Please note that most up-to-date information is on sysinfo's bukkit.dev page: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/sysinfo/
This plugin allows you to fetch technical information about your server machine. Version 2.2.1 with ram clearing is available to download!
If you have any questions or suggestions, PM me or leave a comment
Tutorial on adding locales
Threads crash sometimes. Will be fixed in next version.
Metrics and stats
- /sysinfo - Gives information about system (see image)
- /sysinfo help - Prints help
- /sysinfo alarm - shows alarm state
- /sysinfo alarm [val] - sets alarm value to [val]
- /sysinfo gc - performs RAM recovery.
This plugin send anonymous data to mcstats.org. The following data is sent: Players, Servers, JVM Version, OS, System CPU arch, System CPU cores, Server Location (probably with GeoIP but i'm not sure) , Server software, Version changes and Version demograpics.
to disable it you need to set opt-out to true in /PluginMetrics/Updater.yml file Current stats
- System CPU architecture
- Operating System
- Bukkit version
- External MOTD
- Server IP
- Server RAM usage
- Server temperature (Only Linux machines with ACPI support)
- RAM cleaning command, freeing up to 60% of RAM
- RAM logging
sysinfo.sysinfo - Access the /sysinfo command
sysinfo.alarm-recv - Enables receiving alarm messages to user given
sysinfo.alarm-set - Allows setting the alarm level
sysinfo.exec-gc - Allows manually execute ram clearing sequence
- Add following
- CPU Usage (Unix/Linux only)
- Ram usage chart generating /sysinfo chart ram [hours] will generate a chart in plugins directory.
- More to come!
Dev versions can be built from source code (see Sources section). They may be unstable, but in most cases they would just have partly added features.
Here are links to single translation files:
Special thanks to:
- DubstePain - for answering my questions and translation
Available at GitHub: https://github.com/TheKiwi5000/SysInfo
Follow me on Twitter: @Nzkiwi5000
I am NOT responsible for any attacks done on your server because somebody got technical info about your system. This is in most cases done by giving access to /sysinfo to players. Read Permission Nodes Section to get to know about configuring permissions