Most plugins will generate a JSON configuration file once loaded. With this file, a server owner may change how a plugin works.
Configuration files are found in the
config folder which is located by default in
oxide/config (unless the server host has moved it).
A plugin configuration file will have the same name as the plugin itself.
For example, a plugin that is installed as
MyPlugin.cs (if it is configurable) will be accompanied by a JSON file named
Do not rename the configuration file or change the file extension.
If a plugin is installed but not configurable, no configuration file will be present.
If a plugin is configurable but no configuration file is available, the plugin may be broken; in this case, check the log files under the
oxide/logs directory for errors.
After making changes to a plugin configuration file, reload the plugin in the server console by using the
oxide.reload command. For example:
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