How To Use The Minecraft Console in Multicraft
Last modified on Nov 1, 2021 in control panel
Despite being a scary wall of generated text to some, the Console is quite a useful tool and should be worth investing time into understanding. The server console allows you to issue commands to the server and its players as well as provide you with detailed information related to the servers processes. In addition to issuing commands, it is also a great tool for troubleshooting possible server issues.
The commands you issue from the console act as OP level commands with full access. Because of this, it’s highly recommended that only trusted players or owners use the console. If you are looking to give players specific commands, consider using a permissions plugin.
Inputting a Command
- Navigate to the Apex Server Panel, then select
Consolefrom the left side menu.
- The following page should contain a black textbox with an assortment of information being displayed and an input field below it.
- To enter a command, type it in the lower text bar without a “/”, then press the
Enterkey or press
When your server encounters a fatal error it is most likely shown within the consoles output. Most issues result in having to review the output for error messages and cycle the servers power while also making edits to the servers files. Whether you are checking for plugin errors or locating the source of a crash, the console is a great tool for troubleshooting.
If you need some help, the our Apex support team will be happy to help.