[Web/Admin] McMyAdmin 2.5.3.0 - The most secure and most popular Minecraft web admin panel.

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    PhonicUK

    McMyAdmin 2.5

    McMyAdmin remains the most secure and most mature Minecraft web admin panel.

    Grab the version for your system at https://mcmyadmin.com

    New to 2.5:
    • Integrated file manager, simple drag-and-drop interface.
    • Basic BungeeCord support
    • Improved native Linux binary.
    • Enhanced backup system.
    • New scheduler functions
    • Even more security enhancements
    • More bug fixes than you can shake a stick at!
    See the full set of release notes at http://wiki.cubecoders.com/pages/tag/release-notes

    McMyAdmin remains the only Minecraft admin panel to pass a penetration test from an external CREST certified security consultancy. Why use anything less secure?

    Just a reminder - Support is available from http://support.cubecoders.com/ - we'd prefer you direct any technical queries there so we can keep our support centralized.
     
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    vapid2323

    WOOT! Testing time!
     
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    Killburner

    Thanks for the hard work. Off to test!

    Do you still have plans for multi-world backups?
     
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    Boon Pek

    How do I install this over McMyAdmin 1? Mono doesn't seem to function and outputs:

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    McMyAdmin Updater - 2.1.1.0
     
    Running in 32-bit mode.
    * Assertion at mono-debug-debugger.c:68, condition `initialized' not met
     
    Stacktrace:
     
      at (wrapper managed-to-native) System.AppDomain.LoadAssemblyRaw (System.AppDomain,byte[],byte[],System.Security.Policy.Evidence,bool) <0xffffffff>
      at System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[],System.Security.Policy.Evidence,bool) <0x00027>
      at System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[],System.Security.Policy.Evidence) <0x0001b>
      at (wrapper remoting-invoke-with-check) System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[],System.Security.Policy.Evidence) <0xffffffff>
      at System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[]) <0x0001b>
      at (wrapper remoting-invoke-with-check) System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[]) <0xffffffff>
      at System.Reflection.Assembly.Load (byte[],byte[]) <0x0001f>
      at ct.c () <0x000ef>
      at ct.a (string[]) <0x002ff>
      at (wrapper runtime-invoke) <Module>.runtime_invoke_void_object (object,intptr,intptr,intptr) <0xffffffff>
     
    Native stacktrace:
     
            mono() [0x80e126c]
            [0xf57fe40c]
            [0xf57fe416]
            /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(gsignal+0x4f) [0xb7589c8f]
            /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(abort+0x175) [0xb758d2b5]
            mono() [0x82146d7]
            mono() [0x8214753]
            mono(mono_debugger_unlock+0) [0x819bb90]
            mono() [0x819da6c]
            mono() [0x8127fcb]
            [0xb56aab10]
            [0xb56aaa80]
            [0xb56aaa44]
            [0xb56aa9f8]
            [0xb56aa97c]
            [0xb56aa92c]
            [0xb56aa8b0]
            [0xb56cd620]
            [0xb57fc388]
            [0xb57fc507]
            mono() [0x8064afc]
     
    Debug info from gdb:
     
     
    =================================================================
    Got a SIGABRT while executing native code. This usually indicates
    a fatal error in the mono runtime or one of the native libraries
    used by your application.
    =================================================================
     
    Aborted
    


    whenever I run McMyAdmin 2.0. It worked fine with 1.0.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Looks like your Mono installation is out of date. MCMA2 requires Mono 2.10.8 - you can check with mono --version

    If updating mono to a newer version doesn't help, head to the phonicuk forums and create a thread including the output of uname -a
     
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    Hampi90

    Can you just update via the update tab inside mcmyadmin? Or do you have to make a manual update and download the file from the homepage? =)
     
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    xMinecraft

    How i update the version of Mono?
     
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    PhonicUK

    Manual update, but you can keep the existing configuration files, so just unpack new ones on top of the old ones.
     
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    honkeyponk

    I get this error not sure what it means


    Code:
    McMyAdmin Updater - 2.1.1.0
     
    Running in 64-bit mode.
    * Assertion at mono-debug-debugger.c:68, condition `initialized' not met
     
    Stacktrace:
     
      at (wrapper managed-to-native) System.AppDomain.LoadAssemblyRaw (System.AppDomain,byte[],byte[],System.Security.Policy.Evidence,bool) <0xffffffff>
      at System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[],System.Security.Policy.Evidence,bool) <0x0004b>
      at System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[],System.Security.Policy.Evidence) <0x0001f>
      at (wrapper remoting-invoke-with-check) System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[],System.Security.Policy.Evidence) <0xffffffff>
      at System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[]) <0x00023>
      at (wrapper remoting-invoke-with-check) System.AppDomain.Load (byte[],byte[]) <0xffffffff>
      at System.Reflection.Assembly.Load (byte[],byte[]) <0x00027>
      at ct.c () <0x00117>
      at ct.a (string[]) <0x00327>
      at (wrapper runtime-invoke) <Module>.runtime_invoke_void_object (object,intptr,intptr,intptr) <0xffffffff>
     
    Native stacktrace:
     
        mono() [0x48c346]
        /lib64/libpthread.so.0(+0xf4a0) [0x2ac496e824a0]
        /lib64/libc.so.6(gsignal+0x35) [0x2ac4970c1885]
        /lib64/libc.so.6(abort+0x175) [0x2ac4970c3065]
        mono() [0x5d4a4a]
        mono() [0x5d4bfb]
        mono() [0x5146ab]
        mono() [0x5a36d5]
        mono() [0x56c9ce]
        [0x416a5a2e]
     
    Debug info from gdb:
     
     
    =================================================================
    Got a SIGABRT while executing native code. This usually indicates
    a fatal error in the mono runtime or one of the native libraries
    used by your application.
    =================================================================
     
    Aborted
     
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    nicquehen

    Nice to test it ! How i can import my permission.yml (pex) into Mcmyadmin? when i set pex it replace my original file.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Permissions can't be imported at this time (but hopefully in the future), you have to enter permissions into the web interface to get MCMA to export them.
     
