This Forge mod allows server admins to get ingame access to the server's data. Accessing the data is done via two commands and their respective sub-commands, which are described below. The op permission level required for executing these commands is configurable within the mod's serverconfig file.
This mod adds two commands that are usable by server admins. The former one is for reading the server data, the latter one's purpose is accessing the world data (and can thus also be used in singleplayer). Both commands have subcommands with which specific data can be retrieved.
- crash-reports allows you to get access to the content of crash reports, either via sending them into the chat or copying the content to clipboard
- logs allows you to get access to the content of log files, either via sending them into the chat or copying the content to clipboard
- properties allows you to read the server's properties, with all the property keys and their respective values
- advancements allows you to count or read out the advancements of specific players
- dimensiondata allows you to read the data of all registered dimensions, sorted by dimension type
- playerdata allows you to read the data of specific players
- region allows you to get useful information about all region files registered in that world instance (for example, the space they are taking up on disk)
- statistics allows you to read and compare either all or single statistics of specific or all players
- worlddata allows you to read the data of the world instance
Accessing the server or world data from ingame commands might be useful for server admins that don't have direct file access to the server's files, and additionally, accessing the data via this mod is also a bit more user-friendly than through a file explorer.
This mod does not add support for all types of server or world data, for example managing datapacks or configuration files, since there are either already commands or similar means in Vanilla or Forge that handle this data well enough, or the data is for internal use only and thus irrelevant for server admins.
Finally, this mod is serverside only. Clientside support may be added in the future (in form of reading log files, crash reports etc. in a custom screen) if there is demand.
What means Verified?
Compatibility: The mod should be compatible with the latest version of Minecraft and be clearly labeled with its supported versions.
Functionality: The mod should work as advertised and not cause any game-breaking bugs or crashes.
Security: The mod should not contain any malicious code or attempts to steal personal information.
Performance: The mod should not cause a significant decrease in the game's performance, such as by causing lag or reducing frame rates.
Originality: The mod should be original and not a copy of someone else's work.
Up-to-date: The mod should be regularly updated to fix bugs, improve performance, and maintain compatibility with the latest version of Minecraft.
Support: The mod should have an active developer who provides support and troubleshooting assistance to users.
License: The mod should be released under a clear and open source license that allows others to use, modify, and redistribute the code.
Documentation: The mod should come with clear and detailed documentation on how to install and use it.
How to Install
Download Forge & Java
Download Forge from the offical Site or here. If you dont have Java installed then install it now from here. After Downloading Forge you can run the file with Java.
Lounch Minecraft and select your Forge istallation as Version this will create a Folder called Mods.
Type Win+R and type %appdata% and open the .minecraft Folder. There will you find your Folder called Mods. Place all Mods you want to play in this Folder
You are now Ready. Re-start your Game and start Playing.