How to Create a minecraft proxy Server
The Configuration File
apiVersion: mcserverhosting.net/v2 kind: BungeeDeployment
The name of the server
metadata: name: example-server
spec: config: memory: initial: 500M max: 624M network: domainName: routeName: groupID: 1000
The type of proxy
we allow custom minecraft proxy’s to be ran
jar: online: true type: CUSTOM userID: 1001
Let’s make a server directory on your local machine! This way, we can keep the server config file for later adjustments if needed. Right click this link and save this file to your directory!
Make any adjustments you see fit. Once you’re ready, let’s deploy the server!
- Navigate to your working directory by running
mcsh apply -f server.yaml
- Check on the server with
mcsh get pods
If it is showing as creating, you’re on your way to a new minecraft proxy server.
If, for some reason, your server doesn’t get accepted or still shows as pending, check the errors shown when you try to deploy it.
You can see these errors after you run the command or in
mcsh get events. A common one is setting the RAM value to high. Ensure it is within your purchased quota!