Minecraft VPS hosting can be purchased from: https://www.hostinger.com/minecraft-server-hosting
After order activation, you should be able to see your login details to your Multicraft Panel on VPS management page.
Starting your first Minecraft server.
1. Login to your Multicraft panel using admin credentials
2. Click on Create server button on the left-hand side.
3. Fill in Server description on the following fields:
Name: Enter your server name
Player Slots: Enter your desired maximum players count
Memory: Enter maximum allocated memory for the Minecraft server. If you are planning running only single Minecraft server, you can enter almost all VPS memory (as for an example if you purchase VPS server with 2GB memory, you can enter 1024 in memory field and later increase if needed). Note that you shouldn't apply all the available memory, you must leave at least 1024MB for reserve that server won't disconnect you randomly.
All these server settings can be adjusted at a later time.
4. Click on the Create button and then on the Start button.
You can view and control the server from the command line by clicking on the Console button.
In order to edit Minecraft server settings such as (Difficulty, Game Mode, Spawn Monsters, Spawn NPC, etc) navigate to Files >> Config >> Server Settings. After the adjustments, restart your Minecraft server.
Server configuration tips.
Online Mode - If you wish to run your Minecraft server with cracked (non-official) Minecraft launchers. Change you will have to access your server.properties file in Config Files option and change online mode to disabled.
Enabled - Allows players to connect to the server only if they are using official Minecraft launcher.
Disabled - Allows players to connect with cracked (non-official) Minecraft launchers.
Render Distance - This declares how many chunks (16x16x256 block size) is the maximum view distance of the player to every side.
16 - Best for Enderman Plan or Herobrine Plan servers (might decrease performance significantly while being used on other plans).
10 - (Default) Best for most of the plans.
8 - Best for Alex plan.
Net Compression Threshold - This option caps the size of a packet before the server attempts to compress it. Setting it higher can save some resources at the cost of bandwidth, setting it to -1 disables it.
512 - (Recommended)
256 - (Default)
Detailed documentation for server.properties file: https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Server.properties
Pre-installed Game Servers
Vanilla Default Minecraft Server - it is the official version of the Minecraft server released by Mojang. Great if you want completely vanilla experience, without any mods or plugins.
Pocket Mine - it is a custom server software for the Minecraft: Bedrock family of Minecraft editions (includes Android, iOS, W10, and others).
Forge - it Minecraft server type that allows you to run mods on the server itself. It is the most popular modded server type and is used with the majority of mod packs available.
CraftBukkit - it is a modified vanilla Minecraft server with the Bukkit API (Application Program Interface) built into it. Bukkit is the API that Bukkit plugins use to interact with the server.
Spigot - it is a modified Minecraft server based on CraftBukkit which provides additional performance optimizations, configuration options, and features, whilst remaining compatible with all existing plugins and consistent with Vanilla Minecraft game mechanics.
PaperMC - it is a high-performance fork of the Spigot Minecraft Server that aims to fix gameplay and mechanics inconsistencies as well as to improve performance. The paper contains numerous features, bug fixes, exploit preventions, and major performance improvements not found in Spigot. (Recommended for users who wants to achieve the best possible performance with their current plans without sacrificing server features or functionality).
Unofficial Minecraft launcher - https://tlauncher.org/en/
Pocket Mine Launcher - https://tlauncher.org/en/pe.html
Detailed MultiCraft Panel documentation is available here: http://multicraft.org/site/userguide/index