PHP Server Monitor v3.1.0 released

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 3.1.0.

Click here to download the latest version.

Changelog:

  • Support for Pushover.net notifications.
  • Uptime percentage per server for the last week.
  • Test mode for email, SMS and Pushover settings.
  • Different design styles on status page (list, table).
  • Custom time-out setting per server.
  • Log and archive retention period.
  • Added Danish and Russian translations.
  • Added support for SMSGlobal and SMSit gateways.

Full changelog available here.

To install the release, upload the files to your webserver and run install.php, which will guide you through the process. For more detailed information including upgrading from previous versions, please read the install guide.

Regards,
Pep

11 thoughts on “PHP Server Monitor v3.1.0 released

  1. Hjalmar

    Hello,

    Great script! Is it possible to add BoxCar (boxcar.io) support? And A uptime calcullator for a year and not a week.

    Thank you.

    Reply
    1. Pep Post author

      Hi Hjalmar,
      I will have a look at BoxCar, never used it myself. The uptime calculator is already on the list and will be added in a future release.
      Regards,
      Pep

      Reply
  2. may saghira

    I can’t see a graph about memory usage and cpu usage ? it needs a special config or it doesn’t exist in the services offers ?
    Thanks in advance.

    Reply
    1. Pep Post author

      Hi,
      This service does not offer memory/cpu usage monitoring. It is a simple tool to monitor the availability of your services and provide notifications in case something goes down. It does not monitor resource usage.
      Regards,
      Pep

      Reply
  3. Cord

    Hi Pep,

    thank you so much for your work! Phpservermonitor is exactly what I was looking for. Simple, easy to use but with all the features you need to monitor the uptime of our sites.

    Thanks again!
    Cord

    Reply
  4. Joshwa

    Hi, great job! My ops team loves it. Is it possible users can register themselves create checks? So that I don’t need an admin.

    regards
    Joshwa

    Reply
  5. Brian

    Anyone know how to change the alert priority for Pushover? They (pushover support) says that the site is sending as alert 2 (which means it keeps alerting until acknowledged) but I want mine set to 1 or 0.

    I looked through the code but didnt see where priority 2 was set (vendor/php-pushover/php-pushover)

    Reply
  6. pn19-phonemyintmyat Phone Myint Myat Zaw

    how can i put website configuration in php server monitoring tool whether the website is up or down?

    Reply

Leave a Reply to Anonymous Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *