We are pleased to announce the release of LoadAvg 2.2. Version 2.2 builds on the core foundation delivered in the 2.0 branch and brings many bug fixes, new features and new plugins to extend its functionality.
Version 2.2 cleans up and extends the code in many of the existing charting modules, comes with two new plugins for Alerts management and Process monitoring, and a framework for server side and client side timezone monitoring. It also introduces initial mobile support, and is touch enabled on phones and tablets.... read more
We are pleased to announce the release of LoadAvg 2.1. Version 2.1 builds on the core foundation delivered in 2.0 but has been significantly re-coded with a true OOP architecture to allow for scaleability and portability.
Version 2.1 introduces new modules such as Uptime, Swap and Processor monitoring as well as introduces plugins which can further extend the core framework for process monitoring, etc.... read more
We are pleased to announce the release of LoadAvg 2.0. Version 2.0 is a rewrite from the ground up and features a completely new framework that has been redesigned with speed and scaleability in mind.
Version 2.0 can easily be expanded through the addition of new modules, and currently includes support for monitoring Server Load, Memory, Disk Usage & Swap, Network Bandwidth (across multiple interfaces), Apache Usage, MySql thru-put and SSH access logs.... read more
LoadAvg 1.5.1 has (finally) been released. This version patches a number of bugs and clears the way for the upcoming 2.0 release which is a complete sourcecode rewrite based on a jQuery front end.
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We are pleased to announce the release of LoadAVG 1.5. LoadAVG is a simple and lightweight method of monitoring load, memory usage and transfer throughput on a Linux server.
Every method of monitoring has an impact on the system being monitored — LoadAVG is designed to keep that impact as low as possible. It generates HTML & CSS charts, thereby shifting much of the work from the server to the client — your web browser.... read more