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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-79769

area of land dropped in elevation

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Affects Version/s: Minecraft 1.8.4
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      Windows 7 64-bit
      Java 8 update 45
    • Confirmation Status:
      Unconfirmed
    • Game Mode:
      Survival

      Description

      Hi again.
      I figured out how to use to Minecraft clone command.
      It appears that these aren't ordinary sinkholes.
      The terrain seems to have been copied from some other location,
      since when I raise the elevation, the top of the land masses do not match up with their surroundings.
      Thanks very much,
      Richard

      Hi there.
      That doesn't address the 'Mem: 35%' line in the screenshot.
      Doesn't that mean that minecraft has enough memory ?
      And, if so, that also doesn't explain the sinkholes that occured after upgrading to 1.8.4.
      So the question still stands - where did the sinkholes come from.
      Thanks very much,
      Richard
      ps. - and, no, it wasn't my little brother - lol

      Hi there.
      In the comment from Kumasasa:
      "You've run out of memory, see top left corner ("Allocated: 100% 3993MB")."
      That is the 'allocated' memory, not the used memory.
      Minecraft seems to be using only 35% of the allocated memory.
      From the line above the 'Allocated: 100%' line:
      "Mem: 35% 1421/3993MB"
      It says Allocated 100% because of my command line parameters to Java:
      -Xms4G -Xmx4G (starting allocation, maximum allocation)
      I found another, more severe sinkhole, also in my camp. see image.
      This one is also one chunk, but sunk much lower.
      Also note, in the top =right= corner:
      'Mem: 69% 2760/3993MB'
      Thanks very much,
      Richard

      I have an area of land near my camp that simply dropped in elevation.
      The area is enclosed in one chunk.
      The terrain appears to have been lowered by 7-8 blocks.
      A short while after noticing this, I also saw that I lost 4 Stone Pickaxes, and one Diamond Pickaxe, from a chest.
      I don't know how to reproduce this bug.
      I wish I could tell you more, but this is all I know right now.
      Thanks very much,
      RIchard

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              RichardHoward@RichardHoward.ca Richard Howard
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