Inactive [ADMIN] MC Server GUI .9.7 (cross-platform) - A GUI wrapper for your server (now w/in-game cmds)

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    ledhead900

    I can check boxes in windows just no the experimental one. lol hmm so the xmx bug still exists damn.
    Currently I tested it with v2.0 but not v2.1 tho I can connot use this for production yet as it has not announce or automated backup and restarts on jave version.

    I think the Windows gui versions is dead even tho I prefer the exe version as I did not to run to many java jars as I set java to realtime or high priroty and that kinda defeats the purpose if I have a interface running in java.

    Edit
    wait I will check v2.1
     
  2. @ledhead900 nah, that xmx bug is fixed in .2.1. BigRenegade is having issues and is still stuck with .2.0..
     
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    ledhead900

    Actually he is right I just test 2.1 on my gaming rig java 7 issue persists in windows with xmx but I can check rest of boxes fine but the expirimental box all check boxes save but the xmx.

    Experimental works if I enable in config to "true"

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    let me test again to make sure

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    yes it is still broken in windows this time on windows 7 will test on MS server edition
    also why does the about tab say v2.0 I clearely download from the OP link and removed the old versions between downloads.

    u sure u uploaded the new version?
     
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    BigRenegade

    @ledhead900

    I'm working at picking up using AutoHotKey so I can work with him and try to keep the Windows version alive as well as keep the java version going for cross platform. Can be fun learning and testing at the same time lol
     
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    ledhead900

    AutoHotKeys?
    Would not be a less hassle to just let users pick hotkeys ?

    Edit:
    speaking of hit keys I dont like shift much lol it would be eaiser for me the say hotkey was f1 lol
    or I could macro it to a mouse button. Come to think of it I could macro to any button I want now. ;)
     
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    BigRenegade

    @ledhead900

    you can get it from this download link. it will be up for the next 3 hours.

    EDIT: Link has expired.

    AutoHotKeys is actually a compiler type program. You can create GUI interfaces for various programs. In this case it links in to the java console and puts the info into a GUI interface that's more pleasant to look at lol

    It was a package I didn't even know about until meeting dumptruckman

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
     
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  7. @ledhead900 yeah, there was some weird issue with github on the file download problem... I was able to download .2.1 from it on 2 separate computers but apparently no one else could. I fixed the link in the OP.
    Autohotkey is a scripting language. It's really neat actually, but it's windows only, that's why I'm switching to Java.
     
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    ledhead900

    hmm sounded very interesting indeed. How hard is it to use ?
    will test new link ASAP!
     
  9. Very easy, especially compared to Java. It can do really simple things like set up custom hot keys
    Code:
    #n::Run Notepad
    ^!c::Run calc.exe
    That script creates 2 hotkeys, Windows+N and Control+Alt+C.. I think it's obvious what they do. :) And then of course, you can create really advanced stuff, like my gui!
     
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    ledhead900

    ah Nice so im guessing ^ is ctrl and ! is the sign for alt.
    It does indeed look freaking simple to make hotkeys to a lot simpler then VBS.
     
  11. @ledhead900 .2.2 should fix the issue with that check box being grayed out.
     
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    ledhead900

    v2.2 did its job Custom launch works as expected by un greying it out and XMS saves fine.

    Next to todo - autoserver backup - restarts and I will move to this from the Win version and test all ur new version for you.
     
  13. Excellent, and yeah, that's next on my todo list... It's keeping me from using it in production as well!
     
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    BigRenegade

    @dumptruckman

    Will be gone most of the time over the next few days. Got a short gig to make some money and the weekend is going to be busy also. Will do what I can to help when I get in at night and before leaving in the morning, but it may be a bit before I can get back to full time helping.
     
  15. Thought I might post a screen shot of the upcoming task scheduler I'm working on for version .3.0. I heard you guys when I made the Windows version and this time around am trying to make the scheduling much more robust. This will be using a cron like system to perform various tasks.

    [​IMG]
     
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    BigRenegade

    @dumptruckman
    SWEET! This is going to be the best Server Control GUI out there, bar none.
     
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    ledhead900

    OH nice I was wondering why the restarts on the windows one where not showing a broadcast before restarting.
    Plus that new control for schedual is freaking awesome.
     
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    ledhead900

    :D does this include Full backups ?
     
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    BigRenegade

    @ledhead900
    Whatever files/folders you have checked in the backup tab should be what gets backed up.

    @dumptruckman
    Will let it run under windows overnight and see how it acts.
     
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    ledhead900

    I get that was just asking if the schedular included the Backups or just restarts.
     
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    BigRenegade

    The scheduler includes backups also :) The whole server if you want :D

    Having taken a complete look at the scheduler I almost fell over. I don't know of any save plug-in that comprehensive in what you want to do. And it worked flawlessly during the night. It backed up every 2 hours (as I set it) and restarted the server every 3 hours (also as I set it).

    @dumptruckman

    You out did yourself with this one. I'd use this GUI if for no other reason than the wide flexibility of maintaining server back-ups and restarts. :D

    [diamond][diamond][diamond][diamond][diamond][diamond][diamond][diamond][diamond][diamond]: 10 diamonds for you

    I'll have to wait until this evening to test the linux side. Have to work today and won't be in until about 9:00pm
    Will boot up Linux befor hitting the sack and let it run overnight also.

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
     
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  22. @ledhead900 The scheduling task options are start, stop, restart, send command, and backup. The backup task will perform the exact same way as if you had pressed the manual backup button (which lets you select any file/folder from your server directory or even the whole directory.)

    Thanks @BigRenegade
     
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    BigRenegade

    @dumptruckman

    The scheduler window opens too small in Linux to see all of the options. The month names only show one letter, the days of the week are also shortened and the window for the Scheduler is fixed size, not expandable. Will let you know more tonight as to the operations side. Will have it running all day while working.
     
  24. I am aware that Unity screws up everything display wise. Unity is very new and since it seems to not play completely nice, I would not recommend using it yet.
     
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    ledhead900

    Ah yes thank you guys, I was familer with windows task schedular this is pretty darn close I agree with what BigRenegade said you out did your self with this version :) its worth using just for backups if nothing else.

    I will swap to this in the morning :) keep us posted Dumptruckman.
     
  26. Hah, yeah, I was actually considering ripping off Windows Task Scheduler but I realized it a little too complicated and has too many options and all that. The big similarity is that they both use the power of cron expressions to handle their tasks. Perhaps my new scheduler is a bit TOO flexible now. ;p
     
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    ledhead900

    Na it looks good, I like the control it gives me over the times for each thing. Windows task tho on other hand can be a bit tricky to tame at times it tends to er be a little stubborn with its rules.
     
  28. The biggest issue with using cron based scheduling is that the warning message can't be prescheduled... So you'll have to settle for the warnings starting AT the event time and the event not actually happening until all the warnings are finished. And also due to this, only 3 events can be happening at a time. Meaning basically, if one events warnings are going off, two other events can also be "running" (and firing their warning messages) but any more than that and well... I'm not quite sure what will happen. If 3 is not enough, I can increase the thread pool to allow for more.
     
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    ledhead900

    basicly its this simple....

    Set a schedual to go off warning for restart at 30s then again at 15 then again at 5s
    Then after those Schedual Restart
    Then schedual a full backup

    I think I wotn know for sure until later when I get to toy with it a bit. 3 warnings should be fine ill proby only use 1 or 2
     
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