Descrizione

Not tested on non linux hosted sites !

WordPress monitoring, displays for the super admin, the server ressources on the (network) dashboard

  • hostname and distro
  • size of the wp-content directory
  • available memory
  • space used on linux partitions
  • process running on the servers

Screenshot

  • widgets

Installazione

  1. Upload ressources to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress network admin

FAQ

Does this plugin works on a windows server ?

No, this plugin only runs on linux servers.

Does this plugin works on all wordpress instances ?

Yes, both single and multisite. But only the superadmin can view the monitors.

Recensioni

13 Novembre 2018
It works on linux servers and its good!
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Contributi e sviluppo

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Changelog

1.0.1

  • Check for empty variables
  • Declare class property, Fix warnings in PHP8.2

1.0

  • Use WP translation system
  • New icon

0.9

  • More consistent Style
  • Fix HTML Syntax
  • Fix PHP Notices (Real instead of Float)

0.8

  • Fix numeric calculation

0.7

  • Add PHP memory

0.6

  • Add number of CPU and CPU model
  • Correctly manage RAM

0.5

  • PHP 7 compliant

0.4.1

  • WP 4.3 compliant

0.4.0

  • Add server informations: PHP verion, SQL version
  • Optimize performances by introducing different refresh delays

0.3.1

  • Better calculation of page loading duration
  • French localization

0.3

  • Add: Admin bar info: host name (useful for fallback)
  • Add: CPU load average
  • Add: Ajax refresh
  • Fix: code cleanup

0.2

  • Add process view

0.1

  • Plugin creation :
  • use SSH commands via php exec() function to display the server ressources.