Looking for Testers for a MySQL-less ServerStatus

mojeda

New Member
Hey folks, I'm toying with the idea of a MySQL-less Server Status 3 and I'm looking for some testers.

There are no bells and whistles in this test from my former post about Server Status 3, this is just testing my mysql-less version.

Please let me know if you are interested.

Thanks :)
 

catatonic

New Member
Thoughts on BoToX's modified version of your script? link I like how it doesn't require running a webserver on the monitored servers.
 

mojeda

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I'd love to try it if I can run it on a low end box.
I'm going to hold off on inviting other people until the next build for now. That being said I don't think Server Status is that resource intensive, especially now that this version has removed the need for a mysql server, however you could have used something like Shared MySQL with BuyVM or some other host.

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Next build should have uptime history with ping:

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mojeda

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Build 5 not clear how much RAM/HDD you use. Build 6 too, from post

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Two things I'm seeing in this:

1. CSS Files are not being loaded from the /templates/default/css/ folder.

2. You need to update your uptime.php file on your servers.
 

HalfEatenPie

The Irrational One
Retired Staff
Two things I'm seeing in this:

1. CSS Files are not being loaded from the /templates/default/css/ folder.

2. You need to update your uptime.php file on your servers.
Maybe it's because i don't use Server Status but what do the bar graphs represent?  Is the white representing the actual values or is it the green/red?  Is green representing available capacity?  Why is the red color representing the values/time clock whereas the white color represents the load values?  That's like flip-flopping.  Colors obviously communicate the meaning (good=green/bad=red) but it's not quick to read.

Just a little pet peeve of mine :p what does it mean?  
 
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mojeda

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Maybe it's because i don't use Server Status but what do the bar graphs represent?  Is the white representing the actual values or is it the green/red?  Is green representing available capacity?  Why is the red color representing the values/time clock whereas the white color represents the load values?  That's like flip-flopping.  Colors obviously communicate the meaning (good=green/bad=red) but it's not quick to read.

Just a little pet peeve of mine :p what does it mean?  
His is a little messed up, from looks like his css files for server status is either missing or not loading properly due to a different path or something???

It should look like it is on: http://www.serverupti.me/

The bar graphs are the usage levels for RAM and HDD, going by percentage. The colored bar either green, yellow or red is the percentage of free Memory/Storage available.

It changes color based on how much is left, if it's really low then it is red, inbetween is yellow-orange, if there is a lot then it is green.

For example: http://serverupti.me/server.php?id=sites

I have quite a bit of free memory so the bar is green, but I'm pretty low on storage so it's red.
 

HalfEatenPie

The Irrational One
Retired Staff
His is a little messed up, from looks like his css files for server status is either missing or not loading properly due to a different path or something???

It should look like it is on: http://www.serverupti.me/

The bar graphs are the usage levels for RAM and HDD, going by percentage. The colored bar either green, yellow or red is the percentage of free Memory/Storage available.

It changes color based on how much is left, if it's really low then it is red, inbetween is yellow-orange, if there is a lot then it is green.

For example: http://serverupti.me/server.php?id=sites

I have quite a bit of free memory so the bar is green, but I'm pretty low on storage so it's red.
Gotcha.  Understood then :)
 
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