You can find all configuration files inside the “config” folder.
Most configuration files will make use of the HOCON format.
What You Can Configure¶
Plugins will also have their own configuration files in the “config” folder.
There are three types of world configs:
Global configuration files can affect all of a server’s worlds and dimensions. This is the default level for configs. Dimension configuration files are used to affect a certain dimension or group of worlds. These types of configs will override the global config files. World configuration files are used to modify individual worlds only. World configs override dimension and global configs.
Modifying the Config In-Game¶
It is possible to modify these configs through the in-game command
/sponge config. The syntax for the config
command looks like this:
/sponge config <flag> <key> <value>
There are flags for specifying the target that you would wish to change. These flags are global, dimension, and world.
-gis the flag for global
-d <dim>targets a dimension (replacing <dim> with the dimension you want to configure)
-w <world>targets one world (replacing <world> with your chosen world).
The key is the value you want to change. The value is whatever you want to change the value of the key to.
Here is an example of this command in action:
/sponge config -d minecraft:nether logging.chunk-load true
This will set the config to log when chunks are loaded for the nether.
If you need to check the value of a key, you would need to omit the value. Checking the value of a key such as
logging.chunk-load in the nether would be done like so:
/sponge config -d minecraft:nether logging.chunk-load
Saving a World Config¶
Saving a world config to the file may be desired after making modifications. This would be useful in the event of an
unexpected server crash. This would be done by using the
/sponge save command on the sponge server. The syntax for
this command is similar to the config command:
/sponge save <flag>
Here is an example for saving the global config:
/sponge save -g
Reloading a World Config¶
Sometimes it may be desired that a world config is reloaded while the server is still running. This would be useful if
you have made changes to the local config file and would like to reload it for use on the live server. This is made
possible by the command
/sponge reload. The syntax for the command is as follows:
/sponge reload <flag>
Here is an example of reloading the end world config file:
/sponge reload -d minecraft:the_end