How to install and use the server stats panel on a Minecraft server

The BisectHosting Server Stats panel helps administrators gain valuable insights into the server's performance and player interactions on a Minecraft server. Server stats provide real-time data on various metrics, including RAM usage, CPU processing power, Ticks Per Second (TPS), loaded chunks, and active entities. Administrators can proactively identify and address potential issues such as high resource consumption, lag, or faulty plugins by accessing this information. Additionally, these statistics help administrators make informed decisions about server upgrades, modifications, or adjustments to enhance overall performance and maintain a stable and responsive Minecraft server.

Bukkit, Spigot, Paper, Forge, or Fabric must be installed on the server.
Bukkit guide | Spigot/Paper guide | Forge guide | Fabric guide

Note Vanilla Minecraft is not compatible with the server stats panel.

How to Install and Use the Server Stats Panel on a Minecraft Server
1. Log in to the BisectHosting Premium or Budget panel.

2. Stop the server.

3. Scroll down to the Server Stats table and choose the Install option and version that matches the server.

Note The Bukkit plugin is compatible with Bukkit, Spigot, and Paper.

4. Start the server.

5. Refresh the page to see the Server Stats panel.

Server Stats Panel Information
Displays the current RAM usage while the server is running. RAM usage can fluctuate depending on the plugins/mods installed, the number of players on the server, and the settings enabled.

Displays the processing power the server is utilizing. High processing power typically indicates factors such as too many players, loading numerous chunks simultaneously, or problematic plugins. It is normal for CPU percentage levels to occasionally spike when starting the server or when a new player joins.

Displays the current Ticks Per Second on the server. TPS often varies depending on factors like loaded chunks and problematic plugins. Ideally, the server should consistently run at 18-20 TPS. Anything lower indicates technical underperformance. It's important to note that occasional lower performance is normal, especially with modded servers, depending on the server's current activities.

Loaded Chunks
Displays the number of loaded chunks (16x16x256) on the server. The graph often fluctuates as players generate new chunks, explore the world, or log in or out.

Displays the number of currently active entities on the server. Entities can be boats, mobs, animals, and players.

How to Uninstall the Server Stats Panel on a Minecraft Server
1. Log in to the BisectHosting Premium or Budget panel.

2. Stop the server.

3. Go to the File Manager tab on the left.

4. Depending on the server instance, open the following folder:
Forge/Fabric - mods

Bukkit/Spigot/Paper - plugins

5. Right-click BisectHosting-[server version].jar and hit Delete.

6. Confirm by clicking Delete.

7. Start the server.

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