MSM is designed to get out of your way as much as possible. A server directory should look nearly exactly the same except for a few key changes.
worldstoragefolder and move all your worlds into it.
worldstorage_inactivefolder for inactive worlds.
So a typical Bukkit server managed by MSM would look like this:
/opt/msm `- servers `- server_name |- plugins/ `- worldstorage/ |- world/ |- world_nether/ `- world_the_end/ |- worldstorage_inactive/ |- server.jar |- server.properties |- server.log |- ops.txt |- white-list.txt |- banned-ips.txt `- banned-players.txt
MSM expects to find your worlds in the
worldstorage folder. This allows MSM to reliably determine which folders are worlds for making backups, moving worlds into RAM and other behind the scenes stuff.
Advanced: You can change the location MSM expects to find world using the
msm-world-storage-path setting in your server’s
server.properties file. See Configuration → Individual Server for more info.