Just loaded an old existing world, anyone know how to fix this?

I seem to be getting some weird overlapping LODS are prob from the sea at some point been much higher. The world also had an increased world height in the past (dunno if that has anything to do with it) I've managed to fly around the map filling in most gaps but this part here won't go away. Anyone know what might be causing it? Thanks!
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LITERALLY???
LITERALLY???5d ago
you cant fix it you will have to delete it
sock
sock5d ago
wdym? delete what Its worth noting that if I join the server and don't host it, this issue doesn't exist. Only if your singleplayer or hosting it also fills in if I fly very far away which is weird
LITERALLY???
LITERALLY???5d ago
you must delete the world
Puhpine
Puhpine4d ago
if you dont have many LODs generated, the easiest fix would be to delete your LODs. you can do this by deleting the sqlite files /lodstored
YAGPDB.xyz
YAGPDB.xyz4d ago
Single Player: - Overworld: .minecraft/saves/WORLD_NAME/data/DistantHorizons.sqlite - Nether: .minecraft/saves/WORLD_NAME/DIM-1/data/DistantHorizons.sqlite - End: .minecraft/saves/WORLD_NAME/DIM1/data/DistantHorizons.sqlite - Custom Dimensions: .minecraft/saves/WORLD_NAME/DIMENSION_FOLDER/data/DistantHorizons.sqlite Multiplayer: - .minecraft/Distant_Horizons_server_data/SERVER_NAME/
Puhpine
Puhpine4d ago
if you dont want to regenerate your LODs because it would take a long time to get them back, you should be able to up your cpu load, stand in the spot where the LODs should update, and wait for that to happen. that can take some time though
sock
sock3d ago
will give this a go thanks, will let u know if it fixes it 🙂 sadely it just never filled in. Even with the max CPU setting its still missing after 10 hours of play lol will have to delete em using that command wait no- my bad, not command, you just delete the files gotcha