Lag is one of the most sad things that a Modded Server player can experience. Here's how you can avoid some lag in your server:

Decrease your TickSpeed

You can decrease your TickSpeed by using the command /gamerule randomTickSpeed 2 inside the game on your server. You will need to be an OP for this. If you don't know how to become an OP, please read our How to: OP Yourself on Your Minecraft Server article.

Cording to the " Minecraft Game-pedia " the "randomTickSpeed" land to:
How often a random block tick occurs (such as plant growth, leaf decay, etc.) per chunk section per game tick. 0 disables random ticks, higher numbers increase random ticks. Setting to a high integer results in high speeds of decay and growth

By default, Minecraft has the randomTickSpeed set to 3.

Reducing the Server View-Distance

To do that you'll need to:
Login in your Multicraft Control Panel.
Click on " Files " and click on " Config Files ".

Click on " Server Settings ".

Find " View Distance " and set it to something lower such 5 or 6.

The View-Distance uses an equation to determinate how many chunks the server-side will load for the players.
The equation for view distance is: (2x+1)²
For the default, of 10, should be: (2*10+1)² = 21²; 441.

Click on " Save " and restart your server.

Using Anti-Lag Forge Mods

Using Anti-Lag Mods can be very dangerous but they can also be used to avoid huge lag on Modded Servers.
To install them just drag and drop the Mods into your `/mods`directory.
Some examples:
Lag B Gon
Lag Removal
Lithium (forge)
Lithium (fabric)

If you're using SpongeForge, please use this to get timings:

Using less Mods
If you're experiencing huge lag and can't get more RAM (⚔🔥POWER🔥⚔) for your server, you're able to think and re-check your Mod list. It's suggested to remove additional extra optional not necessary Mods that it won't affect the server without it.
Remove them from your /mods directory using your FTP File Access and restart your server.

Upgrading your service

Upgrading your service to a server with more RAM or switching to the premium plan may improve your performance. This is especially true on servers that have a lot of plugins or mods that use more RAM.

Feel free to open a ticket in your client area if you need any assistance.

Useful Links:
Improve Your Server Performance
How to install Mods on your server
Client-side Mods
How to: Access Your Minecraft Server Files Via FTP
Understanding: Servers using mods and plugins at the same time
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