I'm running a small tekkit classic server with a few friends and I made an EMC farm that admittedly works too well. After turning off the server and coming back on the next day, it's horrendously laggy. I know it's the machine that's creating too many entities but it's so laggy I can hardly make it to the machine to break it and wait for the items to de-spawn. Unless I stop it, there will be no chance to turn off the machine. Is there any console command I should know about with the tekkit classic server commands, or what can I do? (P.S. There are more entities spawning than de-spawn so waiting it out won't work.)

  • Do you have any plugins installed? Jul 8 '16 at 14:34

If you are in 1.8+, you can also use vanilla commands:

/kill @e[type=Item,r=500]

r is the radius. @e is entity.

  • The version I'm running from technicpack is 3.1.2, a dumb question but will that still work?
    – Eyesaac
    Jul 8 '16 at 14:17
  • When typed into the cmd it just says that I can only perform this command as a player.
    – Eyesaac
    Jul 8 '16 at 14:19
  • Well, you can't type it into the server-prompt, if that's what you are asking. there are methods to do this, but i don't know them. the radius is evaluated based on your current position, so to use it you must be ingame. However, you could use a clocked commandblock, which will perform just as well :) and as long as your Minecraft version is 1.8 or beyond, it will work. I don't know which Minecraft versions are supported by tekkit 3.1.2, but if you press F3 ingame and look in the top left corner, it will give you your MC version.
    – Aprillomat
    Jul 8 '16 at 14:42

With WorldEdit, you can remove dropped items with the command /remove items (radius) Hope that helps you in solving your problem.

  • Unknown command when I put it in the console or in chat ( I am an OP too )
    – Eyesaac
    Jul 8 '16 at 12:49

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