NoLagg

Commands - NoLagg

Below the commands and their permissions available in NoLagg:

command: /nolagg examine or /nolagg examine [ticks]

permission: nolagg.examine

permission default: OP

NoLagg will monitor the server for 500 ticks (or the amount specified) and generate a report (.exam format) under NoLagg/logs. In the download you will find the program to view this report. If you have tick rate issues and you want to know what is the cause, you can examine the server and spot the cause with great ease. It logs all event and task execution durations.

command: /nolagg clear or /nolagg clearall

permission: nolagg.clear

permission default: OP

Clears all items, mobile TNT and experience orbs (1.8) on the server, including those that are currently being buffered. If invoked by a player, it will perform the command on the world he is in. To clear all worlds as a player, use /nolagg clearall You can use the remaining arguments to specify what entities you wish to clear. These names match those under the spawn restrictions. You can also use 'last' to use the last-invoked arguments.

command: /nolagg mem/lagmem/memlag

permission: none

Outputs the current memory usage or tick rate.

command: /nolagg stats

permission: nolagg.monitor

permission default: op

Monitors server performance and outputs it in a rich message to the player or console. (no interval)

command: /nolagg monitor

permission: nolagg.monitor

permission default: op

Monitors server performance and outputs it in a rich message to the player or console at a set interval. Perform this command again to stop monitoring.

command: /nolagg log

permission: nolagg.log

permission default: op

  • Monitors server performance and outputs it in a rich message to the player or console.

command: /nolagg log

permission: nolagg.log

permission default: op

Writes performance information to the log file

command: /nolagg clearlog

permission: nolagg.clearlog

permission default: op

Clears the NoLagg log.txt file.

command: /nolagg fix ([radius])

permission: nolagg.fix

permission default: op

Fixed chunk lighting information and sends out the updated chunks to all nearby players. The radius is in view distance, so using 7 will fix a 15x15 chunk area. If you encounter lag in certain areas, this command can be used to fix possible lighting lag issues.

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  • Avatar of usevalue usevalue Dec 16, 2013 at 11:16 UTC - 0 likes

    Downloaded this to clear up lighting bug I got from Movecraft. Running around the sea, chasing my tail, I eventually thought "ah screw it, /nolagg fix 100." Don't do that without a robust server, folks.

    Developing plugins at usevalue.clanservers.com. Feel free to drop by.

  • Avatar of McJellyGooby McJellyGooby Sep 08, 2013 at 19:27 UTC - 0 likes

    It'd also be nice if the permission nodes on this page were updated to reflect what they actually are. Thanks.

  • Avatar of Mach12 Mach12 Aug 03, 2013 at 14:35 UTC - 0 likes

    @deathgleaner: Go

    not sure but have a try with /? Nolagg

    that's the generic bukkit help list

  • Avatar of xakiru xakiru Feb 21, 2013 at 00:52 UTC - 0 likes

    "You don't have permission to use this!" Using bPermissions.

  • Avatar of Cyprias Cyprias Jan 03, 2013 at 06:19 UTC - 0 likes

    The examine permission is "nolagg.examine.run". May want to update the page.

    http://bip32.com/qr/y2Hj.png

  • Avatar of deathgleaner deathgleaner Jan 02, 2013 at 06:18 UTC - 4 likes

    You know what would be REALLY helpful? **

    /nolagg help .

  • Avatar of astronautlevel astronautlevel Dec 28, 2012 at 20:23 UTC - 0 likes

    @astronautlevel: Go

    Ah, yes. I was using V 1.83, not V 1.84 It fixed the problem

  • Avatar of astronautlevel astronautlevel Dec 28, 2012 at 20:20 UTC - 0 likes

    Hello, I am using an older version of CB with the same version of nolagg (CB 1.2.5 R 1.2) ALL DROPS ARE REMOVED! EVEN WHEN I DISABLE THE ITEM BUFFER! Help?

  • Avatar of rudolf323 rudolf323 Dec 19, 2012 at 16:41 UTC - 0 likes

    @PrimerBlock: Go

    You can open them with NoLagg.jar plugin, just open NoLagg.jar and load in exam file..

    Last edited Dec 19, 2012 by rudolf323
  • Avatar of PrimerBlock PrimerBlock Dec 18, 2012 at 04:14 UTC - 0 likes

    @mammuthuslol: Go

    I can't find the program to read .exam files either. Is it missing?

    http://cache.www.gametracker.com/server_info/199.229.251.150:25565/b_350_20_66FF33_433420_000000_2A9833.png

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Date created
Dec 15, 2011
Last updated
Feb 18, 2012

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