Migrating to >=V1.16.43
This is also the migration guide for 1.12.23, 1.13.38, 1.14.36, 1.15.37
This release focuses on adding full support for a multi server setup. Typically this includes having a bungee network setup and a hub server redirecting players to the different MC servers.
This was already possible by connecting every server instance running Staff++ to the same MySQL database. But this was never really supported and having this setup might have caused some bugs with certain features.
Make sure every staff member has exited staff mode. Shut down the server! Replace the old Staff++ jar with the new one. Start the server up so that the configuration file can be generated. After successful start up shut the server down again so we can start configuration.
Search for the property:
server-nameinside the configuration file. The server name should be unique for this server. If you have a multi-server setup every server running Staff++ must configure this with a different name. If you are running a minecraft server network make sure to give this property the same name as the server name used by the network.
I recommend keeping the server-name property alphanumeric. Underscore, dashes and spaces can be used.
This release has recoded part of the staff mode system. This has little to no impact on the functionality. However we now do support persisting staff-mode when exiting and reentering the server.
# Whether or not staff mode will be enabled for staff when they login.
# Whether or not staff mode will be disabled for staff when they logout. If false the staff mode will be reenabled on login.
If you want to keep the previous behavior where Staff++ would automatically exit staff mode when you exit the server, change the property
If you want to enable the below mentioned server synchronization for staff-mode. Both these properties must be false.
If you are only using SQLITE database setup you are done here. You won't be able to use any of the below features. Should you have a multi-server setup and want to use any of the synchronization features, you will need to use an MySQL database.
Look for the following section in the configuration file.
For more information on these properties check the server-synchronization documentation page. However if you were already using a multi-server setup with a shared MySQL database, you will probably want to set all these properties to true. This will give you the same behavior as before.
All warnings/bans/kicks/mutes/reports created before migrating to this version will always be visible on all servers, disregarding of the above properties. This is due to the fact there is no way the system can know on what server they got generated. Everything generated after switching to this release will work as intended.