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I have BungeeCord server for 1.8. I wants to have a fallback server and a normal server. I configure the server part part of config.yml file like this:

servers:
  -lobby:
    motd: 'Welcome to My Server'
    address: 192.168.0.112:25565
    restricted: false
  -fallback:
    motd: 'Server is currently in Fallback mode'
    address: 192.168.0.112:25580
    restricted: false

Now when I run this command : /server fallback it tells me This server doesn't exist. I don't know what happened there, maybe there are a syntax error. Is there any way to prevent this? Thanks.

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  • Did you restart the bungeecord service after making the change? Bungeecord is a bit sucky in that it does not have an online reload that actually works reliably.
    – Zoredache
    Dec 8, 2015 at 17:42
  • I know it's buggy, I shut down the server already but still can connect to it. Seems like it doesn't have any change after I restarted it. I even restarted my computer and even reinstalled BungeeCord, still doesn't work. Maybe I needs to change a server.
    – Tom Shen
    Dec 9, 2015 at 10:16

2 Answers 2

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That is not how YAML syntax works. Change it to this:

servers:
  lobby:
    motd: 'Welcome to My Server'
    address: 192.168.0.112:25565
    restricted: false
  fallback:
    motd: 'Server is currently in Fallback mode'
    address: 192.168.0.112:25580
    restricted: false

-is only used in lists, for example;

array:
  - 'string one'
  - 'string two'
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At the servers list you need without "-". Now with your config your servers are -lobby and -factions , so you don't need them. You can view a list of servers at /glist or /server. This is your new config:

servers:

lobby:

motd: 'Welcome to My Server'

address: 192.168.0.112:25565

restricted: false

fallback:

motd: 'Server is currently in Fallback mode'

address: 192.168.0.112:25580

restricted: false

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