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Munzy

ServerStatus Munzy Edition Now Supports Email Alerts

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ServerStatus Munzy Edition

 

Links:

 

ServerStatus: https://www.qwdsa.com/converse/threads/serverstatus-rebuild.43/

 

Github: https://github.com/Munroenet/ServerStatus

 

Example: http://uptime.munroenet.com/ &&  https://www.munroenet.com/uptime/

 

 

As part of today, 5 Oct. 2014, I have included email alerts to ServerStatus. These email alerts will be sent to you after around ~60 seconds, assuming you are using the default $failafter variable. These are simple plain text emails so they should support all email clients, and can be used in email to text message alerts as well. See Email to Text Alerts here

 

Up alerts look like:

2014-10-05_09-46-04.png

 

Down alerts look like:

2014-10-05_09-46-56.png

 

Also, for those of you whom hate php, imchandave at LET made perl and bash alternatives. You will however still need a webserver to distribute the file to main node.

 

bash && perl.

 

 

Sorry for any grammar or spelling errors, still half asleep this morning.

 

Mun

 

 

p.s. This was fake downtime, so Ramnode had no downtime. 

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Hell yeah, good update. And I agree about RamNode, always up!

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wow you have so many server there :)

 

Yearlys

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I have rebuilt pull/index.php and it has allowed me to add critical load alerts. This system sends one email that you have a high load, and a second email as to when the load returned to normal. If you wish to take advantage of this feature I suggest you pull the latest version of pull/index.php which is 1.1a and replace it on your uptime monitoring server.

Here is how you setup alerts for the servers you wish to monitor.https://www.qwdsa.com/converse/threads/serverstatus-email-load-alerts.57/

Enjoy.

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If anyone is using this script, I suggest you update to the newer version on the site.

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Uptime client (uptime.php) on FreeBSD:

1. Enable Linux compatibility and modify /etc/fstab (see http://yooniks.com/?p=887 for a guide if you don't know how)

2 make 2 changes to uptime.php

$memloc = '/compat/linux/proc/meminfo';

 

$uptimeloc = '/compat/linux/proc/uptime';

 

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