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My brother used /particle to put particles in my Minecraft server and they won't go away. I can't even get into my server because it lags so much.

  • Maybe a good idea could be to reduce your particle amount in the config. There's a button for particles, four types of amounts. The last amount is no particles. – spund3 Mar 16 '16 at 18:32
  • Also, you can restart the server. – spund3 Mar 16 '16 at 18:35
  • I have tried restarting the server, and I don't have a no particles, it only goes down to minimum particles. – Jonathan VanRy Mar 18 '16 at 15:58
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Prevent lag by doing the following, you can remove the large particle in there!

  1. Change your particles to "Minimal"

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  1. Enter to your server
  2. Try to remove the large particles that your brother did.
  3. Done!
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Well, the problem may be in the number of particle you've set. If you had put like 100000 particle for each redstone signal plus relied this to a very fast redstone clock, your world will surely lag. I don't really know if this will work, but you can use McEdit, an editing program for Minecraft; if it's working, delete any part of the system. I hope this will help you.

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  • There is no clock, he just activated it once and the particles won't go away, I've tried loading it in MCEdit and it crashes that too. – Jonathan VanRy Mar 18 '16 at 15:59
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Is your world important? The easiest solution here would be just to simply delete your world files and regenerate them.

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  • This is a world on a server I am running for a large group of people, and most of them have pretty cool creations, so I don't think I could reset it. – Jonathan VanRy Mar 19 '16 at 15:00

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