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CoreProtect - Fast, efficient block logging, rollbacks, and restores

Version: v2.10.0

CoreProtect is a fast, efficient, data logging and anti-griefing tool. Rollback and restore any amount of damage. Designed with large servers in mind, CoreProtect will record and manage data without impacting your server performance.

CoreProtect is the #1 most-used anti-griefing plugin, and has been actively developed since early 2012.

Download
Latest 1.7.9:http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/coreprotect/files/63
Tekkit Classic:http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/coreprotect/files/54 (Old, works with CB 1.2.5)

Video Tutorial: (by jfreeze256)

Core Features

  • Fast efficient data logging.
  • Fast rollbacks - no lag while performing rollbacks/restores.
  • Multi-threaded to ensure server performance is never impacted
  • No configuration required. Put the plugin on your server, and you're good to go.
  • SQLite based data storage.
  • Optional MySQL support.
  • Easy to use commands.
  • Perform rollbacks AND restores. Undo any rollback, anytime.
  • Easy to use block inspector
  • Advanced search-based lookup tool.
  • Paginated logs.
  • Automatic update checker.
  • Multi-world support.
  • Enable or disable any aspect of logging in the configuration file.
  • Rollback per-player, or just do a global rollback to all damage around you.
  • Specify certain block types to skip in rollbacks/restores.
  • Restrict rollbacks/restores to specific block types
  • Log basic player actions (such as when a player opens a door)
  • Liquid tracking. Associate liquid flow with players
  • Tree tracking. Trees grown from saplings show who originally planted the sapling.
  • Restrict rollbacks/restores to a radius area.
  • Supports bucket permission system.
  • Able to track blocks that fall off of other blocks. If a player breaks a block that had a sign on it, both the block and the sign can be rolled back.
  • Easily delete old log data.
  • Safe default parameters.
  • Rollback or restore multiple players at once.
  • Create per-world configuration files.
  • Lookup, rollback, or restore by a specific action.
  • Exclude multiple users or blocks.
  • Preview rollbacks or restores.
  • Use WorldEdit selections.
  • An easy to use API.
  • Works with Tekkit servers
  • ...and much more!!

What does it log?

  • Log blocks broken by players.
  • Log blocks placed by players.
  • Log natural block breakage (ex: if a sign pops off a dirt block that was broken)
  • Log bucket usage
  • Log liquid flow
  • Log tree growth
  • Log mushroom growth
  • Log vine growth.
  • Log explosions (TNT, Creepers, Ghasts, etc)
  • Log flint & steel and fire charge usage.
  • Log fire igniting blocks.
  • Log blocks burning up in fires.
  • Log entities changing blocks (Endermen/Enderdragons)
  • Log block movement (Falling sand/gravel)
  • Log leaf decay
  • Log player interactions
  • Log Nether portal generation
  • Log blocks moved by pistons
  • Log crops trampled by players
  • Log snow generated by snow golems
  • Log items taken or placed in chests, furnaces, dispensers, etc.
  • Log paintings and item frames. (With rollback support!)
  • Log entities killed by players (animals/monsters)
  • Log chat messages and commands used by players.
  • Log player sessions (logins/logouts)
  • Log username changes
  • Log changes done by WorldEdit.
  • ...and the list is still expanding!

How to use the inspector.

Once you have the inspector enabled ("/core inspect", or just "/co i"), you can do the following:

  • Left-click a block to see who placed that block.
  • Right-click a block to see what adjacent block was removed.
  • Right-click (place) a block in a location to see what block was removed at that location.
  • Right-click (place) a block in another block to see who placed it. (ex: place dirt in water to see who placed the water)
  • Right-click on a door,button,lever,chest,etc, to see who last used it.

A Few Reviews

  • "It's easy to use and lightning fast when it comes to rollbacks."
  • "I've been running a MC server since before Bukkit, so I've used just about every block logger out there. CoreProtect is the best and the fastest."
  • "Go with CoreProtect. It's fast, updated frequently, and logs WorldEdit."
  • "Overall it felt more natural, simpler, and much faster to use CoreProtect than Prism, which just doesn't compare."
  • "CoreProtect brings complex logging and rollbacks, whilst at the same time keeping a low profile."

Plugin Metrics

This plugin utilizes Hidendra's plugin metrics system, which anonymously collects and sends the following information to mcstats.org:

  • A unique identifier
  • The server's version of Java
  • Whether the server is in offline or online mode
  • The plugin's version
  • The server's version
  • The OS version/name and architecture
  • The core count for the CPU
  • The number of players online
  • The Metrics version

Opting out of this service can be done by editing plugins/Plugin Metrics/config.yml and changing opt-out to true.


Commands

http://minerealm.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=6781

Permissions

http://minerealm.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=6782

Guides & Resources

http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/coreprotect/pages/guides-resources/

API Documentation

http://minerealm.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=14070

IRC

Join #coreprotect on irc.esper.net | EsperNet Web IRC

Sponsors

Thanks to HostHorde for sponsoring CoreProtect!


