MCdigr will be permanently shutting down its services on May 3 due to unforeseen circumstances. We greatly appreciate all of our users, and wish we could continue providing Minecraft stats for all. Keep on digging!
We dig your craft!
Since the plugin is still in it's beta phase, you MUST stay current
to use our service!
MCdigr.com tracks and stores a growing set of
Minecraft statistics across servers. Server owners install our plugin,
and any players that play on these servers will have their stats
tracked. Server stats are tracked too!
By logging in to MCdigr.com, server owners can
monitor and see their system's operation in many viewports that are
synchronized and dynamically updating.
Our backend system is designed to scale with the incoming data. Our
interface is sleek, simple, and well tested.
About MCdigr Plugin
The plugin collects statistics and sends the results every 1, 5 or 15 minutes to
MCdigr.com. As a fail-safe for network congestion,
the plugin implements a fault tolerance policy - it retains a server's
stats locally for up to 24 hours.
Engineering the MCdigr plugin so that it does the heavy lifting without
interfering with gameplay was a real challenge. Before our public release,
we had relentlessly tested the plugin on a server that constantly had 150+
active players at any given time.
Statistics collection can be controlled from config.yml. The default set
is good enough for most people! You must download it after you add a server to
mcdigr.com, and then add it the MCdigr directory
in bukkit's plugin directory.
Each server has a unique code that is automatically inserted into your
config.yml file when you download it. The plugin disables itself if
the code is not there. To disable a statistic from being collected,
simply remove it from the enabled list in config.yml.
Please have port 37996 open or the plugin will not be able to communicate
with the MCdigr servers. While most Minecraft hosts allow all outbound
connections, a few large hosts do block outbound ports by default. Contacting
your host should quickly resolve this.
- Active players
Tracks the players seen in the last interval
- Block breaks
Tracks who broke what (the type of the block destroyed)
- Block placement
Tracks who placed what (the type of the block placed)
Tracks the number of chats, player and systemwise. This DOES NOT track WHAT is said!
Tracks who/what dies
- Economy balances
Tracks player balances, if you have Vault installed.
Tracks the total number of entities in all worlds.
- Entity explosions
Tracks creeper, TNT, fireball and wither skull explosions!
Tracks who was kicked and when
Tracks all login attempts (successful and not)
- Player experience level
Reports a player's last known experience level
- Player time
Tracks how much time a player spends on your server
Records some environment info at start
- Tick rate
Reports the average tick rate from the last interval
We value your suggestions and feedback!
- Date created
- Jun 05, 2012
- Last update
- Dec 28, 2012
- Development stage
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