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Minecraft server commands: the most useful commands

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Using Minecraft server controls, you can adapt the game for participants and monitor compliance with the rules. In this article, we tell you about the most important Minecraft server commands.

If you create a Minecraft server, then you can easily play with your friends as well as a community of players from all over the world. To get the most out of this sandbox game, it is important to know how to manage your Minecraft server. Minecraft server commands are very useful for the smooth running of the game.

Commands are used to administer and optimize the game environment. They concern on the one hand the server and its administration, on the other hand the players and the game itself. Some commands can be performed by all players, while Minecraft-op commands are reserved for Operators only. The operators are generally the owners of the server or of the chosen players, who will ensure that the rules are respected in the game. It is then essential to give the rights to trusted people. These rights are defined by the operators in the file server.properties.

How to enter commands in Minecraft server?

There are several ways to enter commands. Go to your game and open the console using the button [/] or the key [T] (on your controller with Minecraft Bedrock). If you are a beginner, you can enter the command /? which will show you a list of all available console commands.

List of main Minecraft commands for administration

Regarding administration, here are the main Minecraft server commands:

  • /ban (noun) : with this command, you permanently block a user from your server
  • /ban-ip (IP address) : with this command, you permanently block an IP address from your server.
  • /banlist : using this command, you access a list of blocked users or IP addresses.
  • /deop (noun) : With this command you can remove operator rights from a specific player.
  • /kick (noun) (reason) : using this command, you can exclude a player from the server. You just need to enter the player’s name after ordering. You can also enter the reason why you deleted it.
  • /list : This command allows you to display the names of active users on your server.
  • /op (noun) : Using this command you can assign operator rights to another user.
  • /sorry (noun) : This command allows you to unblock a user.
  • /pardon-ip (IP address) : This command allows you to unblock an IP address.
  • /save-all : This command allows you to save your current world on the server.
  • /save-off : this command allows you to disable automatic saving of your world on your server.
  • /do we know : This command automatically saves your world on the server.
  • /setidletimeout (time) : with this command, you decide how long to expel a player from the server in the event of prolonged inactivity.
  • /stop : This command allows you to save your world and stop the server.
  • /whitelist : with this command, you manage the “white” list, which allows you to invite only certain people to enter the game. The settings ‘[add]’ Or ‘[remove]’ allow you to add or remove a nickname. With the parameter ‘[list]’, the names of the players on the whitelist will be displayed. And with the parameter ‘[reload]’, you can reload the list from the server’s ‘whitelist.json’ file.

List of main commands that allow you to modify your world

To modify your world, here are the main Minecraft server commands:

  • /clone : this command allows you to clone a construction to another location in your world.
  • /data : this command allows you to modify the NTB tag of a block, an entity or a variable.
  • /defaultgamemode : Using this command, you can change the game mode of your world. You have the choice between several modes: adventure, creative, spectator and survival.
  • /difficulty : using this command, you can change the difficulty level of the game. You have the choice between several difficulty levels (peaceful, easy, normal and hard).
  • /gamerule : using this command, you can activate or deactivate the rules of your virtual world.
  • /publish : thanks to this command, you open the world in LAN. This allows you to play with your friends and family on this world.
  • /time : This command allows you to change the time in the game. Here are the common settings: 0 (sunrise), 1000 (morning), 6000 (noon), 12000 (sunset), 18000 (night).
  • /weather : this command allows you to modify the weather in the game with the different parameters clear, rain Or thunder. You can also specify the duration of a weather phenomenon.
  • /worldborder : This option allows you to modify the boundaries of your world.

Edit items and entities

Do you want to modify or customize objects or creatures? Here are the Minecraft server commands that will be useful to you:

  • /advancement : thanks to this command, you manage the progress of each player.
  • /attribute : this command allows you to change the attribute of an entity (mob, player or armor carrier).
  • /clear (target) (item) : with this command, you delete items from a player’s inventory.
  • /damage : With this command, you can inflict damage on an entity.
  • /data : with this command, you modify the characteristics of an entity.
  • /experience : this command allows you to give or take away experience points from a player.
  • gamemode : With this command you change the game mode for a participant.
  • /give (target) (item) (number) : with this command, you can give an item to one of the players.
  • /item : using this command, you can replace, modify or copy items within an entity’s inventory.
  • /kill : This command allows you to kill an entity.
  • /spawnpoint : this command allows you to modify the position of a player’s spawn point.
  • /spectate : With this command, you observe the entities in spectator mode.

Commands for datapacks and protocols functions

Here are the most useful Minecraft server commands for your datapacks and protocols.

  • /datapack : this command allows you to manage the different datapacks.
  • /debug : with this command, you can start or stop a debugging session.
  • /help : This command displays a list of available commands.
    /locate : this command allows you to locate an element
  • /reload :thanks to this command, you reload the datapacks
  • /scoreboard : thanks to this command, you can directly manage the players’ points
  • /seed : this command displays the seed of the current world.

How to use Minecraft op and deop server commands?

At the very beginning of the article, we briefly presented the op command. Thanks to this, you can designate another person, who will then be the operator of the server and the game. The selected player is not not necessarily online during the operation. This will then be able to use all the commands of the Minecraft server. To perform this operation, you must enter the following command:

To withdraw these rights, you must enter:

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