|Version 1 (modified by Nicolas, 6 years ago) (diff)|
Each project should export its server status in two forms:
- URL/server_status.php: human-readable (web page).
- URL/server_status.php?xml=1: XML format, as follows:
<server_status> <update_time>1127772607</update_time> <daemon_status> <daemon> <host>jocelyn</host> <command>BOINC database</command> <status>running</status> </daemon> <daemon> <host>castelli</host> <command>master science database</command> <status>running</status> </daemon> <daemon> <host>kryten</host> <command>sah_validate4</command> <status>running</status> </daemon> ... </daemon_status> <database_file_states> <results_ready_to_send>563389</results_ready_to_send> <results_in_progress>1198237</results_in_progress> <workunits_waiting_for_validation>19</workunits_waiting_for_validation> <workunits_waiting_for_assimilation>16</workunits_waiting_for_assimilation> <workunits_waiting_for_deletion>0</workunits_waiting_for_deletion> <results_waiting_for_deletion>0</results_waiting_for_deletion> <transitioner_backlog_hours>-0.0002777</transitioner_backlog_hours> </database_file_states> </server_status>
There are two ways to do this:
- Copy the file server_status.php from html/ops to html/user. This works fine as long as you don't need any customization, and the DB queries in the page only take a few seconds (the page is cached, so they are done infrequently).
- Write a periodic script that generates the 2 pages as files, and put a script in user/server_status.php that echoes one file or the other.