News08 Nov 2019
ServerSentinel v4.2.3 - Minor bugfixes and improvements28 Oct 2019
TreeSize Free v4.4 - Not just for night owls: TreeSize Free is now available with a Dark Mode.11 Oct 2019
TreeSize v7.1.3 - Added support for Amazon S3 locations Mumbai, Bahrain, Canada, Stockholm and Hong Kong.07 Oct 2019
SpaceObServer Web Access v2.3 - Scans can be startet now, small size indicator bars show the propotions in the directory tree and many more improvements and bugfixes.23 Sep 2019
SpaceObServer v6.1 - Supports new languages and Amazon S3 storage scans.
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 visualizes the collected data of a sensor (here in 3D).
Entries marked in red signify that the sensor has tracked a failure. Orange markers denote that the sensor is in a "critical state" (in this case, the response time of the sensor exceeded 150 ms).
ServerSentinel also provides a detailed view of the collected data of a sensor, where the raw data is presented in table form. The classification is identical: Orange = critical state, red = failure tracked.
ServerSentinel offers a range of predefined sensors that can be selected in the main menu.
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 (in this case the URL that is to be checked by the HTTP sensor). Furthermore, you can set conditions and related actions on the right site.
You can define any action that is to be carried out by ServerSentinel if certain conditions apply, e.g. notifications via SMS text message or email or the execution of a script. A wizard leads you through the configuration.