Is there a way to have a conditional trigger for Minecraft scheduled tasks? I’m looking to have the server create a backup every X minutes (probably every 30 or 60), but ONLY when users are signed in. This is a fairly inactive personal server, so every 20 minutes all the time would be a bit much (like, we may have one or more people in the server a couple of days per week). I saw a thread on the old forum from quite some time back about conditional triggers being implemented in the “next version,” but I’m not seeing them (and this was the predecessor of AMP the post was referring to).
Also, is there any more advanced backup replacement options? For example, two branches of backups - Only keep the last 20 frequent backups, and keep the last 10 weekly backups, for example. The only options I can find so far are pretty basic.
Steps to reproduce:
Step 1: Try to create a backup schedule.
Actions taken to resolve so far: Looked through settings for a while.
Revisiting this - the feature request has been closed, but I am unable to find where this feature is. The person that closed it claimed it had been implemented in 2.3 (a version older than I’d been running when I posted this), but regardless, I updated to 22.214.171.124, and don’t see it. I assume they misconstrued the feature request as something else? Or do conditional triggers actually exist?
So one of the problems I am running into with running mods on a Project Zomboid server is that the mods update daily, which means a server restart. Is there a way I can check to see if a mod needs updating on the server and request the server to restart? I thought it would be under an update is available via SteamCMD.