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

Discussion in 'Bukkit Tools' started by PhonicUK, Apr 14, 2012.

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    I've just put out an update that can work with the 1.7.2 dev build. There's a bug in the build that stops it from working properly with MCMA (It's ignoring the -d argument) so 2491 has a workaround.
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    Hi all,

    I'm currently using McMyAdmin and I'm really happy with it. I have a domain name and I want to configure an apache server on the computer running in order to redirect sub domain. For exemple admin.mydomain.com to the mcmyadmin interface, map.mydomain.com to the dynmap correct port. I cannot do it on the interface of my domain provider, because I cannot select the port for the redirection.

    So I want to be sure it will not broke mcmyadmin or minecraft acces by adding an apache server to the computer running mcmyadmin because I will use virtual host or apache redirection. I don't know how to do it but it seems to be the correct way to do it. If you have any solution please let me know.

    Thanks a lot for your support
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    I think you can just point that subdomain to the IP where you're running mcMyAdmin (Using an A or SRV record in your DNS setup). Apache runs on port 80, so it won't interfere with your minecraft server, which runs (by default) on port 25565.

    SRV records: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SRV_record
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    It's been a while since I posted here! A few of the things that have changed recently:

    * McMyAdmin got a file manager! You can upload/download files right from the web interface.
    * Android app! Counterpart to it's iOS version. Not quite as feature rich yet, but getting there over time.
    * Massively improved multiworld support over McMyAdmin 2.0
    * BungeeCord support! MCMA is capable of starting up bungee and giving you console access and crash recovery. No UI yet for it, but you can configure it as you'd expect via the file manager.

    Right now we're working on server linking so you can manage multiple servers from a single panel.

    Also if you missed it, last year McMyAdmin changed hands from being owned by me personally to CubeCoders Limited. We've got a nice office here in Bristol, UK.
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    Im still on, wont update then unless the CPU calculation is fixed... ugh
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    You probably need to play with the setting to toggle multi-core CPU usage calculation. MCMA asks the OS for CPU usage information, but does report it differently from tools like top.

    Also it's worth noting that on the 19th, version becomes the 'minimum' version - so anything older than that will auto-update. It's one of the final stages of upgrading to the new licence system.
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    I've even tried that when I asked it on the IRC, CPU usage is higher, thinking like the server lags...

    I had that issue way before too it got fixed. now its happening again.. same issue
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    McMyAdmin just got released.

    Change log is available at http://wiki.cubecoders.com/wiki/19/

    Edit: This update has been temporarily rolled back due to an issue affecting Linux systems. It will return soon once it has been resolved.
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    The 2530 update has been put back in place. Enjoy!
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