Hi, i've been playing for about two weeks on this server and i've never changed anything to it in the settings. Since about a day or two ago my server kept crashing at random times i'm not sure if the world is corrupt or some of the mods aren't working properly.
crash logs: https://pastebin.com/EDisNC6K
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I've been running a server for myself and a couple friends on an old laptop for about a month now, and about a week or 2 ago, my laptop froze and I had to abruptly shut it down. I backed up the server and flashed the laptops storage afterwards to get rid of anything that could slow it down or cause it to freeze. When I loaded the server back on to the laptop and logged in, some chunks have either been lowered, raised, have incorrect terrain and sometimes a long line of about 10-15 chunks have a hard time loading but return after some time. But after these missing chunks load back, it will return in a different location in the world.
This is probably a long shot, but is there a way to copy all the player made changes (ie, builds, mines, machines, ect), restart the world with the same seed, then paste all the changes back into the new world? If not, is there other ways to fix these issues without completely starting over?
Note: I couldn't find the missing chunk error while collecting screenshots, so I pulled a picture from google that resembles my issue
Edit: I have found the missing chunks error some time after posting this thread. Google image has been removed and has been replaced with link to my screenshot
So I was playing 1.1.1 with a friend the other day on LAN for a while. We managed to get some engines and a quarry etc set up and then all of a sudden, every single red alloy wire decided to turn itself horizontal, irrespective of position relative to other wires. This was most frustrating as even if we picked up the wire and placed it back, it did the same thing and the signal would not travel. Does anyone know the issue and have a solution?