RedisTPS 0.8

Get TPS of all servers on your network with a web page (Redis-based)

  1. vivi7865
    RedisTPS allows you to get all your network's server's TPS from a web page.


    • This plugin is based on redis, so you have to install redis-server:
      Code (Text):
      apt-get install redis-server
      (for Ubuntu/Debian)
      Follow instructions on for Windows.
    • A web server (apache, nginx, ...)
    • One or more spigot (or bukkit) instance
    How to Install:
    1. Download file
    2. Unzip the file
    3. In this file, move "web" to your web server public directory
    4. Edit ajax.php in "web" and set your Redis server access informations
    5. Move RedisTPS.jar to your server's plugin directory
    6. Start then stop your server
    7. Edit configuration in plugins/RedisTPS/config.yml to add your Redis server access informations
    8. Restart your server

    • Redis based, no need to have at least a player on each server
    • NTP synchronized
    • View servers' status
    • Add a link to source code on github
    • Add a way to view down servers
    This plugin utilizes Hidendra's plugin metrics system, which means that the following information is collected and sent to A unique identifier, whether the server is in offline or online mode, the server's version of Java, the plugin's version, the server's version, the OS version/name, the core count for the CPU and the number of players online. You can disable this changing opt-out to true in the config.yml.

    Source code

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Recent Reviews

  1. bitstevez
    Version: 0.8
    Good plugin. works just right for me. im using it on my network
    but can i use it on bungee cord server ??
    1. vivi7865
      Author's Response
      It doesn't support bungee cord (yet). I'm looking forward to push an update including bungee cord health
    Version: 0.8
    nice, btw you spelt "Exemple:" Example: wrong :P
    1. vivi7865
      Author's Response
      Oh, thank you ! :)