This free php script checks server status through any web browser. The script is called through a standard img tag, and can be used to check multiple web pages, web servers or domains. When the script finds that the server is active, an active image will appear on the status page. If the server is down, the script will display a disconnected image. Several 'live' and 'dead' server images are included in the download.
PHP System Information (pseudo class) is a collection of functions that return server system information through command line and /proc data gathering. Examples of such data include number of currently logged-in users, traffic information (bytes/packets) on network interfaces, system memory details, system uptime, and login statistics.
RaQ CP is a Reseller Control Panel for Cobalt RaQs. It enables hosting companies running Cobalt RaQ Appliances to provide their resellers with an interface to add domains, manage users, manage subdomains, mySQL databases and many other. On the same time, Administrator can limit the amount of databases the reseller can use, the number of accounts he can add and many other options. Runs only on Cobalt RaQ Appliances.
When requested, the script uses Apache's server-status information to determine realtime outgoing bandwidth. If above a set threshold, it redirects traffic to an alternate server. Works for image includes, linking to larger files to download, etc. A quick and easy, single-file way to balance loads across multiple servers.
This is an administrative tool for configuring/compiling/installing server applications such as Apache, Sendmail, MySQL, PHP3, ProFtpd and more. SRSS currently supports installation for Apache 1.3.22 with mod_ssl, mod_perl, mod_php4, suexec, MySQL 3.23.22, Sendmail 8.11.1, WU-FTPD 2.6.2, ProFTPD 1.2.4, ipop3d (redhat and mandrake only), qpopper 3.0.2, antispam (with support for ipop3d and qpopper), openssl 0.9.5a, openssh 3.0.1, openssh 2.0.1, openssh 1.2.3, BIND (DNS) 8.2.5
phpSystem is a php script designed to give the user information about their system in an easy to read format, from any internet connected computer, such as kernel, uptime, memory and swap and partition space.
This script can be used to impose makeshift disk quotas on subdirectories in your site.The script works by checking directory sizes against disk quotas you set for those directories. If the directory is over the specified limit then an email shall be sent to you. You may then treat the situation as you find necessary. This is extreme useful for shared hosting accounts that can setup and restrict ftp accounts to certain directories but that cannot impose disk quotas on these directories.
Phpcron is a PHP command line program, which allows you to execute programs and system commands at certain scheduled times. It operates in a similar fashion to Unix's Crond daemon, and can be used in place of, or as a complement to crond. It allows a host of options, including logging, and email features. The Phpcron package includes Phpcron Admin, which provides a browser based interface to Phpcron, allowing a user to remotely schedule programs and change Phpcron options, without having to deal with SSH, telnet, or arcane text editors.
SpiderLT (Spider Log Tools) is designed to be used on a LINUX machine to view system or server logs from the internet. This is a slimed down version of the author's previous log app, LogMaster. This version does not have a fancy GUI. It can also be set upon windows machines with some effort. This app gives you the ability to view only the portions of logs you want, and highlight problems and ehternet entries.