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    xMinecraft

    Please, help me, how i update the version of mono?
     
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    zeeveener

    How do you add/remove worlds from the Users/groups panel? It looks like you planned it, but never implemented it.

    Just because, you know that most perms can be per world now...
     
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    PhonicUK

    I had to drop multiworld support from this release to keep a sensible release date. It's going to be added in again later.

    Edit: I keep not being able to reply. Please direct any technical questions to the PhonicUK forum :)
     
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    7cardcha

    Why the heck would anybody need this.

    ssh [email protected]

    java -jar craftbukkit.jar

    So much more flexible that way :>
     
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    PhonicUK

    Dunno, ask the now 17000 server admins running some version of McMyAdmin and find out ;) Or heck, try it yourself and ask how you did without it ^_^

    It's probably got something to do with clicking a few buttons to make the server restart nightly being a bit quicker and easier than setting up a crontab entry to push the instructions to screen and make sure it all happens correctly without leaving the server stopped :p
     
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    7cardcha


    I have to disagree. I love command line. crontab is simple.

    I mean no offence to you. Great programming! It's just that those 17000 admins should be learning shell!

    On windows Cygwin is Win.

    If you have a remote server running windows for minecraft you are retarded. So much more uneeded cost and slowdown.

    Windows is a great desktop OS and a terrible server OS.
     
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    PhonicUK

    Guess what OS the McMyAdmin management backend servers run that handle over 2 million requests every day? ;) (Actual answer: VMware ESXi 5, but the VMs run a mixture of OSs :p)

    Either way it's moot. If people find it useful great, if you don't - why are you here? :p Besides, using SSH from a phone or tablet is a bit painful compared to a dedicated app ;)

    How'd Windows get into this anyway? MCMA runs on all platforms!
     
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    yttriuszzerbus

    Isn't it a bad idea to run craftbukkit as root?
     
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    7cardcha


    Just an example.
     
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    Killer0561

    I have a very big problem.
    After I had mono updated to 2.10.8, since I get this error message from McMyAdmin:


    But with mono had no problems with the install!


    I really do not know what else could it be =)
    About Help I would be very happy.

    Yours sincerely,

    Killer0561 aka Sascha
     
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    ZachBora

    Why would he need to update mono if it's no longer needed?
    I don't know much about linux but just thought I'd ask.
     
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    PhonicUK

    The native linux version is 64-bit only. 32 bit systems still need Mono.
     
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    zeeveener

    Does this take more RAM then the previous version? I used to be able to run with it using 2 out of 2.5gb ram from the host, but now it gets into a loop of restarting whenever I put it back to 2... It has to be 1.5 or else its unusable...

    Also, how do I restart MCMA properly?
     
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    Boon Pek

    How can I update mono from 2.10.5 to 2.10.8? I'd like a centralised working set of instructions to guide me through this update. Ubuntu 11.10 doesn't come with 2.10.8, and my VPS doesn't support 12.04 as of yet.
     
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    PhonicUK

    MCMA2 uses about 500KB (0.5MB) more RAM than MCMA1 for its webserver cache. You can quit MCMA properly by running /quit on its command line (you may need to run it more than once)

    Just updated the wiki page for this, it tells you exactly what to run:

    http://wiki.phonicuk.com/Installing-Mono-in-Ubuntu.ashx

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
     
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    zeeveener

    I don't mean to undermine your knowledge of your program, but are you sure its not using more memory?

    Before I updated it would sit (without anyone in the game) at ~400-600mb consistently, out of 2048mb that's about 25%.
    When i asked you before, I hadn't changed any settings, hadn't added anymore plugins and it would not start unless the server was given 1536mb and the rest left for MCMA.
    Now, I have the 2048mb back, but i had to disable almost half of my plugins and it still sits at 45%. Here is an image:
    Screen Shot 2012-04-17 at 9.54.15 AM.png

    I don't know if it's something on your end, or the hosts, but the host is playing corporation and telling me it's my fault for having too many plugins when I used the same settings before.

    List of plugins:
    Code:
    Buycraft = disabled
    CapsGuard - disabled
    DeathNotifier - disabled
    Factions - disabled
    NoLagg suite - disabled
    NoCheat - disabled
    Spectate - disabled
    xrayinformer - disabled
     
    Essentials
    Herochat
    Logblock
    LWC
    Modifyworld
    Multiinv
    Multiverse Core
    Multiverse Portals
    NoLagg core
    Permissionsex
    PEXRank
    PluginList
    Vault
    War
    WorldBorder
    WorldGuard
    WorldEdit
    ZNounce
    ZPort
    ZSpawn
    Also, there are a few small, not very noticeable problems that you might like to know about:
    1) When logging back in, it remembers the previous menu choice, but displays the default menu (All side sections)
    2) Colour preferences don't stay after a relog
    3) Time-stamp in console is on whether its enabled or not in configuration
    4) A nice feature would be a ClickToRemember for logging in.
    5) Users and Groups doesn't export to PEX sql database. (Might be a pex issue I dunno)
     
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    PhonicUK

    The RAM usage it shows is just what the Minecraft server uses. It doesn't include MCMAs own memory usage.

    PEX support is only available when using YML files as a data store and not an SQL database (MCMA works by replacing these files and making PEX read them)
     
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    PhonicUK

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    TheJungleTree

    Dear PhonicUK,

    After the 2.1.1.2 Update the groups & permissions, "Permissions" disappeared
     
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