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Fast, efficient block logging, rollbacks, and restores
Preferably the latest... which is 1.8.8.
@RoboMWM I cant, my host doesnt have the option to upgrade to 1.8.8, i dont know why this changed, everyone will have problems, i want a FIX for this.
Upload your own jar then. Also, you really aren't providing any sort of info to help you out - videos, logs, permission configuration, steps to reproduce, etc. would be helpful, but you have provided none of these.
@RoboMWM i already checked all of them
No... we'd like to see these ourselves/you to post them (in hastebin or similar service and link here) since it's clear you're unable to find the issue, and CoreProtect is indeed logging explosions for me.
@RoboMWM It does log TNT explosions for me, but like random explosions with a command, thats what i mean it needs to say
00,01 h #explosion removed (block)
#tnt removed block
but i cant find the issue
Does the plugin fire an explosion or destroy event? Otherwise there's really no way for CoreProtect to know...
@RoboMWM Destroy event i think
@RoboMWM Now i set my server to Spigot 1.8 and 1.7 and it works but i dont get it why it doesnt work in 1.8.3 or 1.8.7 or higher
Probably because you're using an old version of CoreProtect in the first place.
@RoboMWM yes but its the same, i updated it to Coreprotect 2.12.0 (the newest) and it also works in Spigot 1.8 and 1.7
One thing you haven't told us yet is how to reproduce your issue.
@RoboMWM So what do i need to do, take a screenshot and send it to hastebin i cant read my logs the file is to big :/
No, step-by-step of what you do that makes it so it isn't logged.
ahhh when a player blows up a chest it says #Creeper any way to go into that?
I'm not sure if it's possible to see who triggered a creeper explosion... I'm under the impression that this is possible; and if it is, how should it be logged? Same with TNT, plugin-made explosions, etc.
This plugin f.... up my server. Is there even an undo for this changes?
Yes, you can undo rollbacks. I think it's /co undo but you know, you might want to read up on the documentation too. This plugin is working wonderfully well for me, and I haven't even purged its SQLite database yet which has accumulated almost a year of data!
Well to be honest, I don't know how to properly use it. I just not gonna use it, for the sake in not risking it.
This isn't a replacement for backups - and it'll do just fine as a logging tool too but okay...