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I'm an OP on a Minecraft server. When I was fiddling around with commands, I wrote in /stop. I didn't know it would stop the server and now the server won't come back online.
The server owner is never on so he can't do anything. Is there anything I can do to get the server back up? Or do I have to wait for the owner to start it again?

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    When you contact the server owner, ask him to set op-permission-level to 3 in server.properties. This prevents /stop being used from anywhere but the server console itself, without affecting other commands. – MrLemon Jun 26 '16 at 13:05
  • @MrLemon So you are sure that I cannot open it unless the owner does or let's me edit the server setup scripts? – Nick Jun 27 '16 at 9:34
  • Yes, unfortunately for you, NBN-Alex's answer is correct. – MrLemon Jun 27 '16 at 12:30
  • @Nick I belive what MrLemon said in his first comment is a "good idea for the server owner to do" in addition to solving the probelm. (For actual solutions, see answers.) – DJ Pirtu Jun 27 '16 at 13:22
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Unfortanly, the only way to start the server again is to access the PC/server/box that was hosting it. That /stop command is only meant to be used to shutdown the server so the admin can make config changes.

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Well, you can't.

But the owner can do something about it. He can end the process, and start the server, or restart the server. If he cannot do that, that's a crappy hosting.

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