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I'm really hoping someone can help me with this but I have a server on GTXGaming and I want to change the world size to huge. I've been told to wipe the server by support and then input the changes I want in the worldgenoverridue.lua file before starting the server. I've done this a hundred times and yet have failed to get the settings to stick. I've also tried c_regenerateworld() and this hasn't worked either.

Here is what's written in the worldgenoverride.lua for now:

return {
    override_enabled = true,
    preset = "DST_CAVE",
}

 

I've done everything from adding several different formats of - misc = {world_size="huge"} - to deleting the preset. Nothing works...

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1. First of all make sure that you have the worldgenoverride.lua in the correct directory. (In the shard folder inside your cluster folder specified in your startup script)

2. To get a huge overworld it'll have to look like this:

return {
	override_enabled = true,
	preset = "SURVIVAL_TOGETHER",
	overrides = {
		world_size = "huge",
	},
}

For a cave ofc it has to look like this:

return {
	override_enabled = true,
	preset = "DST_CAVE",
	overrides = {
		world_size = "huge",
	},
}

Afterwards you'll have to regenerate the world as you've deducated as well.

Afterwards your world(s) should be huge.

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