You might need to increase the refresh time again slightly. I can't reproduce the issue so I'm not sure why it stops refreshing for you.
You could keep the chat in the console by editing the craftbukkit.jar.conf file and setting 'chat=^_$' for example. This will disable chat detection. Similarly you could also change it to catch errors instead.
Multicraft will support as many chat formats as possible but in the end only CB itself really has to be supported. Plugins should not change that format in the first place so supporting that is secondary but of course also done as time permits.
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Feb 19, 2012It provides a web based control panel for your server and allows you to manage multiple servers (even on different machines) over one control panel. You can check out a demo showing some of the functionality here: http://demo.multicraft.org/Posted in: Minecraft Tools
Dec 21, 2010Hello EveryonePosted in: Minecraft Tools
I'd like to present to you Multicraft, the only Minecraft multi-server management solution.
- Extremely scalable: one panel can control hundreds of servers
- Not just a control panel: It's the most powerful Minecraft hosting platform available
- Proven solution: in use by hundreds of game server providers
- Easy mass deployment: fully controllable via an extensive API
- Unique features: FTP server and client, IP auth & much more
- Billing integration available (WHMCS, Ubersmith, ...)
- Independent of Minecraft updates
- Translation support: German included, others available
- Under active development with strong focus on user input
- Lots of options for customization
- Slick Ajax driven interface with live log/chat/player list
- And much more!
Multicraft consists of a web based control panel and an application managing the Minecraft servers. The image above is a screenshot of the server overview for the superuser.
Multicraft runs on both Linux and Windows and one single control panel can manage a mixed set of Linux and Windows servers at once!
Minecraft updates have never made it necessary to change anything on Multicraft itself and mods like Bukkit should work out of the box.
Below you'll find diagrams of a few scenarios Multicraft can be used in.
Both the control panel and the MC server manager on one server:
The control panel on one server and the MC server manager on another server:
One control panel to control multiple MC server managers on multiple servers:
The basic version of Multicraft is free and there are several paid options for commercial server operators.
To see the list of current features as well as a live demo, please visit:
Dec 12, 2011Hi Rexl,Posted in: Minecraft Tools
Yes, you can simply copy your existing server files to "servers/serverX/" in your Multicraft directory, where X is the ID of the server you created in Multicraft.Hi Rexl,
Yes, you can simply copy all of your existing server files to "servers/serverX" in your Multicraft directory, where X is the ID of the server you created in the panel.
Jun 2, 2011It's not in the installation guide but it's covered in the troubleshooting as normally you don't need to do that.Posted in: Minecraft Tools
You can create this DB and use the schema files indicated in post #102 . The DB update will fail if the schema is not loaded.
Jun 2, 2011Yeah, that's correct. You can also leave it in as it gets overwritten by the mysql entry below it.Posted in: Minecraft Tools
You can uncomment line 78 to 87 in main.php and configure the settings in between to get the panel to use MySQL as well.
Jun 2, 2011There are two different databases, one for the front end and one for all the daemons. If you didn't explicitly switch the front end database to MySQL as well it will still use SQLite. You can either install "php5-sqlite" or switch the panel database to MySQL as well (in the main.php).Posted in: Minecraft Tools
How this is done can also be seen in the troubleshooting entry.
In case you've not yet done that, the two different schema files you need to import are:
For the daemon database (daemon.php and multicraft.conf):
For the panel database (main.php):
Jun 2, 2011Hi godslam,Posted in: Minecraft Tools
This indicates that you are missing the PHP PDO extension. There is a package for that on most distributions, under Debian this would be "apt-get install php5-sqlite" and if you're using MySQL "apt-get install php5-mysql", followed by a restart of the webserver.
Please also check the troubleshooting entry for this (as well as the requirements check at the top):
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