In the upper part of the main window, all configured sensors are displayed. Below you can find the collected data in the form of a list or graphical chart.
The chart view is a highly customizable visualization of the collected data of a sensor. It offers various display options such as time, size and sensor specific data.
The table view shows the data collected by a sensor as raw data giving more detailed information.
Sensors can be displayed in three different ways. They can either be shown as a list, a tree or using tiles.
The sensors can be configured individually. On the left side you can define general information of each sensor (e.g. name & check interval) as well as specific values. Furthermore, you can set conditions and related actions on the right site.
You can define any action that should be executed by ServerSentinel if certain conditions apply, e.g. notifications via SMS text message or email, the execution of a script or changing the state of a hardware device.
The action editor allows you to configure the action in various ways.
Functionality of ServerSentinel
The chart illustrates how ServerSentinel works: A system service monitors servers and network services and stores the collected data in a database. In case the software detects an error or irregularity, a notification can be sent or a scheduled action can be processed immediately.
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