Spigot Commands and Permissions - Historical

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Spigot Commands and Permissions
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Spigot Commands and Permissions​
/restart
Permission: bukkit.command.restart Default: Operator
Description: This will attempt to perform a server restart. In order for this to work, you must have "restart-script" value (located in spigot.yml) set to the appropriate location.

/tps
Permission: bukkit.command.tps Default: Operator
Description: Will show a very accurate TPS (ticks per second) reading of your server at the time the command is ran.

/timings on
Permission: bukkit.commands.timings Default: Operator
Description: Turns server benchmark timings on. Does not require a restart.

/timings off
Permission: bukkit.commands.timings Default: Operator
Description: Turns server benchmark timings off. Does not require a restart.

/timings paste
Permission: bukkit.commands.timings Default: Operator
Description: Instead of writing to file, all server benchmark timings are pasted to http://paste.ubuntu.com, which can then be viewed in a proper and improved format via http://www.aikar.co/timings.php.

Bukkit Commands and Permissions

/plugins, /pl
Permission: bukkit.command.plugins Default: Everybody
Description: Gives back a list of all plugins that have been loaded on the server.

/reload
Permission: bukkit.command.reload Default: Operator
Description: Reloads all plugins on your server by stopping and starting them again (can cause unwanted effects with some plugins so consider making use of restart for less trouble).

/version, /about, /ver
Permissions: bukkit.command.version Default: Everybody
Description: Answers with the version of Spigot you are currently running on your server.

Minecraft Commands and Permissions

/ban <player>
Permission: bukkit.command.ban.ip Default: Operator
Description: Prevents the specified player from entering your server.

/ban-ip <ip>
Permission: bukkit.command.ban.player Default: Operator
Description: Prevents the specified ip from entering your server.

/banlist
Permission: bukkit.command.ban.list Default: Operator
Description: Reads all banned players from your banned-players.txt and lists them ingame (only player names are shown here! Banned ips cannot be listed for now).

/clear [player] [itemID] [MetaData]
Permission: bukkit.command.clear Default: Operator
Description: Lists all banned players for you (only player names are shown here! Banned ips cant be listed).

/defaultgamemode <1 | 2 | 3 | survival | creative | adventure>
Permission: bukkit.command.defaultgamemode Default: Operator
Description: Sets the default game-mode for all new joining players (gets saved in .\world\players\playername.dat). Keep in mind that all changes made by /defaultgamemode will reset back to the values you have set in your server.properties (gamemode=x) on a server restart.

/deop <player>
Permission: bukkit.command.op.take Default: Operator
Description: Takes away server operator rights from specified player.

/difficulty <peaceful | easy | normal | hard | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3>
Permission: bukkit.command.difficulty Default: Operator
Description: Sets difficulty level on your server (will get reset back to the value set in your server.properties if you restart your server).

/effect <player> <effect> [seconds] [amplifier]
Permission: bukkit.command.effect Default: Operator
Description: Gives the targeted player a specified effect for a specified amount of seconds (default is 30 seconds). The maximal amount of seconds you can apply to an effect command is 1,000,000 while the minimum is 1 and 0 simply cleans existing effects from the targeted player. The amplifier has a value limit of 255, applying something higher than this won't give the desired amplifier. Effect names and ids

/enchant <player> <enchantment ID> [enchantment level]
Permission: bukkit.command.enchant Default: Operator
Description: Enchants the item that a player is currently holding in his/her/its hand to a specified enchantment. Keep in mind that /enchant can only enchant stuff that is usually possible in vanilla Minecraft (so don't try to enchant a sign with knockback or something more silly). Enchantment IDs or EIDs

/gamemode <0 | 1 | 2 | survival | creative | adventure> [playername]
Permission: bukkit.command.gamemode Default: Operator
Description: Changes the gamemode of yourself or someone else.

/gamerule <rulename> [true | false]
Permission: bukkit.command.gamerule Default: Operator
Description: Gives the ability to change game-rules on your server such as mobGriefing, keepInventory and many more (You can list all rules by doing /gamerule).

/give <player> <item name or ID> [amount [metadata]]
Permission: bukkit.command.give Default: Operator
Description: Gives targeted player a specified amount of an item (Not specifying the amount simply gives that player 1 of that item).

/help
Permission: bukkit.command.help Default: Everybody
Description: Lists all commands and plugins available on your server. Be aware that this command ignores "special" permissions of players so basically everyone can see all commands and plugins without having the permissions to do this. Use something like Essentials to have a permissions based /help command.

/kick <player>
Permission: bukkit.command.kick Default: Operator
Description: Disconnects a player from your server leaving this reason: "Kicked by an Operator". Apparently you can /kick YourSelf also for fun.

