serverconfig.xml can be a bit overwhelming; here's a quick guide to help you find it in Command CenterCommand Center - Command Center is what we (Akliz) call our custom designed control panel. get you started on what you’ll want to change. They're already in the config, you just have to find them and change them to what you need. We also suggest keeping a backup of this on your computer.
Stop Your Server
Whenever editing files on your server, we always recommend stopping your server first.
- Log into Command Center and click on
Managenext to your 7 Days to Die server.
- Click on the
Filestab and then on
Following are some of the most used settings for your server:
xml <property name="ServerName" value="My Game Host"/>
This is where you’ll change the name of your server. “My game Host” to the name that you’ll want to show up on the list.
xml <property name="ServerDescription" value="A 7 Days to Die server"/>
This controls the server description, this also shows up when you click on the server before connecting to it. You’ll want to change “A 7 Days to Die server” to your server descriptio
xml <property name="ServerPassword" value=""/>
This is to add a password to your server, you’ll want to add the password between the " ". if you want to keep it to only those that know the password can join. If you want a more secure way to have it so only those that are whitelisted can join please follow this article here.
xml <property name="ServerVisibility" value="2"/>
Changing this to a 1 will make it so only friends of you can see the server once you’re connected to it. You’ll have to connect to it manually using the IP. Changing this to a 0 will make your server completely unlisted. It’s suggested that you keep it a 2 or a 1 that way you know people can connect.
xml <property name="ServerMaxPlayerCount" value="8"/>
Changing the max player count will affect how your server can perform. Make sure you have enough RAM allocated to your server to make sure things run smoothly.
xml <property name="PlayerKillingMode" value="3" />
This is how you can adjust the PVP to be on the server. 0 being no PVP, 1 being PVP your allies, 2 being PVP non allied, and 3 PVP everyone.
xml <property name="GameDifficulty" value="2"/>
The default difficulty of the game is set at a 2, from 1 to 5, and 5 being the hardest.
xml <property name="GameWorld" value="Navezgane"/>
This is the default world setting using the Map Navezgane. We do have PREGEN01, PREGEN02, PREGEN03, prebuilt into the system, You would change the name here. If you were to set up a RWG (Random World Gen) you would put that in there. Please note if you do RWG, it take's a long time to build (hours depending on the map size). You can also upload a map via FTP if you have one that you've generated yourself.
xml <property name="WorldGenSize" value="4096"/>
This is how big the map is, the biggest being 16384. The bigger the map the longer it takes to load. The default for Navezgane, and the PREGENs are 4096. The general rule with map size is double the RAM for each bump up. So please keep your plan in mind.
After you are done making any changes and saving those changes, you'll need to restart/start your server.
Updated 3 months ago