This means that a modded block, animal, or mob caused the server to crash. To fix this issue there are only a couple of quick steps.
For reference, this is what a "Ticking block entity" error looks like inside your crash-reports file.
The first step is to go to Scalacube.com and log into your account.
Once logged in, go to "Servers" and click on "Manage server".
Click "Manage" again.
Locate "File Manager" from the left tab and enter it.
Find the "config" folder and enter it.
Scroll down until you find the "forge.cfg" file and click on "Edit".
Scroll down until you find the settings "removeErroringEntities" and "removeErroringTileEntities".
Change both of the settings from "false" to "true".
Click on "Save".
Go back and click on "Turn on" to start your server and wait for the process to complete.
If done correctly, the server should start up without any issues and you can now reconnect to your server and continue playing. Once the issue is fixed, it is suggested to change the values back to "false" so that there would be no future issues regarding your world save.
Congratulations! You now know How to Fix "Ticking Block Entity" Error on Minecraft.
- Log into your Scalacube account
- Go to Servers > Manage server > Manage
- Go to File Manager
- Locate config folder
- Locate forge.cfg and edit
- Change removeErroringEntitites and removeErroringTileEntitites to true
- Start server