PlayerAudit 1.0

Log grief related player events and use a wand to check block ownership and details.

  1. linuxman
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.15
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.15
    • 1.16
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/xlinuxmanx/PlayerAudit
    PlayerAudit

    Track the griefing without manual surveilence! Basically what this plugin does is it logs various player actions that can be used for griefing. It also comes with a special Audit Wand used to check who is the owner of a block without having to scavange through the logs!

    Each player on join will be given a profile folder where every event listed below will be logged into text files by date. There is a global log file that records everything into one log if you want to see everything a player did in order. Lava and Water placement logs will be in an individual log file at the root of their profile folder.

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    • Log Block Place!
    • Log Block Break!
    • Log Chat Messages!
    • Log Commands!
    • Log Sign Placed!
    • Log Teleporting!
    • Log Events to Console! (WARNING: CAN CAUSE SPAM ON LARGER SERVERS)
    • Audit Wand!
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    • /playeraudit help - Displays command help
    • /playeraudit reload - Reloads PlayerAudit config
    • /playeraudit wand - Gives player an Audit Wand

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    This plugin is intended for staff usage
    • playeraudit.admin - Gives permission to all PlayerAudit commands

    Hint: Players who do not have permission cannot pickup an Audit Wand that was mistakenly dropped ;)

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    Configuration is quite simple and self explanitory.

    Code (YAML):
    # What to log
    log-lava-bucket
    : true
    log-water-bucket
    : true
    log-block-place
    : true
    log-block-break
    : true
    log-chat-messages
    : true
    log-player-commands
    : true
    log-sign-messages
    : true
    log-player-teleport
    : true

    # Show log messages in console as well
    # WARNING: THIS CAN SPAM YOUR CONSOLE ON LARGER SERVERS, DISABLING BY DEFAULT
    log-to-console
    : false