Version: Minecraft Java Edition, 1.15.2, server

Is there a console command, or area on the Debug screen, for querying how many total, already been generated and stored chunks which make up the entire current Minecraft world?

I know there are Minecraft Commands around querying for on chunks which are currently loaded, but not total generated.


To answer my own Question, there isn't a vanilla Minecraft Command to retrieve the total chunks that have already been generated by the server.jar.

There is, however, MCA Selector. It's a tool which can be used to edit a Minecraft world with a top-down view. MCA Selector also has a readout of block and chunk coordinates which can be used to derive the area of chunks generated previously.

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