/kill
Permission: bukkit.command.kill Default: Everybody
Description: Kill yourself! Sadly you can't kill someone else on the server by doing /kill md_5 for example (you just make suicide).

/list
Permission: bukkit.command.list Default: Operator
Description: Outputs a list of all players that are currently playing on the server.

/me
Permission: bukkit.command.me Default: Everybody
Description: Command that allows players to show their emotions and actions (output ingame: *MyPictures likes music)

/op <player>
Permission: bukkit.command.op.give Default: Operator
Description: Gives operator rights to a specified player.

/pardon <player>
Permission: bukkit.command.unban.player Default: Operator
Description: Unbans specified player from your server.

/pardon-ip <ip>
Permission: bukkit.command.unban.ip Default: Operator
Description: Unbans specified ip from your server.

/save-all
Permission: bukkit.command.save.perform Default: Operator
Description: Writes all pending changes to the disc.

/save-off
Permission: bukkit.command.save.off Default: Operator
Description: Disables auto saving of pending world file changes to the disc.

/save-on
Permission: bukkit.command.save.on Default: Operator
Description: Enables auto saving of worlds again (Default).

/say
Permission: bukkit.command.say Default: Operator
Description: Broadcasts a message in pink color to all players that are currently online on the server.

/scoreboard <objectives|players|teams>
Permission: bukkit.command.scoreboard Default: Operator
Description: Gives ability to control the scoreboard of Minecraft. More Infos...

/seed
Permission: bukkit.command.seed Default: Operator
Description: Displays the seed of your world. Keep this information secure to prevent cheaters from tracking down ores on your server.


/spawnpoint <player> <x> <y> <z>
Permission: bukkit.command.spawnpoint Default: Operator
Description: Sets the spawn point for that specified player. Remember that this command does not support decimals for the coordinates.

/stop
Permission: bukkit.command.stop Default: Operator
Description: Saves all pending world changes, disables all plugins and stops the server.

/tell <playername> <message>
Permission: bukkit.command.tell Default: Everybody
Description: Allows players to privately talk with each other on the server.

/time <set> <number | day | night>
Permission: bukkit.command.time.set Default: Operator
Description: Sets the worlds time. "number" is an integer between 0 and 24000. 0 = dawn 6000 = midday 12000 = dusk 18000 = midnight. day sets the time to 0 and night sets it to 12500.


/time <add> <number>
Permission: bukkit.command.time.add Default: Operator
Description: Increments the world time instead of setting it.



/toggledownfall
Permission: bukkit.command.toggledownfall Default: Operator

Description: Turns on or off rain/snow on the current world.

/tp [player] <player>, /tp [player] <x> <y> <z>
Permission: bukkit.command.teleport Default: Operator

Description: Teleports yourself or another player to a specified target such as coordinates or another player.

/tp [player] <player>, /tp [player] <x> <y> <z>
Permission: bukkit.command.teleport Default: Operator


Description: Teleports yourself or another player to a specified target such as coordinates or another player.

/weather <clear | rain | thunder> [duration in seconds]
Permission: bukkit.command.weather Default: Operator

Description: Changes the weather on the current world . The "duration in seconds" value has to be at least 1 and cannot be higher than 1000000.

/whitelist add
Permission: bukkit.command.whitelist.add and Default: Operator

Description: Adds a player to the whitelist.
whitelist <add/remove> <player>

/whitelist remove
Permission: bukkit.command.whitelist.remove and Default: Operator

Description: Removes a player from your whitelist


/whitelist list
Permission: bukkit.command.whitelist.list and Default: Operator

Description: Outputs a list of all players that have been written in the white-list.txt

/whitelist on
Permission: bukkit.command.whitelist.enable and Default: Operator

Description: Enables whitelisting on the server which only allows players that are listed in the white-list.txt to join. Keep in mind that operators will always be able to join your server even if they aren't listed in the white-list.txt.

/whitelist off
Permission: bukkit.command.whitelist.disable and Default: Operator

Description: Disables whitelisting on the server which allows everybody to join your server without having to be listed on white-list.txt

/whitelist reload
Permission: bukkit.command.whitelist.reload and Default: Operator

Description: Loads all player names from the white-list.txt again and applies them on the server.

/xp <amount> [player]
Permission: bukkit.command.xp and Default: Operator

Description: Gives the command sender or that specified player xp. Maximum amount is 2,147,483.647 per command and negative values (to remove xp from someone) isn't supported here.

/xp <amount>L [player]
Permission: bukkit.command.xp and Default: Operator

Description: Gives or removes xp from the command sender or that specified player. Maximum amount is 2,147,483.647 while maximum negative value is -2,147,483.647 per command. Going higher than this limit will reset the xp of you or that player to 0.

CommandBlock Commands
/testfore <playername | selector>
Permission: CommandBlock ONLY!

Description: Allows to check if a player is only and more. More info...