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    Server Monitering Software - Status2k

    What is Status2k?
    Status2k is a server monitoring and statistics tool. Not only for use by server administrators but also a great tool for displaying server statistics such as uptime and server load to your future or current clients!

    Demo?
    For a demo please head over to:
    http://www.status2k.com/index.php?page=demos

    Prices?
    $19.95 - Yearly.
    $12.95 - Semi-Annual.
    $49.95 - Perpetual/Lifetime.
    Installation can also be done at $10 per server.

    Features?
    For a list of features please head over to:
    http://www.status2k.com/index.php?page=features

    Website?
    http://www.status2k.com/

    Questions?
    Please feel free to reply to this topic, ask on our forums or e-mail [email protected].

    Order?
    To order please head over to our BuyNow page:
    http://www.status2k.com/index.php?page=buynow
    We accept all major credit cards through 2CO as well as PayPal.

    We also invite you to checkout our new remote monitoring service at monitor2k.com you can signup for a free beta account, we are currently not setup to take on paid accounts so please do not select a paid plan.

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    Hm, I like the design of the demos, both for admin and client. Very clean, good work developing that.

    I'm sure these questions are answered on your site, but I'll ask them here for the benefit of others nevertheless.

    • Is the license fee per server or can I use it across multiple servers under one license?
    • On a typical Centos or Debian linux server, how involved is the installation process? Do you require external programs that do not typically come installed with the server and need their own configuration? (Thinking rrdtool and snmp here, things like that).
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    Quote Originally Posted by TMI - Kirill
    Hm, I like the design of the demos, both for admin and client. Very clean, good work developing that.

    I'm sure these questions are answered on your site, but I'll ask them here for the benefit of others nevertheless.

    • Is the license fee per server or can I use it across multiple servers under one license?
    • On a typical Centos or Debian linux server, how involved is the installation process? Do you require external programs that do not typically come installed with the server and need their own configuration? (Thinking rrdtool and snmp here, things like that).
    Thanks.

    One license can be used across multiple servers.
    I have developed the script so there is no need to install any extra programs, just install the script and setup the cron job and it will begin collecting data.

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    Scribby

    I am not able access the client log-in to download the latest version. Have sent couple of emails to support but no reply for few days.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gounder
    Scribby

    I am not able access the client log-in to download the latest version. Have sent couple of emails to support but no reply for few days.

    Thanks.
    I have received an e-mail just today regarding the issue? I will fix this for you shortly.

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    Strange about the email,

    thanks scribby

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