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Java.io.IOException: No space left on device — Minecraft modded server error


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Good afternoon!

 

We are a bunch of friends trying to start a modded minecraft server. We rented a 12 GB RAM server, started it and weve been playing totally fine for 2-3 weeks until today. The server seems to have crashed and we have no clue how to start it again. Any help would be appreciated. It seems to be related to "MC-BOOTSTRAP" and  "java.io.IOException: No space left on device".

Heres the debug log.

https://gist.github.com/javs282/7ea2b282a7d44ee99a641caab1d09bc1

Thanks again.

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Hello again! Back with how everything ended in case anyone got the same error.

We talked to the support team of our server provider and they decided to move our data and change our IP. I guess that kinda changes the hardware too? Again, I dont have much idea about all of this and the support team didnt explain it either. Anyway, they did that and problem solved. Im guessing they moved our minecraft server to another host with more space or something.

Best of all, we can keep playing our world! I dont know if the corruption is not game breaking or if its something that we will have to deal with down the line, but as of right now, no problem at all.

Thanks again for the help!

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