With every update, Minecraft it adds new changes or interesting features to the game and of course most of the players would want to play with the latest update. As a server owner, you will need to update your server to match the latest version. To help you with your effort, this time we show you how you can update your Minecraft server to updated version 1.19.
If you just need help updating your Minecraft client/game version instead of server, see our “How to update to version 1.19.1” guide. Contains steps to Pocket, BaseY java edition.
Minecraft server update to version 1.19
- open your Minecraft server directory.
- Back up (copy and paste to another folder) these important files so you can restore them after the upgrade and don’t need to reconfigure your server settings:
- banned players.txt.
- world folder.
- In case you’re using a batch file script to help start Minecraft (Server_Start.bat, for example), make a backup of that as well.
- Delete all files in the Minecraft server directory.
- Download the latest 1.19 server .jar or .exe files from Minecraft.net or the third-party server file archive site mcversions.net.
- If you’re using mcversions.net, grab one from the Stable Releases column.
- Rename the downloaded 1.19 .jar/.exe file to remove the version number from the end of the new server file.
- Example: “minecraft_server.1.8.jar” should be changed to “minecraft_server.jar”
- Double click and run the new .jar/.exe file to create all the necessary files for the server to function properly.
- Once done, close the server window.
- Restore the backup files from Step 2 to your Minecraft server directory.
- Now open the eula.txt file.
- In Notepad (or other text editor program), change the line “eula=false” to “eula=true”
- Save and exit the text editor.
- Their Minecraft The server should now be updated to version 1.19.
In case you need a little more help, check out The Breakdown video guide below.
Minecraft Realms update to version 1.19
For minecraft kingdoms, simply updating your game will update both your game client and your server. The default setting is for the game to update automatically. But you may have disabled this feature; if so, this is how you can manually update your minecraft kingdoms:
- Start the Platform Minecraft app
- Find the Facilities tab in the top menu and click on it.
- Then select the New Installation option.
- Click the Version Server option.
- Click the Latest Version (1.19) option.
- Then press the Create button in the bottom right corner of the window.
- Return to the main menu of the Platform Minecraft and the Play button.
- the upgrade to Minecraft 1.19 You should start
- Wait until the update is complete.
- Once this is done, your game and server should start at version 1.19. Check the running version of your Minecraft in the lower left corner of the window when you start the game.
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