|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Spark||786||11 days ago||41||gpl-3.0||Java|
|A performance profiler for Minecraft clients, servers, and proxies.|
|Akarin||454||2 months ago||16||other||Java|
|Akarin is a powerful server software from the 'new dimension'|
|C2me Fabric||442||2 days ago||39||mit||Java|
|A Fabric mod designed to improve the chunk performance of Minecraft.|
|Minecraft Performance Flags Benchmarks||409||a month ago||13||mit||Python|
|Sane, Benchmarked Java Flags and Tweaks for Minecraft|
|Mirai||369||4 months ago||10||gpl-3.0||Kotlin|
|Mirai 未来 - A powerful Minecraft Server Software coming from the future|
|Xseries||304||2 months ago||3||mit||Java|
|Library for cross-version Minecraft Bukkit support and various efficient API methods.|
|Npc Lib||260||11 days ago||13||mit||Java|
|Asynchronous, high-performance Minecraft NPC library for 1.8-1.19 servers.|
|Lagmonitor||186||2 months ago||27||mit||Java|
|Monitor performance of your Minecraft server. Similar to VisualVM and Java Mission Control.|
|Dynamic Fps||182||a month ago||10||mit||Java|
|Improve performance when Minecraft is in the background|
|Sportpaper||144||3 months ago||13||other||Shell|
|Performance-tuned Minecraft 1.8 server|
Gives you the possibility to monitor your server performance. This plugin is based on the powerful tools VisualVM and Java Mission Control, both provided by Oracle. This plugin gives you the possibility to use the features provided by these tools also in Minecraft itself. This might be useful for server owners/administrators who cannot use the tools.
Furthermore it especially made for Minecraft itself. So you can also check your TPS (Ticks per seconds), player ping, server timings and so on.
lagmonitor.* - Access to all LagMonitor features
lagmonitor.commands.* - Access to all commands
/ping - Gets your server ping /ping <player> - Gets the ping of the selected player /stacktrace - Gets the execution stacktrace of the current thread /stacktrace <threadName> - Gets the execution stacktrace of selected thread /thread - Outputs all running threads with their current state /tpshistory - Outputs the current tps /mbean - List all available mbeans (java environment information, JMX) /mbean <beanName> - List all available attributes of this mbean /mbean <beanName> <attribute> - Outputs the value of this attribute /system - Gives you some general information (Minecraft server related) /env - Gives you some general information (OS related) /timing - Outputs your server timings ingame /monitor [start|stop|paste] - Monitors the CPU usage of methods /graph [heap|cpu|threads|classes] - Gives you visual graph about your server (currently only the heap usage) /native - Gives you some native os information /vm - Outputs vm specific information like garbage collector, class loading or vm specification /network - Shows network interface configuration /tasks - Information about running and pending tasks /heap - Heap dump about your current memory /lagpage <next|prev|pageNumber|save|all> - Pagination command for the current pagination session /jfr <start|stop|dump> - Manages the Java Flight Recordings of the native Java VM. It gives you much more detailed information including network communications, file read/write times, detailed heap and thread data, ...
Development builds of this project can be acquired at the provided CI (continuous integration) server. It contains the latest changes from the Source-Code in preparation for the following release. This means they could contain new features, bug fixes and other changes since the last release.
Nevertheless builds are only tested using a small set of automated and a few manual tests. Therefore they could contain new bugs and are likely to be less stable than released versions.
This plugin performs network requests to:
This project supports reproducible builds for enhanced security. In short, this means that the source code matches the generated built jar file. Outputs could vary by operating system (line endings), different JDK versions and build timestamp. You can extract this using build-info. Once you have the configuration to use the same line endings and JDK version, you can use the following command to inject a custom build timestamp in order to complete the configuration.
mvn clean install -Dproject.build.outputTimestamp=DATE