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  • Avatar of Formula350 Formula350 Oct 23, 2014 at 19:31 UTC - 0 likes
    Quote:

    but due to mojang trying to take them down

    It's actually not Mojang. EvilSeph said he couldn't keep working on Bukkit and it was internally decided to shut down Bukkit. Mojang stepped in and said they own Bukkit, which Dinnerbone said he'd updating Bukkit to 1.8 on his free time. Some folks didn't like Mojang claiming ownership over something open source, and one of the big contributors flexed his legal rights as he (and anyone else who contributed) owned the rights to his code. Due to lots of reasons that you can read about on the forums or Reddit (which has a much better summary), all Bukkit or Bukkit-based software (like CraftBukkit and Spigot) links for downloads had to be taken offline everywhere. That DMCA was against Mojang, not from Mojang. :( [Sorry for the off-topic. It's just sad seeing all the misinformation with people thinking Mojang is shutting all these projects down.]

    If you have direct control (and remote access to) the server machine and can clone your server folder, I'd drop in CraftBukkit to see if the same happens, or if you're running the latest patches on top of Spigot I'd try the last Spigot version before the DMCA struck. That way you have two baselines (CB and unmodded Spigot), and then if neither of them experience the problems you can start applying patches and monitoring the issue to see if it crops back up. Of course you'd want to run that cloned server to make sure the issue persists when it's just you on there.

    Assuming you haven't, the only other suggestion I have would be to back up your CoreProtect config and then delete it, restart the server so it generates a fresh, and see if that's the cause. I haven't had to on CB, but I have experienced that issue before with another plugin.

  • Avatar of DarkFoxDie DarkFoxDie Oct 23, 2014 at 04:39 UTC - 0 likes

    @Formula350: Go

    im starting to thing the problem lies with spigot. ive always used bukkit and had no problems with it. but due to mojang trying to take them down they had to make some changes of their own

  • Avatar of Formula350 Formula350 Oct 23, 2014 at 03:43 UTC - 0 likes
    Quote:

    but now it seems like it takes quite a while for it to record anything

    My server has a mmmassive map (at least from my understanding, nearing 10GB), and right now with 17 people on, it logged my break of a block immediately. But I also have a ton of RAM thrown at it as well :P

  • Avatar of DarkFoxDie DarkFoxDie Oct 21, 2014 at 04:22 UTC - 0 likes

    so i dont know whats going on with the plugin on other servers i had i noticed it stored the data right away when someone did something that coreprotect tracks but now it seems like it takes quite a while for it to record anything http://prntscr.com/4y7mhm version info http://prntscr.com/4y7mpp block break and what comes up when i use /co i

  • Avatar of Formula350 Formula350 Oct 20, 2014 at 16:48 UTC - 0 likes

    Been using CoreProtect for about a year, definitely a must-have tool for any serious server owner! Thanks so much for keeping it alive!

    I do have a question and/or suggestion, depending on if it's just my ignorance or not lol: - We use a plugin to lock doors and chests, but unfortunately it does not prevent a rather crafty and simple way of looting people's locked chests (we only allow stealing in that regard if the chest has negligently been left UNlocked) which is to place a hopper under it to transfer the items into an unlocked chest. While we can find out who placed the hopper, it doesn't seem CoreProtect can restore the removed chest items on account of it not logging that. So unless I have something misconfigured, my suggestion is: Would it be possible to log items that have been removed (stolen) from chests via #hopper?

    - At all possible to, either when Rolling back or Restoring, to have it rollback to a specific log entry? Last night I had a hiccup where chunks weren't saved, and since CP had all the data to let me fix the missing work, I had simply ran: /co restore t:54.3h r:15 u:Formula350 which had also brought back a bunch of previous mis-pasted copies, despite my Time being set to only 0.1h before that change, and the mis-pasted blocks were done 0.3h before. In other words, by my understanding it shouldn't have restored those ones. Nevertheless, if a person could do something like /co rollback t:#1 r:<radius> etc etc and then it'd only affect the surrounding block's log with a matching time. Or perhaps t:#1+<time> which the +<time> will account for block changes within that additional time frame. Example: t:#1+0.08h would add an factor in that additional 0.08hr into surrounding blocks (since otherwise it'd only be good for worldedits).

    Again, thanks for all your work!

    Last edited Oct 20, 2014 by Formula350
  • Avatar of Defterdar Defterdar Oct 20, 2014 at 11:23 UTC - 1 like

    Have same issue with ÆØÅ chars. MySQL DB is UTF8.

    http://pastebin.com/0QfRBRuY

  • Avatar of Turbotailz Turbotailz Oct 16, 2014 at 23:02 UTC - 0 likes

    @DanSpedey: Go

    Intellii posted this on the /r/admincraft subreddit:

    "As well, a quick note regarding the future of CoreProtect: CoreProtect will continue to support whatever server platform has mainstream popularity. At the present time, this platform is still Bukkit/Spigot. However, I'm planning on supporting Sponge once it's in a functional state, as well as the official Minecraft Plugin API, if that ever comes to fruition."

    Source.

  • Avatar of johandre johandre Oct 16, 2014 at 15:20 UTC - 0 likes

    Nice! UUID Support

    www.powercraft.me

  • Avatar of Slaand Slaand Oct 16, 2014 at 05:03 UTC - 0 likes

    Does plugin logs worldedit regen?

  • Avatar of MannyMannequin MannyMannequin Oct 04, 2014 at 18:41 UTC - 1 like

    "DanSpedey Sep 28, 2014 at 09:15 Will this plugin be ported to Sponge?"

    Please, Intellii, andyhuang, please please do.

Facts

Date created
Mar 09, 2012
Categories
Last update
Oct 16, 2014
Development stage
Release
License
All Rights Reserved
Curse link
CoreProtect
Downloads
502,579
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