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ServerMonitor | Console mode | Multiple Command Stations
The Rocrail Server Monitor provides basic information and control over the Server with a WEB Browser. It runs in a light-weight HTTP server built in to Rocrail that you can browse from any computer that can reach the Server via TCP/IP.
By default the Server Monitor is available on port 8008. This service is not available over an Internet connection unless the port has been opened in all firewalls between the Server and the Internet. You will need to configure your firewalls and network to make the Server Monitor available to any computer besides the Rocrail Server.
Common trace levels can be activated and deactivated.
After selecting this command, question will be asked if also the system should be shutdown (Linux only).
Update the underlying Operating System (Linux only).
Restart the server in an optional Workspace folder (Linux only).
If none is selected it will restart in ~/Rocrail, otherwise in ~/Rocrail/<workspacefolder>.
The selection is a combobox so a none existing folder, relative to ~/Rocrail, can be specified and will be created.
Update the Rocrail installation according to the selected Linux distribution and architecture.
Show all trace files.
Option to delete all the unused trace files.
Show all issue files.
Option to delete all the issue files.
Last 10 exceptions and warnings.
To test the Server Monitor, run a browser on the same computer running the Sever and go to this URL:
If you have changed the port, you should change the number after the semi-colon (:) to match.
To view the Server Monitor from another computer on the same LAN or segment, replace "localhost" with the IP Address of the Server's computer. For example, if the Server is running on a computer with the IP Address of 192.168.0.1, and you want to view the Server Moniter from another computer in the 192.168.0.x segment, go to this URL:
This should work for all computers inside the same LAN, as long as the Server computer firewall allows traffic on the correct port.