Getting StartedยปInstallation

Getting Started

Installation

Learn how to install Analyse on Spigot, BungeeCord and Velocity.


Our Minecraft analytics are easy to install and you can be up and running within a matter of minutes. First, you'll need to sign in or create an account to get started with Analyse.

Installing on a Spigot Server

Once you're logged in, head to the Add Server section and enter a memorable name for this server, it doesn't have to be unique and is only used as a nickname. Once you've created a name, press enter and you'll be given a "configure command" that will need to be used later on, so keep this page open in another tab!

Then, in a new tab, head back to our dashboard and you'll find a downloads section in your sidebar. For this, you'll need the Bukkit option for running within Spigot or Paper servers. Once downloaded, you'll need to do the following:

  1. Place analyse-bukkit-<version>.jar into your servers plugins folder.
  2. Then restart your server.

Once your server is up, head back to your server settings page and press the Copy button for your configure command. Just paste this command into your server console - you're done!

Installing on BungeeCord / Velocity

If you don't wish to track domains on your network, you'll only need to install Analyse on your Spigot servers. If you do want to track these, you'll need to install our proxy plugin which requires Redis to be installed. Head to the dashboard and download either our BungeeCord or Velocity plugin depending on what your network uses.

Once downloaded, you'll need to do the following:

  1. Place analyse-bungeecord/velocity-<version>.jar into your proxies plugins folder.
  2. Then restart your proxy.

Configuring the proxy

After your proxy has finished restarting, head to the plugins/Analyse folder and open the config.yml file. You'll find the following options:

redis:  host: 'localhost'  port: 6379

You'll need to configure these with your Redis details, you can add the username and password fields too if you require them, like so:

redis:  host: 'localhost'  port: 6379  username: 'myusername'  password: 'password123'

Configuring the servers

After you've configured your proxy, head to the plugins/Analyse folder within each of your Spigot servers and open the config.yml file. You'll find the following options:

advanced:  enabled: false  redis:    host: '127.0.0.1'    port: 6379

You'll need to configure these with the same Redis details you used for your proxy, make sure you also enable this option by setting enabled to true. You can also add the username and password fields too if you require them, like so:

advanced:  enabled: true  redis:    host: '127.0.0.1'    port: 6379    username: 'myusername'    password: 'password123'