The CoreProtect configuration file can be found within the CoreProtect folder, at config.yml.

Per-World Configuration

If you'd like to modify the logging settings for a specific world, simply do the following:

  1. Copy the config.yml file to the name of the world (e.g. world_nether.yml)
  2. In the new file, modify the logging settings as desired.
  3. Either restart your server, or type "/co reload" in-game.

Secondary configuration files override the value specified in config.yml. If you leave an option out of a secondary configuration file, then the option specified in config.yml will be used.


  • If you'd like to disable all logging for the End, copy the config.yml file to world_the_end.yml (matching the folder name for the world). Then, simply disable all logging options within the new file.
  • If you just want to disable entity death logging in the Nether, but keep all other logging options the same, simply create a file named world_nether.yml containing the text "rollback-entities: false".

Disabling Logging

To disable logging for specific users, blocks or commands, simply do the following:

  1. In the CoreProtect plugin directory, create a file named blacklist.txt.
  2. Enter the names of the users (or commands) you'd like to disable logging for (each username on a new line).
  3. Either restart your server, or type "/co reload" in-game.

This can be used to disable logging for non-player users, such as "#creeper". For example, if you'd like to disable logging for the user "Notch", TNT explosions, stone blocks, and the "/help" command, the blacklist.txt file would look like this:


Please note that to disable logging for blocks, CoreProtect v23+ is required, and you must include the namespace. For example, to disable logging for dirt, you must add it as "minecraft:dirt".