How to Increase Item Stack Limits

Rust’s default item stack limit is 100; however, some users may wish to increase this value, for example: modded servers who have increased their Gather Rates.

In order to increase your Rust server’s item stack limit, you will need to take a few steps. This article is here to help guide you through these steps.

Installing the Plugin

  1. Install Oxide on your server. Oxide is a Rust mod that allows you to install plugins on your server. You can find a tutorial here.
  2. Download the Stack Size Controller plugin by AnExiledDev; located here. The file should download as StackSizeController.cs.
  3. Log into your server's directory. If you are unsure how, you can find a guide here.
  4. Upload the file StackSizeController.cs you downloaded earlier to the sub-directory /oxide/plugins.
  5. Restart your server. You should now have the Plugin installed and ready to use.

Adjusting The Stack limits

You can view a full list of commands provided by the Rust Plugin Stack Size Controller here; to get you started, here are a few basic ones!

Command Permission Description
stacksizecontroller.setallstacks <stack multiplier> stacksizecontroller.setallstacks Sets the stack multiplier of every category to the defined multiplier
stacksizecontroller.listcategories stacksizecontroller.listcategories List the available categories names
stacksizecontroller.setstackcat <category name> <stack multiplier> stacksizecontroller.setstackcat Sets the stack multiplier of a defined category to the defined multiplier
stacksizecontroller.listcategoryitems <category name> stacksizecontroller.listcategoryitems List all items in the defined category name
stacksizecontroller.setstack <item shortname or id> <stack limit or multiplier> stacksizecontroller.setstack Sets the stack multiplier or the stack limit of the defined item to the defined value

Now that some basic commands are covered, here is how to use them in your Multicraft panel.

  1. Navigate to your server's control panel. Then on the left-hand side click Console
  2. Enter the command you wish to use, for example: stacksizecontroller.setallstacks 500 and press Enter.


And that's it! You’re player’s will now be able to stack their items up to stacks of 50000.

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Mitchell Smith

Managing Director @ Shockbyte

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