according to the seed of the map.

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Create a map by yourself, without using BUKKIT or other kind of servers.

Create a map in single player, "create new world", etc. Then copy your world.save from your .minecraft folder ([...]\Roaming.minecraft\saves) and paste in your server folder, but rename it to what it was firstly (if the "corrupted world" is named "world", rename your new world you made in minecraft to "world" too).

Thats a simple thing you can do to stop doing that.

If the problem continues, the error is in your server, sorry; try to update the server again or update the plugins (or do the both).

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