Pmmp server monitoring

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by TuxerP, May 10, 2017.

  1. TuxerP

    TuxerP Silverfish

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    Having my pmmp server running I would like to monitor it for performance, network, users, memory, etc. Now when I start the server I see the nice statistics in the command screen, but are these tools to get these things in graphs or plugins for icinga/nagios?
     
  2. EdwardHamHam

    EdwardHamHam Skeleton

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    You mean like a control panel?
     
  3. jasonwynn10

    jasonwynn10 Moderator Poggit Reviewer

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    when your server starts, run /timings on
    before the server turns off, run /timings paste
    a website link should appear with all the data collected
     
  4. Thunder33345

    Thunder33345 Moderator Staff Member

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    but that's not so live data, also does timings impact performances?
     
  5. TuxerP

    TuxerP Silverfish

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    No, not a controle panel, but more something like @jasonwynn10 is pointing to. If that data is written to a file then I can do that every x minutes and maybe plot that into something like nagios or so.
     
  6. TuxerP

    TuxerP Silverfish

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    Live data, or 1 min, data would be better. There is no plugin or something that would collect this data?
     
  7. TheDiamondYT

    TheDiamondYT Zombie

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    Might be time to make a MCStats for MCPE. Im on it.
     
  8. jasonwynn10

    jasonwynn10 Moderator Poggit Reviewer

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    you can host your own Timingsv1 server and put the link to it in your pocketmine.yml if you want to be able to access the data files
     
  9. SOFe

    SOFe Administrator Staff Member PMMP Team Poggit Admin

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    What data files are you referring to?
     
  10. TuxerP

    TuxerP Silverfish

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    I think you are referring to the timings file that is being generated by pmmp. Is that maintained software? Timingsv1 server? Then I can install icinga to monitor my server and a timings server to monitor pmmp.
     
  11. SOFe

    SOFe Administrator Staff Member PMMP Team Poggit Admin

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    Actually, the timings data are pasted onto paste.ubuntu.com, and you can always view them directly, and the timings v1 server doesn't store any data at all.
     
  12. Indexfire

    Indexfire Baby Zombie

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    Why does mcpe update so fast this is going to be an issue for you I think (its like microsoft wants to kill mcpe servers by updating mcpe like almost once a week)
     
  13. BaleineSanguine

    BaleineSanguine Spider

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    Hey, I know this thread is a bit old but since it appears in the top google results I guess its ok.
    I made a server management tool that can show you the player count and more in real time. It's accessible here
     
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  14. Primus

    Primus Zombie Pigman

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    You can create your own thread in the tools sections.
     
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