When getting PID(0) before raising a support ticket there are a couple of things you can try:

  1. Check your config files - If you have made changes to the games config files rule out this as an issue by reverting to the default config files.
  2. Check your command line - Make sure there are no mistakes in your custom command line.
  3. If the server is a Minecraft server ensure you have the relevant JAR file.
  4. Re-install the service (ensure to back up any save files).

If you have done all the above and still have issues, please submit a support ticket via your client area, and let us know you have tried the steps from this guide.

  • PID0, PID 0, PID(0), pid 0, pid(0), pid0
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