PHP Server Monitor v3.2.0 released

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 3.2.0.

Click here to download the latest version.

Changelog:

  • Added CSRF protection.
  • Added popular ports to server page.
  • Authentication for website checks.
  • Proxy settings for website checks.
  • Added support for Nexmo SMS gateway.
  • Added support for FreeVoipDeal SMS gateway (http://www.freevoipdeal.com).
  • Added Swedish translation.
  • Added Estonian translation.
  • Added Finnish translation.
  • Added Persian translation.
  • Added Slovenian language.
  • Updated Spanish translation.
  • Increased server ip char limit to 500.

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. If you are upgrading from a previous version, you will need to execute some database migrations (please make sure you create a backup first). For more detailed information including upgrading from previous versions, please read the install guide.

Special thanks go out to Samuel Denis-D’Ortun who has taken care of the daily development since April last year, keeping this project alive and making a new release possible.

Regards,
Pep

7 thoughts on “PHP Server Monitor v3.2.0 released

  1. Adam

    Amazing… better than any other uptime monitoring solution out there… period..
    i know oi have tried them all….. well done and thank you..

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  2. Vaggelis

    Very thank you! It will be fine to launch a standalone forum in order to improve the community and help each other 🙂 I started monitoring my servers with that script and it rocks!

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  3. Paul

    Hello,

    I just upgraded from 3.2.0 to 3.4.5 (github) and noticed the screen is not as wide presented anymore. Would it not be nice to be able to select the number of colom’s one wants to see? This way you can view more on a wider screen.

    Great work and nice tool…

    Chrs Paul

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  4. Fabio Schmit

    Great job. Perhaps the possibility of testing with multiple servers waiting for the results and would also be interesting to check servers with groups of destinations checked. A service group check.

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