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Top 10 Shell minecraft-server Projects

  • GitHub repo docker-minecraft-server

    Docker image that provides a Minecraft Server that will automatically download selected version at startup

    Project mention: Running a MC server on a dedicated PC using a linux distro | | 2021-12-06
  • GitHub repo Purpur

    Purpur is a drop-in replacement for Paper servers designed for configurability, new fun and exciting gameplay features, and high performance built on top of Airplane.

    Project mention: How to pick a server software for your server | | 2021-11-24

    If you need the vanilla software's features, trying to decide between a server software for a vanilla server is hard, there are many forks claiming to be the best. If you don't need any plugins on your server you can use a Fabric server with server-side optimization mods. The most commonly used vanilla software with plugin support is SpigotMC and its forks, PaperMC, Purpur etc. Another popular vanilla software with plugin support is SpongeVanilla, its primary use is in forge-spigot hybrid servers, in the form of SpongeForge, but it can be used with just vanilla. The SpongeAPI doesn't have as big of a variety of plugins created for it as SpigotMC so you might need to create some of the plugins yourself. There is server software that is designed/optimized for faction/KitPVP or some other types of gamemodes but many are mass-produced and are abandoned quickly.

  • Nanos

    Run Linux Software Faster and Safer than Linux with Unikernels.

  • GitHub repo balena-minecraft-server

    Build a Minecraft Server using a Raspberry Pi 4! Supports common Servers, SCP, RCON and Wifi Connect.

    Project mention: PiHole is on the etcher flashing screen! | | 2021-01-25

    balena Minecraft Server

  • GitHub repo docker-mc-backup

    Provides a side-car container to backup itzg/minecraft-server world data

    Project mention: do you guys use any software to run ur server? and also what is the best command line to launch the server? | | 2021-09-06

    Sever has 64GB, so I'm fine. I use docker for everything on the server. I use the mc-backupmc-backup image to restic backup all of my worlds, and another container for netdata.

  • GitHub repo arch-minecraftserver

    Docker build script for Arch Linux base with Minecraft Java server

    Project mention: Help Needed: Setting up a minecraft server using Docker on Linux | | 2021-09-23

    Side note - I used to run Minecraft in a Docker on my Unraid server and used this - Default Minecraft doesn't need more than 4 GB of RAM (for single player). It uses very little GPU, it's all about CPU and throughput.

  • GitHub repo mine

    Quick start your Minecraft server with mine! Featuring one command install capabilities and other spiffy features, this is the go to wrapper for Minecraft

    Project mention: mine. A Linux cli server manager | | 2021-03-08

    GitHub page

  • GitHub repo server-config

    Configuration files and more for our plugins, automatically updated with an Ansible playbook

    Project mention: Mine in Abyss - 4 Year Anniversary | | 2021-12-03

    We've switched over to Pterodactyl for managing our servers. It lets us manage Docker containers for each server. We also use Ansible to manage new deployments and automating config changes across servers. Check out the server-config repository to learn more.

  • Scout APM

    Scout APM: A developer's best friend. Try free for 14-days. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.

  • GitHub repo minecraft-server-scripts

    Linux shell scripts and systemd units to help with setting up and maintaining minecraft servers.

    Project mention: What kind of maintenance does my server need? | | 2021-06-22

    I've also created systemd scripts. Here's the source and documentation:

  • GitHub repo minecraft_startup_script

    A basic startup script for minecraft-server

    Project mention: Which operating system should I use for a game server? | | 2021-11-22

    For Minecraft, it's usually just a ".jar" to launch (but it need to stay "alive" in the "Terminal" so usually using screen which let you disconnect/reconnect the terminal without interrupting what's running) but if you want to manage it, you either can use a script (there's plenty of it, on example: or there's web interface that let you do that, either on Linux or Windows (on Windows: Fork is a good one. If you want to check more, there's a list of Minecraft server's wrapper).

  • GitHub repo cbwxproxy

    CubeWorx Minecraft Server Proxy Image utilizing Traefik.

    Project mention: Announcing CubeWorx, an open-source project to make managing & connecting to self-hosted Minecraft servers easier for parents and youth organizations. | | 2021-08-20

    cbwxproxy - CubeWorx Minecraft Server Proxy Image, utilizes Traefik to makes remote servers accessible from local LAN

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2021-12-06.

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Project Stars
1 docker-minecraft-server 3,493
2 Purpur 774
3 balena-minecraft-server 165
4 docker-mc-backup 62
5 arch-minecraftserver 8
6 mine 5
7 server-config 3
8 minecraft-server-scripts 3
9 minecraft_startup_script 2
10 cbwxproxy 1
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