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This package can check if a server is working well using Websockets.
It provides a script that will start a Web server on a configurable port of the host computer that will handle HTTP requests using Websockets.
The Websockets server will return the current time on the server host machine.
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|Websockets can be used to establish interactive accesses with a server over a regular HTTP connection.
This package uses Websockets it check if a server is alive and display live charts on a Web page that the user can quickly check if the server is working well as expected.
require __DIR__ . '/vendor/autoload.php';
$configname = dirname(__FILE__) . '/config.ini';
$config = Config::load($configname);
$app = new App($config);
$server = IoServer::factory(new HttpServer(new WsServer($app)), $app->getPort());
Live Server Monitoring
A websocket solution for live server performance monitoring.
There are two parts:
- server (see: server.php), minimum PHP 7.0 version required
setup the config file and run in the background
- client (see: index.html)
Set the server ip address, port number and click on the start button. Using the HTML5 websocket feature
the Google chart shows the current time based server data Live.
The server provides periodically the system informations and send them to the connected clients.
It is more efficient than ajax polling requests because the connected client number doesn't add extra work for the system.
If there aren't any connected clients it doesn't generate data on the server.
setup a token and accept only connections with that
putting the whole solution behind a password protected site
adding more performance data
selecting more charts on the client side
store data in nosql database
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