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The first time AltFinder is run it will take some time to start up. this is normal, and will very rarely (if ever) take that long again.
Installation instructions can be found on the wiki here. It it highly recommended to read the wiki.
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# How the plugin stores long-term data storage: # The storage method # # Options: # - MySQL (remote) # - SQLite (local) method: 'sqlite' data: # Address and port of the remote database (if applicable) address: '127.0.0.1:3306' # The name of the database AltFinder will store data in # If you're using remote options, this must be created beforehand database: 'altfinder' # Table prefix for all AltFinder tables prefix: 'altfinder_' # Database credentials (if applicable) username: '' password: '' # Whether or not to use SSL ssl: false # MongoDB options- obviously don't need to worry about these if not using MongoDB ;) mongodb: # Connection prefix for all AltFinder connections collection-prefix: '' # MongoDB ClientConnectionURI connection-uri: '' settings: # The maximum size of the database connection pool # Determines the max number of connections to the database max-pool-size: 2 # The minimum size of the satabase connection pool # Determines the min number of connections kept alive to the database min-idle: 2 # The maximum lifetime of a connection in the pool # Should be at least 30 seconds less than any database or infrastructure-imposed connection time limit max-lifetime: 1800000 # 30 minutes # The maximum number of milliseconds that the plugin will wait for a new connection from the pool before timing out timeout: 5000 # 5 seconds # Extra connection properties properties: unicode: true encoding: 'utf8' # Redis is a very fast cache accessible by multiple servers # If you don't want to constantly hit your database for queries, try enabling and configuring this # You will need to install the (external) Redis server software if you haven't already # https://redis.io/ redis: enabled: false # Address and port of the remote Redis server address: '127.0.0.1:6379' # Redis credentials password: '' # RabbitMQ is a messaging queue that will allow the plugin to push instant updates across multiple servers # You will need to install the (external) RabbitMQ server software if you haven't already # https://www.rabbitmq.com/ rabbitmq: enabled: false # Address and port of the remote RabbitMQ server address: '127.0.0.1:5672' # RabbitMQ credentials username: 'guest' password: 'guest' # When true, logs some extra output to the console so you can see if/why things might be failing debug: false # A list of player UUIDs and/or IPs to ignore ignore: - '127.0.0.1' - 'localhost' - '::1' #- '069a79f4-44e9-4726-a5be-fca90e38aaf5' #Notch stats: # Whether or not to send anonymous usage statistics to bStats # True: Send anonymous stats; let the author know how well the plugin is doing and how it's used! # False: Do not send stats and make the author sad :( usage: true # Whether or not to send anonymous errors to the author # True: Send errors anonymously to Rollbar and/or GameAnalytics so the author can fix them! # False: Do not send errors and wonder why any bugs you encounter haven't beeen fixed errors: true update: # Whether or not to automatically check for updates and notify the console if found check: true # Whether or not to notify players with the altfinder.admin permission node notify: true # Config version, no touchy plz version: 3.1
/seen <ip|name> - Shows the last logout time of a player.
/altfinder reload - Reloads the plugin.
/altfinder search|find - Finds potential alt accounts on the IP or player specified.
/altfinder delete|del|gdpr - Removes a given IP or player from the system.
altfinder.admin - gives access to reload and delete commands, and notifies of updates
altfinder.seen - perm node for /seen
altfinder.search - perm nodes for the search command
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Disclaimer: I am a plugin developer, not a lawyer. This information is provided as a “best guess” and is not legal advice.
API documentation can be found on the wiki here.