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This is a very simple statistics script that provides for services on/offline, memory info, server load averages and uptime and lastly drive info.
Its easily customised and i have usef <font> alot where you could have set come css and have it all done easily and look a bit more tidy than mine.

<? 
// Set the services you want the script to check.
// You can add more by just adding a line "servers name"=>"host/IP:port number",
// You can use game servers or anything.
// e.g. "IRCdaemon"=>"localhost:6667",
$services = array( 
    "http"=>"localhost:80", 
    "ssh"=>"localhost:22", 
//    "telnet"=>"localhost:23", 
    "ftp"=>"localhost:21", 
//    "smtp"=>"localhost:25", 
    "pop3"=>"localhost:110", 
    "mysql"=>"localhost:3306"
    ); 

// Variables at the top of the page, date, uptime etc.
$date = date("l, M d, Y - h:i:s A"); 
$version = `uname -sr`; 
$name = `hostname`; 
$uptime = `uptime`; 
 
// df command function, formatted into a table
function output_df() 
{ 
    $disk = `df`; 
    $lines = split("\n", $disk); 
    echo "<table border=\"0\" align=\"center\" cellpadding=\"1\" cellspacing=\"1\">"; 
    for ($i = 0; $i < sizeof($lines) && strlen($lines[$i]) > 1; $i++) 
    { 
        $cols = preg_split("/[\s]+/", $lines[$i]); 
        if ($i == 0) 
            echo "<tr bgcolor=\"black\"><font color=orange>"; 
        else 
            echo "<tr>"; 
        for ($j = 0; $j < 6; $j++) 
        { 
            if ($j == 0 || $j == 5) 
                $align = "left"; 
            else if ($j == 1 || $j == 2 || $j == 3) 
                $align = "right"; 
            else if ($j == 4) 
                $align = "center"; 
                 
            echo "<td align=$align>&nbsp;<font face=\"Verdana\" size=\"1\" color=\"orange\">$cols[$j]</font>&nbsp;</td>"; 
        } 
        echo "</font></tr>"; 
    } 
    echo "</table>"; 
} 

// free comand function, formatted into a table
function output_free() 
{ 
    $free = `free`; 
    $lines = split("\n", $free); 
    echo "<table border=\"0\" align=\"center\" cellpadding=\"1\" cellspacing=\"1\">"; 
    for ($i = 0; $i < sizeof($lines) && strlen($lines[$i]) > 1; $i++) 
    { 
        if ($i == 2) $i++; 
        $cols = preg_split("/[\s]+/", $lines[$i]); 
        if ($i == 0) 
            echo "<tr bgcolor=\"black\">"; 
        else 
            echo "<tr>"; 
        foreach ($cols as $data) 
            echo "<td align=right>&nbsp;<font face=\"Verdana\" size=\"1\" color=\"orange\">$data</font>&nbsp;</td>"; 
        echo "</tr>"; 
    } 
    echo "</table>"; 
} 

// info grabbind done, onto the html
?> 
<table border="0" align="center" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0">
<tr><td>
<p><font face="Verdana" size="1"><b>System Status:</b> <? echo $name ?><br><b>Time:</b> <? echo $date ?></font></p> 
<font face="Verdana" size="1"> 
<? echo $version ?><br> 
<? echo $uptime ?> 
<p><table>
<b>Services:</b><br>
<tr bgcolor="black"><td><font face="Verdana" size="1" color="orange">Status</font></td><td><font face="Verdana" size="1" color="orange">Service</font></td><td><font face="Verdana" size="1" color="orange">Host</font></td></tr> 
<? 
foreach ($services as $name=>$location) 
{ 
    list($host, $port) = split(":",$location); 
    $running = fsockopen($host, $port, $errno, $errstr, 30); 
    if (!$running) 
        $status_color = "red"; 
    else 
    { 
        fclose($running); 
        $status_color = "green"; 
    } 
    echo "<tr><td align=center><div align=\"center\" style=\"font-size: 13pt; color: $status_color\" width=\"15\" height=\"15\"><b>?</b></div></td><td><font face=\"Verdana\" size=\"1\">$name</font></td><td><font face=\"Verdana\" size=\"1\">$host</font></td></tr>"; 
} 
?> 
</table></p>
<b>Memory:</b><br>
<? output_free(); ?><br>
<b>Drive Info:</b><br>
<? output_df(); ?> 
</font>
</td></tr></table>
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Holy cow it's been 7 years ? This forum/site has changed a lot since then :o

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