FMSCheck will provide users with a command-line tool to help them quickly and easily monitor the Flash Media Server. With FMSCheck, you can rapidly integrate in within your own monitoring software and maintain higher availability.
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• Help you quickly find potential problem areas • Monitor the server’s state • Report possible problems • Show graphs and charts A command-line tool, FMSCheck Product Key can be used with your favourite command-line monitoring software. It can monitor anything running on your server, including lots of servers at once. This tool has been created to make monitoring of the Flash Media Server easier, quicker and more efficient. FMSCheck can monitor files, responses, content types, file versions, file status, folder, record counts and more. FMSCheck Benefits: • Many ways to monitor your server • Efficiently monitor a large number of servers at once • Quickly report potential problems • Help make your monitoring software more useful • Check servers in an automated manner • Speed up your workflow • Monitoring the server’s state How to Install FMSCheck Run the archive file.xpi Unzip the archive file: tar -zxvf FMSCheck.xpi.zip Copy the FMSCheck bin directory to the Flash Media Server bin directory In Flash Media Server configuration -> File Manager -> File Manager Settings -> 3. “Content Directory” -> “Flash Media Server bin directory” Click “Edit” You should be able to access FMSCheck from the File Manager. How to use FMSCheck FMSCheck is a command-line tool that can be used with your favourite command-line monitoring software. Example FMSCheck Command Line Command FMSCheck — URL -H -C -u user -p password -g -f FMSCheck Command Line Parameters ? Help -H Show this help -C Show statistics for each content type -u User login name -p Password -g Show graphs and charts -f Full filename Summary – Checks to see if the content on the server is valid. – Check the current contents of any folder. – Check the contents of each file. – Print a report for you if the status is not good. – Run the tool on a URL – place the URL after the command line parameters. – Create a mirror for you if there are problems. – Create a mirror for you if there are problems. – Print all files’ checks if there are problems. – Parse the command line parameters of the tool. – F
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FMSCheck provides a command line tool that periodically checks an FMS server to establish its state. It will check each of the state variables, such as running/stopped, configured, up, online, etc, and provide a simple output that shows the updated state. When an FMS server is online, it means that all state variables are in good condition. When an FMS server is offline, it is either misconfigured or a hardware problem (CPU shutdown, memory, hard disk, etc) has occurred. If a configuration problem or a hardware problem occurs, the FMSCheck user can immediately perform troubleshooting. FMSCheck is written in Java and interfaces to the FMS API using the FMS Remote Service. FMSCheck is free for non-commercial use. This is a GTK+ based console application for monitoring and managing your syslog and mail servers. It will use syslogd and sendmail to provide you with notifications of events and allow for the sending of mail. It uses a number of strategies to ensure it only does things that you really want to be doing. It will also let you do much more than you might want to by only setting up simple points of interaction. It will, for example, allow you to specify multiple read-only users to have rights to read your syslogs and then have fine grained access to restrict who can access your syslogs. ServerMon Beta 2.0 adds the following features: * New admin screens * the “ServerMonHelper” window is now a part of ServerMon and available as the “ServerMonHelper” command * New icon for the helper and other misc. * New server state icon and new description string for the new SSAILPORT state. * New admin controls for network enabled servers: NetworkInterface, CheckInterfaces, SetInterface * New admin controls for logs: LogStatus, AddLogFile, FlushLogs * The Log Status window can be in any tab of your ServerMon preferences window * Admin controls for mail notification: AddMailTo, AddMailFrom, ReadMailBox, ForbidMailFrom, SetMailFrom * New admin screen for scheduler: ShowScheduler * Adds new client for macosx: UseScheduler * New icon for the admin status: AdminDisabled * If a server sets the domain to NOT be present in the first line of the log when 91bb86ccfa
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– Real-time monitoring – Scriptable reporting and analysis – Backward compatible with Flash Media Server 3.0 – Local or remote monitoring – Configuration and settings management – Backup Restore – Single server, cluster, multiple server Using it, just launch it in your command line and choose to monitor a server. We provide three actions, Test connection, Monitor IP address, and Monitor disk. For each action, you can choose to monitor and report on file changes, bandwidth usage, or generate summary reports. These actions can help us to quickly check if the communication is normal between the server and the monitoring server or not. Features: – Real-time monitoring and reporting on server’s file changes, bandwidth usage, and disk usage – Local or remote monitoring and backup restore – Multi-server and single server monitoring – Configuration and settings management – Ability to backup Flash Media Server database and Flash Media Server settings Full-featured Admin Console App Pre-configured and pre-tuned multi-level restore facilities In-depth monitoring of bandwidth, file-level, file-size and file type usage, recording, multi-layer compression, file creation/updates, and file deletes. Comprehensive reports. Export report to XML, PDF, Text, Excel, PostScript, TIFF, and HTML, as well as tables. Exports to an encrypted zip file. Supports unlimited instances in a single server. Supports version 3.0 and above. Reporting: 2. Select the report template and instance. 3. Select the report types you want to generate from left menu. 4. Click ‘Create Report’. 5. View reports in the respective folder. FMSCheck is similar to WFMS (Windows Flash Media Server) in terms of features and functions. WFMS does not display the file size of each file. In FMSCheck, you can choose to report on the file size. Show more… The FMSCheck report server is a standalone application that downloads reports from the application server. It allows you to retrieve reports from Flash Media Server, with a simple call to the report server. You can either run the report server locally or have it run on a separate server. This application would not require any administrative rights or service privileges for the installation and running. In addition, the FMSCheck report server does not require the use of any scripting language. The following is a list
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? Supports monitoring of all servers (monitors the active servers) ? Allows the user to quickly see which servers are live and what their configuration is. ? Allows the user to monitor common server errors such as crashes, disconnects, excessive transfers, and hard-crashes ? Requires Flash Media Server 2.5.1 or later ? FMSCheck works with FMSCluster as well as FMS2 ? FMSCheck is released as a “feature-free” product (no documentation required) ? FMSCheck does not depend on any other components of FMS or the NPM SDK, it can run with a standard install of Flash Media Server 2.5.1 or later How to Download FMSCheck: ? Download FMSCheck from here: ? Unzip the download and run FMSCheck.bat ? FMSCheck will create a file called FMSCheckInfo.txt with details on how FMSCheck was built and your license info. ? Make sure the file FMSCheck.ini is in the same folder as FMSCheck.exe ? Copy the FMSCheckInfo.txt file to a folder where you can easily access it. ? Your license for FMSCheck will be found on line 26 of that file. ? FMSCheck will report the following info to the User Interface once it has been built, tested, and installed: ? HTTP Status: For testing the REST API or ability to connect directly to an FMSServer ? HTTP Response Code: For reporting HTTP Response Codes from FMSServer for successful requests ? Signature Status: Status of the XML signature against the FMS Server ? When FMSCheck was built, tested, and installed ? The version of Flash Media Server or Flash Media Server Cluster ? The URL to which FMSCheck will use to connect ? The version of the NPM SDK that FMSCheck is built against ? The version of the NPM SDK that FMSCheck will use if the current NPM SDK is not available. ? FMSCheck Info: Version info and other details such as build time, the flash version, the operating system, and the time zone. ? The name of the FMSCluster server configuration file that FMSCheck uses to start up monitoring. ? The name of the FMSCluster instance that you have connected to. ? The
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