Serverstats is a simple tool for creating graphs using rrdtool
Version: 0.7Serverstats is a simple tool for creating graphs using rrdtool. It does not have any features to manage the created rrd-files, so if you change anything you have to delete and recreate the files.
Operating System: Linux
There is also no frontend for managing your graphs and sources. Serverstats is designed to be configured once and then run continuously. It does not depend on a database.
Here are some key features of "Serverstats":
· add sources using PHP-classes
· simple configuration
· all rrdtool-commands are escaped
· sources can use a cache if needed (for example to calculate per second values out of absolute values)
· multiple languages supported: en_US, de_DE
· graphs can include any defined sources and/or rrdfile
· clean HTML-source, can be styled using CSS
· support for advanced rrdtool features such as CDEF/VDEFs
· usage of cacti scripts possible (scripts from cacti release are included, hope thats ok for the devs of cacti)
· multiple RRA-definitions supported (you can select one "template" for every source)
· Errorlogger, may use syslog, write into a file or send you an email
· All includes sources are written for a linux-system. You may write some to run on windows, but there is nothing for windows included in the releases. Also I do not know if the sources will run on any other UNIX-system.
· users - number of users logged in
· load - current load of the system (1min, 5min and 15min) and number of (running) processes
· traffic - traffic passing through iptables-chains, needs special configuration
· mysql - save questions (per second) and number of current processes
· external - get data from external scripts (same format as cacti uses)
· memory - statistics of memory and swap
· cpu - statistics of cpu usage (thanks to Andreas Korthaus)
· apache - statistics from localhost/server-status (thanks to Andreas Korthaus)
· disk - monitor your IO-rate (kernel 2.6 only)
· >= rrdtool 1.2
· >= PHP 5.0
What's New in This Release:
· Now supports logging of errors (file, syslog or email).
· Some bugfixes.
· New source: disk.
· More documentation (Thanks to Andreas Korthaus).