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Something I made...

18-01-2010, 23:58
Waiting for it

18-01-2010, 13:58
It's just a concept of a live bandwidth graph using Javascript.

Could be ideal for a module for an admin interface for example.

The script could be modified to show CPU usage, RAM usage etc.

At the moment it's a PHP script running in screen as root which checks the current bandwidth and then logs it in MySQL.

I want to remove the whole database side of it an will post a ZIP with updated code for you guys to try

16-01-2010, 16:01
Quote Originally Posted by rickyday
Nice fast server as well

I was getting 80Mbit speeds from it with a couple of threads open.
Yep I also had very fast response times. Regarding a possible DDOS : wouldn't this be not productive? I am just asking

13-01-2010, 22:44
I really like this, are you going to be releasing this?

13-01-2010, 18:34
where can i get a copy of this also?

13-01-2010, 17:56
Nice fast server as well

I was getting 80Mbit speeds from it with a couple of threads open.

13-01-2010, 12:54
Nice, I like. My server in the US got 3.77MB/s average download speed from it as well .

13-01-2010, 12:46
I love this, can you please re-up the scripts?

I would happily mirror it for you from my server too

12-01-2010, 22:43
Quote Originally Posted by Ashley
Thats an excellent idea
Very good indeed.

12-01-2010, 19:52
Quote Originally Posted by RapidSpeeds
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The link is SFW.

12-01-2010, 18:09
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12-01-2010, 15:50
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
HTTP 404 - File not found
Yeah I had to remove it, had problems with my samba share

I'll see if I can bring it back.

10-01-2010, 15:30
HTTP 404 - File not found

22-12-2009, 13:00
source code? ( gpl? *hint* *hint* )

21-12-2009, 15:53

That was me !

21-12-2009, 03:37
I also want this. Please. Thanks :P

04-12-2009, 23:30
That is very, very cool!

04-12-2009, 21:38
I will purchase one license/copy for 2 rechargeable AA batteries

04-12-2009, 10:56
Quote Originally Posted by Andy
Snazzy. Shame there is no scale on it though.
Few optimizations I need to do.

Historical data is possible, but at the moment I only 60 values are available.

Trying to think of a way to pack this to make it downloadable for others but so far the only way I can monitor a network interface is by using ifconfig or /prov/net/dev

04-12-2009, 10:41
Snazzy. Shame there is no scale on it though.

04-12-2009, 09:58
Nice, well done you.

04-12-2009, 02:01
MRTG is rubbish.

Real time bandwidth graphs is where it's at...

Done using a combination of JSON, jQuery and a jQuery plugin called Sparklines.