Minecraft High Performance Redstone Server

This is a project I’ve been working on for the past few months, and a lot of the people here already know about it. Lemme just copy the readme xd

Minecraft High-Performance Redstone Server

Build Status License: MIT Crates.io

A Minecraft creative server built for redstone. Each 256x256 plot runs on a separate thread, allowing for less lag, more concurrency, and many awesome extra features!

MCHPRS is very different from traditional servers. Because this server is tailored to the use of computation redstone, many things that are a part of Vanilla Minecraft servers don’t exist here. That being said, MCHPRS comes with many of its own unique features.


If the Rust compiler is not already installed, you can find out how on their official website.

git clone https://github.com/MCHPR/MCHPRS.git
cargo build --release

Once complete, the optimized executable will be located at ./target/release/mchprs or ./target/release/mchprs.exe depending on your operating system.

Building on Windows

To build on Windows, replace the last line of Cargo.toml with

rusqlite = {version="0.23.1", features=["bundled"]}



Command Alias Description
/rtps [rtps] None Set the redstone ticks per second in the plot to [rtps]. (There are two redstone ticks in a game tick)
/radvance [ticks] /radv Advances the plot by [ticks] redstone ticks.
/teleport [player] /tp Teleports you to [player].
/stop None Stops the server.
/plot info /p i Gets the owner of the plot you are in.
/plot claim /p c Claims the plot you are in if it is not already claimed.
//pos1 //1 Sets your worldedit first position.
//pos2 //2 Sets your worldedit second position.
//set [block] None Sets all the blocks in your selection to [block]
//replace [oldblock] [newblock] None Replaces all of the [oldblock] in your selection with [newblock].
//copy //c Copies your selection into your clipboard.
//paste //p Pastes your clipboard into the world.
//undo None Undos the last operation.
//sel None Clears your worldedit first and second positions.
//stack None Stacks your selection in the direction you are facing.
//count [block] None Counts all [block] in your selection.
//load None Loads a schematic from the ./schems/ folder. Make sure the schematic in the Sponge format if there are any issues.


  • @AL1L for his contributions to worldedit and other various features.
  • @DavidGarland for a faster and overall better implementation of get_entry in the in-memory storage. This simple function runs 30% of the runtime for redstone.


Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

Under the hood

When the server starts up, the main thread, which will from now on be referred to as the server thread, loads the Config.toml file and starts the networking thread. Threads communicate using message passing.

Server thread

The server thread handles the initialization process of the server and the login/ping procedure for connecting clients. If a client completes the login procedure, a Player struct will be loaded containing the client.

Networking thread

The networking thread handles all incoming clients. The client is then sent to the server thread through message passing.

Plot thread

The plot thread handles most of the logic for the server. The plot thread is where the real magic happens. Player movement, player rotation, WorldEdit, command handling, world-saving/loading, etc. are all handled by this thread. If this thread crashes somehow, the player will be sent back to the server thread to be moved to another plot*.

* Not yet implemented.






bad tukxel server better smh

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how is tukxel going

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baad lmfao