A server console allows you to have an overview of what's happening on it through seeing player actions, chats, and other server-specific related actions. This console can also be used to see if the server is experiencing any issue or enter administrator specific commands.
To go to the "Console", first go to Scalacube.com and log in to your account.
Click on "Servers" and then, "Manage Server".
Click "Manage" again.
Find "Console" on the left tab and click on it.
You are now at the console which looks like a green and black text interface.
The full list of Minecraft commands that can be entered can be found on the Minecraft Wikipedia page. Keep in mind, some commands are modpack specific that are not found on this page and can be found on the modpack development page only.
To input a command, type in the text box and press "Enter" or click "Execute".
If a command is entered and the server responds with "Unknown or incomplete command, see below for error", this means that the command you entered might not exist or was typed incorrectly.
By clicking on "History" on the same page, we can see the previous sessions of when the server was online to view the logs of the server. These logs are saved every restart.
If we click on "Shared access", we can enter the Scalacube e-mail account of a friend, which will give that user access to your server console.
Congratulations! You now know How to Use Your Minecraft Server Console.
- Log into the Scalacube website and go to your server control panel
- Click on Manage server > Manage > Console
- Enter console commands