With HSLAB HTTP Monitor, web server administrators always know who is currently connected, server operations distribution, amount of bandwidth being consumed, and number of server requests per unit of time. Since software is server independent, server running on Apache may be located thousands of miles away from where program is installed. Software shows all virtual servers being hosted, statistics for them, and what files or documents are being accessed.
HSLAB HTTP Monitor is a handy real-time apache performance monitoring and statistics analysis software application for Apache servers, which are used ubiquitously in the web hosting industry. Basically, with HSLAB apache performance monitoring system administrators always know who is currently connected (via connection tree), server operations distribution, amount of bandwidth being consumed, number of server requests per unit of time and other important server parameters.
Most importantly, HSLAB HTTP Monitor is server-independent. That is the web server may be located thousands of miles away, while the program (HSLAB HTTP Monitor) could be installed on home or office PC and the system administrator will always have access to server monitoring and server’s statistics or history real-time. This tool is very handy for many system administrators and web masters, because less then 1% of all servers are located in the same place where IT professionals work from.
HSLAB HTTP Monitor shows all virtual servers being hosted, statistics for them and what files or documents are being accessed. There is an option to create a profile for each virtual server – a handy feature indeed. HSLAB HTTP Monitor shows what operations are being executed:
Waiting for Connection, Starting up, Reading Request; Sending Reply; Keepalive (read); DNS Lookup; Closing connection; Logging; Gracefully finishing; Idle cleanup of worker; Open slot with no current process.
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