How to install and use the built in server stats panel


Note In order to use the Server Stats panel on your server, you must either be using Bukkit, Spigot, PaperMC, Forge, or Fabric. This feature does not work for pure Vanilla MC servers.

How to install the Server Stats panel on your control panel
Log in to the BisectHosting Premium or Budget panel.

2. Confirm your server is running either Bukkit, Spigot, PaperMC, Forge, or Fabric. This feature will not work for pure Vanilla MC servers.

3. On the Home page, scroll down until you see the Server Stats installation panel.

4. Depending on the instance you currently have running, click Install <Instance Type>.

Note Install Bukkit Plugin works for both Bukkit, Spigot, and PaperMC

5. Once installed, Restart your server and refresh your control panel page.

6. Once fully restarted, the Server Stats panel will appear on your Home page.

Important things to know about the Server Stats panel


    RAM (Random-Access Memory) This graph will show the current RAM usage while your server is running. RAM usage can fluctuate based on the plugins/mods installed, amount of players on your server, and even what settings you have enabled.
    CPU (Central Processing Unit) This graph will show how much processing power your server is using. High processing power is usually indicative of too many players, loading too many chunks at once, faulty plugins, and more. It is completely normal for the CPU percentage levels to randomly spike as you start your server or if a new player joins.
    TPS (Ticks Per Second) This graph shows your server's current Ticks Per Seconds. Your TPS will often fluctuate based on chunks loaded, faulty plugins, and more. Your Minecraft server should run at 18-20 TPS. Anything lower and your server is technically underperforming. Please keep in mind that it's normal to see lower performance depending on what's running on your server. This is especially true with modded servers.
    Loaded Chunks This graph shows the number of loaded chunks (16x16x256) on your server. The graph will often fluctuate as players generate new chunks, explore the world, or log in or out.
    Loaded Entities This graph shows the number of currently activated/loaded entities on your server. Entities are objects in the game such as boats, mobs, animals, and players. 

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