1. When you open the Game Panel you will first see this screen:
2. In this screen you can select the server you want to manage. You click on the name of the server you want to manage, and it will be automatically redirected to the console.
Here you can use the console to manage your Minecraft server.
You will find information about your server such as the use of CPU (processor) and RAM memory.
3. Because the many options can be a bit confusing, let's do a short tour:
(1): Start - this button turns on the server.(not visible right now)
2: Restart - this button restarts the server.
3: Stop - this button shuts down the server.
4: Kill - you can use this button if the server does not respond to the 'Stop' button. Note: there is a risk of data loss when using this button.
5: CPU Graph - This graph shows the utilization of processor power over time.
6: RAM Graph - this graph shows the use of working memory over time.
7: File Manager - Button to go to youre server files, standard files are pre-generated and you can easily edit them.
8: Storage - this field shows you how much storage the server can use on our SSDs. (in MB)
10: Server Name - this field displays the name of the server as registered with RoyaleHosting. This name is not visible to players and is only used by RoyaleHosting.
12: RAM Memory / Working memory - here you can see how much RAM you are using at the moment.
13: CPU Usage - here you can see how much CPU you are using at the moment. (in percentage)
15: Console - here you can run commands with the highest permission level on the server.
4. In the console you can execute commands with the highest permission level on the server. For example, you can add users to the whitelist, kick off the server or give OP
(operator rights). In the console you don't have to put a '/' before your command; this happens automatically.