Monyt - Server Monitor

Monyt - Server Monitor


Monyt is a server monitoring application made to help IT professionals keeping an eye out on their machines status and get notified when something bad happens, as well as checking server stats in real time... at your fingertips!

- FEATURES
* Check cycle ranging from 5 minutes to 8 hours
* HTTPS support
* Notice (even audio) in case a downtime occurs
* OS, kernel version, CPU model
* Uptime
* CPU load in last 1, 5 and 10 minutes
* RAM load
* Graphics for bandwidth, CPU and RAM usage
* Partitions table

!!! IMPORTANT !!!
It's required that the machine has a web server with PHP support on it. In the case the machine mounts a particular operating system it might become needed that the "shell_exec" function is enabled in php.ini.
Monyt requires you to install a serverside script, download and install the following file and save it with .php extension in the web directory of the machine you're going to monitor before adding it to Monyt.

http://www.monyt.net/monyt-server-script.txt

Some Android devices have custom power saving modes that prevent monyt from notifiyng server downtimes.
If monyt doesn't alert properly, try to disable power saving.

Recent changes:
Version 1.1.4

Removed notifications on connection timeout.
Disabled audio notifications when phone is muted.
Added app rater reminder.
Fixed a bug which made the Monyt crash on rotation in particular circumstances.
Better Y axis values for bandwidth and ram charts.
Added about dialog with changelog.
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Free
86
4.3
User ratings
247
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
506 kb
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About Monyt - Server Monitor
Monyt is a server monitoring application made to help IT professionals keeping an eye out on their machines status and get notified when something bad happens, as well as checking server stats in real time... at your fingertips!

- FEATURES
* Check cycle ranging from 5 minutes to 8 hours
* HTTPS support
* Notice (even audio) in case a downtime occurs
* OS, kernel version, CPU model
* Uptime
* CPU load in last 1, 5 and 10 minutes
* RAM load
* Graphics for bandwidth, CPU and RAM usage
* Partitions table

!!! IMPORTANT !!!
It's required that the machine has a web server with PHP support on it. In the case the machine mounts a particular operating system it might become needed that the "shell_exec" function is enabled in php.ini.
Monyt requires you to install a serverside script, download and install the following file and save it with .php extension in the web directory of the machine you're going to monitor before adding it to Monyt.

http://www.monyt.net/monyt-server-script.txt

Some Android devices have custom power saving modes that prevent monyt from notifiyng server downtimes.
If monyt doesn't alert properly, try to disable power saving.

Recent changes:
Version 1.1.4

Removed notifications on connection timeout.
Disabled audio notifications when phone is muted.
Added app rater reminder.
Fixed a bug which made the Monyt crash on rotation in particular circumstances.
Better Y axis values for bandwidth and ram charts.
Added about dialog with changelog.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 23, 2014
Love it Great. Keeps me informed about my server status on the go.
A Google User
Oct 20, 2014
Good apps
A Google User
Sep 18, 2014
Good Monitoring App Works great, not as full featured as some, but given that it relies on a server based php script, has more potential than most
A Google User
Sep 16, 2014
Good app but.. The RAM usage is way off centos 6.5
A Google User
Sep 15, 2014
Not bad. Good basic functionality. Some suggestions: Dark app theme. Solarized app themes. Show percent of memory and filesystem use. Option to have only manual updates for a server. Show how many CPU cores, so load average makes sense. You could shorten kernel version to 'uname -r'. App and website should contain instructions and link to script, it's only on the store page, not on your website and not in the app. Provide auto installer, let user specify path, root ssh key or pw, and file owner.