A quick start to get you generating Iris worlds in no-time!
Iris is version Dependent. That means X.X.X-1.19.2 only runs on 1.19.2 Servers and not on other Minecraft versions, like 1.19.3!
Iris updates are released frequently. Unlike most plugins, updating Iris may cause more issues than that it resolves.
In general, you should only update the plugin or pack when you are ready to create a new world, and delete old ones.
This means that if you want to update your server to a new Minecraft version, it is usually a good idea to uninstall Iris and just use the world as it is currently pregenerated, with a border around it (since any further chunks will no longer be Iris)
Of course, only use the latest Iris version available for your server version.
- Start the server.
- Wait. Iris will restart the server to install the pack. You may need to manually start it again.
- Make sure it all went right, by reading above the Iris logo in the console, and making sure the number of loaded
Custom Biomesis at least 70. This number can vary, but less is likely a problem.
- 1.Stop the server
- 2.Navigate to the folder of your main world (usually just the
- 3.Move the
datapacksfolder from that folder -> to the folder with the name of the world you created with
- 4.Next, open your
server.propertiesfile and search for
worldwith the name of your Iris world (where you just moved the
- 6.If you want to keep your current end or nether, you need to rename the
world_the_endfolders to be
newnamewith the name of the world you created with
/iris create). Otherwise, a new nether and end will be generated.
- 7.Start the server
There are multiple options to access and manage worlds. We suggest Essentials or MyWorlds.
Multiverse is not supported. Multiverse uses outdated methods to initialize worlds, and does not allow developers to run code before initializing the world, which is in conflict with the way Iris has to generate worlds. MyWorlds is our suggested alternative.
- The Volmit Software Team