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by Justin Ellingwood
I would like a current usage monitor, and bandwidth and cpu and ram chart.
We're working on graphing but we're hoping to avoid doing the standard MRTG, instead we want to make something a bit more interesting that will hopefully allow users to get some performance analytics without needing to resort to something as intricate as NewRelic.
It's in the pipeline but we're currently focused on a few larger features. This is definitely on the roadmap though.
PS> I think I know which competitor you're referring to ;)
The graphs under the "Statistics" link are nifty-looking and all, but it might not be a bad idea to pull them from the production environment while they're just displaying static demo statistics that are completely irrelevant to users' droplets. Just put the demo on a "features" page and mark it as coming soon, so people can see what it looks like if they're so inclined, but understand that the info isn't available yet :)
On a *nix system you can use webmin with webminstats to achive that.
I would love to know how much space im using all together on the server.
I have setup my first VPS and installed a WHM/cPanel as my control panel. If you folks would like a cheap WHM/cPanel license let me know and I will provide with the link.
It's really awesome after setting up my VPS using WHM/cPanel.
We're working on stats integration into the front-end, right now its taking a backseat currently to some heavy lifting that we are doing on the backend and physical infrastructure but that should be finished by early January.
Then we'll back on track with front-end updates and this will move up the queue quickly.
or using *nix command like that : df, df -h, df -i, free -m, ps aux
This is on the horizon and we'll be starting work on it soon.
This will be an extremely useful feature, most VPS companies have that already but I would rather use this company and not have the resource monitor. Since they are working on it this is a bonus!
Just an FYI, linode uses munin to output graphs about that usage, which is pretty cool. I like graphs.
FWIW, we use New Relic's server monitoring to show all of those stats and it works great. It's free as well.
I am a big AWS user, and love digitalocean.com... but if DO is going to charge me for bandwidth usage, then they need a screen where I can see how much I've been using.
Until the bandwidth usage is displayed we wont be charging you =]
Win - Win
So you bill by the hour up to the month cap. How will bandwidth transfer limits work? If I use on a $5 server all 1TB in a week, and then create a snapshot of that server, destroy it, and launch a new droplet for the rest of the month and don't go over the 1TB, will I only be charged $5? How are you going to make this work and at the same time not get abused?
Much like everything else it's about iterating and refining. =]
Statistics and things like bandwith would be nice.
You can install munin package and watch all theese stats
Mail me, if you ned help
+1 it would save us from installing munin / zabbix.
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