In some cases, your server may crash without any explanation or crash report. Often in these situations, it’ll be accompanied by a number such as 1, 137, or 143.
These numbers are standard Error Exit Codes and generally have a specific explanation.
A list of the most popular exit codes may be found below:
|Error||What's going on||What you can do|
|1||Your server’s JAR file is either not named properly, missing, or corrupted.||
Ensure the name of your JAR file matches what is under the
|2||In certain situations this may signify a networking issue.||
Review your console for any error messages mentioning a
If one is present, please contact us.
Otherwise, see if you can find any crash reports.
|125||Your server’s port is not binding properly.
This code may also be accompanied by a
A new IP address will need to be assigned to your server.
Please contact us.
|137||Your server is out of memory (RAM).||
Review the memory usage indicator in the control panel.
Look into ways to lower your memory usage or upgrade your plan.
If your memory usage hasn’t exceeded what’s provided in your plan, please contact us.
|143||Your server was terminated by an external factor.
This error can sometimes occur when a server isn’t responding and you’ve clicked the Stop button several times.
Generally, this error may be ignored.
If the error appears repeatedly or becomes a pattern consider the following:
While very rare, it’s possible you may run into another exit code. Should this occur, try following our steps which you can use to troubleshoot any Minecraft server issue.If you require any further assistance, please contact our support at: https://shockbyte.com/billing/submitticket.php